Midnight Rush Slot review
Midnight Rush is a game for the scary genre, using creatures of the night and mummies that come back to life in a cemetery for its main characters.
Stake Logic, a Novomatic company, has released in Midnight Rush a slot with a scary theme, heavy on the headstones, but using several interesting symbols as well for its reels. As a scary game, it’s going to place the action in a cemetery, where many of the headstones with poker letters or numbers will be used as low symbols. Other symbols that will be used in the game come in the form of WILD logos that are made out of human bones, Click Me symbols, werewolves, vampires, skeleton warriors and mummies. The graphics are enjoyable, though mostly you will be seeing those headstones land on the reels.
What you have here is a game with 10 win lines, 5 reels and 3 rows. Moving on to major features, that’s where we can list things like the bonus game, the expanding wilds or the random multipliers. Stake Logic announced an RTP of 96.63% for the game, with top payouts of $24,000 being possible.
Since you don’t have a lot of lines, you don’t need to spend too many coins for them either. You can start from a minimum of 10 coins of $0.01, and then go as high as 100 coins of $0.50. The bet’s range is $0.10 to $50.
One of the most exciting features available in Midnight Rush is going to be the random multiplier. It’s listed in the top left corner, and it will randomly select a number for you, at the start of each spin. The multiplier for each spin will range from 1x to 6x, so the regular wins of 8,000 coins can be turned into 48,000 coins if you’re lucky. The multiplier is used for the bonus game that triggers that round as well.
The Wild will be used on the first three reels of the game and will be replacements for most symbols, being capable of covering the entire reel.
3+ scattered Click Me icons will be triggers for a bonus game. You just click on those scatters and you will find prizes hiding underneath. The Collect message ends the feature.
Midnight Rush doesn’t have that special of a theme, nothing unusual there, but I enjoyed its features very much, particularly the multiplier that is available each round.
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Midnight Rush gameplay video