Reel Rush

Reel Rush

NetEnt is known for its high quality slots and one that instantly stands out is Reel Rush. This is a brightly coloured slot that has 5 reels and gives you 3125 different ways of putting together winning combinations. Backing the bright interface is a cool soundtrack. The game looks like a tribute to Mario World from Nintendo and has a coin value ranging from 0.01 to 0.20. The bet range varies between a minimum of 50p to a maximum of £100 per spin. The maximum you can win while playing this game is 480,000 coins.

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Reel Rush Review

  • Software Provider: Net Entertainment
  • Game Type: Video Slot
  • Paylines / Ways to Win: 3125
  • Bonus Round: No
  • Free Spins: Yes
  • Gamble Feature: No

Reel Rush has a cool visual appeal that you do not see in too many slots. Even with very basic symbols it is one slot that you will want to come back to. The smooth background resembles a cityscape and the reels are set against them with symbols that include a range of fruit and candy-like elements in different colours and shapes: orange, yellow, red and blue rectangular shapes for the fruits and the same colours but spherical shapes for the candies. There is a brown wild symbol that appears on reels 2, 3, 4 and 5 in both the base game and free spins round and substitutes all symbols.

The symbols are arranged in a cross-shaped pattern across the reels; all the other positions are marked with an 'R'. During the base game whenever you put together a winning combination you get a re-spin, 2 of the 'R' symbols are removed and this continues with each consecutive re-spin. Also at the top of the reels is a row of 6 stars; these fill up with each consecutive re-spin win. When they are all filled up the free spins bonus is triggered to give you 8 free spins that give you 3125 different ways to win.

Review Details

  • Review of: Net EntertainmentReel Rush
  • Rating: 4.1/5
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  • Review Date: May 22, 2017
  • Last Updated: April 24, 2020