Game of the Week – Absolute Super Reels
Absolute Super Reels caught my attention due to the cheesy name. However, this game is anything but cheesy. This new game from iSoftBet is a unique take on classic 3-Reel online pokies.
With multiple bonus features and a progressive jackpot, it is a game all pokies lovers should check out. Learn more about this game and the awesome features you can trigger during play.
Absolute Super Reels Offers Huge Payouts
Absolute Super Reels is technically a 3-Reel, 5-payline online pokie. However, it is unlike any 3-Reel game you’ve played. While the base game is 3-Reel, the game actually has two additional reels that can pay off huge bonuses and free spins.
We will start by talking about the base 3-Reel game. The first three reels pay like any classic 3-Reel pokie game. You have a myriad of classic symbol combinations that include Bars and various versions of Triple 7s. This game plays and pays out in credits. You must play 75 credits per spin. If you play .01 per credit, you will pay .75 per spin.
Bars are your lower paying symbols, ranging from 30 to 100 credits. There are also nine different combinations for Triple 7s, paying from 150 to 2,500 credits. The top paying symbol is the Absolute Super Reels symbol. That pays 4,000 credits on three.
As mentioned, this game has two additional reels that can help you get that ever-elusive big win.
The fourth reel gives you a chance to add to your win via additive symbols. (Yes, that is what they are called.) If you catch an additive symbol on a winning payline, that number of credits is added to your win. The amounts are 50, 150, 750, and 1,000 credits.
These symbols come up fairly regularly and we hit all denomination at one point or another. Of course, there’s nothing betting than hitting one of these additives with a multiplier.
The fifth reel of this game gives you one of two symbols. The first is a multiplier. Multipliers of 2, 5, or 10x are possible on Reel 5 and can boost any winning combination.
Our best hit for this was when we caught a 1,000 credit additive and hit the 2x multiplier, giving us an extra 2,000 credits.
The other symbol you can hit on Reel 5 is the Respin symbol. When you hit a winning combination with a Respin symbol, you will trigger between 3 and 7 free spins. These spins begin automatically after triggering.
There are no additional features to these respins, but they are retriggerable. One thing I like about the Respin is that it hits regularly. I was also able to retrigger it multiple times. Granted, with the lack of extra features during the respins, there is a chance you can trigger them and not win a single credit. Don’t worry though as you will probably trigger another Respin in a few spins.
Super Jackpot Progressive
This game comes with a progressive jackpot that can be triggered when catching three Absolute Super Reels symbols, the +1,000 additive, and the 10x multiplier on the same line. It appears this jackpot starts at $500 and grows based on the gameplay at the individual casino.
This will be insanely tough to hit and we didn’t get anywhere close to triggering it. That’s OK because there are still plenty of features to help you win big.
Absolute Super Reels a Fun Game With Huge Win Potential
This has been one of my favorite games to play in recent memory. While I normally love a good 3-Reel game, the bonus features add a little something extra that will keep you coming back. Also, I particularly enjoyed the soundtrack of the game. When you trigger a Respin, it plays an upbeat track that gets you pumped up.
What’s most surprising about this game to me is that the RTP is only 95.55%. From my experience, this game plays like a much looser game, primarily due to the bonus features.
If you’re looking for a fun new pokie or love classic 3-Reel pokies, then Absolute Super Reels is a must-play. It is available at Johnny Kash, Joka Room, and all Australian online casinos offering iSoftBet pokies.
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