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If you like your wickedness, and your like your circuses, then you’re going to love this game! Well, maybe, but maybe not too because there’s very little circus action and there’s very little wickedness.
In fact, the only wickedness I detect on this game is that if you’re playing with the autoplay you need to be very, very careful as this game is crafty and can have you losing every spin you make. Why? It’s because you only claim your winnings when you click collect or your win amount hits a certain figure. While that’s going on, your autoplay keeps on ticking, and you can miss your chance to collect. Very sneaky.
And the circus? Well, there are jokers and tarpaulin around the place, but I wouldn’t really say a joker has that much to do with a circus either. A clown maybe, but not a joker.
Even the symbols are a bit random and non-circus-y; we’ve got a star, a 7, a bell, some grapes, a lemon, and a cherry. Odd.
The best symbol to hit is the star which pays out 300/1 should you hit a five in a row.
There is no bonus round on Wicked Circus, instead upon every win “Jokerizer Mode” activates which pools your winnings into a “Jokeriser Balance” which you can collect or spend, however while you’re in Jokeriser Mode, your chances to win are increased. If you win over 500 coins in one go, you’ll return back to the normal game mode.
You can’t bet on different lines, but you can bet between 10p and £20 per spin. The house edge is a decent 3.5%.
There is an autoplay feature which comes with a number of autostop options.
Not sold. Not sold on this one, I’m afraid. Sorry, but that’s just me. Obviously slot games are risky in general, but usually, the reward is high, yet with this, this seems like very high risk, and very low reward. And I don’t like it.
Visually, yeah, it’s good, and the house edge on the face of it is decent too, but you have to be very careful playing this game, and for the love of God don’t use that autospin, you’re really out of control if you use it.
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Author: Tom M.
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