Launched early in 2020 by up-and-coming Malta-based developer Swintt, Seven Seven Slot has just five fixed Paylines. It plays on a regular grid across five reels and three rows.
Based on the classic fruit machine, it’s brightly coloured, almost stark in its simplicity, with a deep maroon background, while the symbols themselves are set against a dark navy.
The colour scheme has a lot of orange and purple, as well as various primary shades.
How to play
Enjoy this game on the screen and device of your choice, mobile or otherwise.
Symbols incorporate the traditional fruit icons, including grapes, melons, lemons, plums and cherries. The grapes are the most lucrative of the fruit symbols, the cherries the least rewarding.
Winning combos pay out from left to right, with only the highest combination per Payline shelling out. All payouts are multiplied by overall wager.
The highest-paying icon is the orange lucky 7, at 100,000x wager for five on the same line. Otherwise all the typical game functions are present and correct.
Hit Play to kick off at your current bet level, Quickstop to put an immediate halt to the reels turning.
Meanwhile, Autoplay gives you the option to kick back and watch the reels turn automatically for a preset number of up to 500 spins.
A coin is worth 0.01 here, while 1 is both the maximum and minimum bet.
Seven Seven Slot Special Features
There are Scatter symbols in Seven Seven Slot, but no Wilds. The Scatter, a flame-like symbol, works independently from Paylines, and wins involving these symbols are added to Payline wins.
Only the highest Scatter win paying out. (It pays at 5,000x for five on a line.)
Seven Seven Slot is very much a stripped-down slot, with no Wilds, free spins, multipliers or other bonus
So it’s definitely one for those who want to focus on the simple pleasures of just turning those reels.
Seven Seven Slot does not feature a progressive jackpot. However, maximum win is a potential hefty 100,000x stake.
Return to Player
The RTP or Return to Player in this game is a theoretical 94.4%, which is noticeably below the industry standard. It’s a high-variance offering, with the lower RTP being fairly typical of this sort of
This game will be a with you if you have a nostalgic hankering after old-school gaming recalling the traditional land-based machines.
It’s a great offering from an operator which has been make serious industry inroads in recent years; having only been launched in 2019, it’s certainly made an impact since then.
Because it’s so simple, it’s an easy one to get your head around, and you can start playing and get stuck in pretty much immediately. So it’s a good one for novice players.
However, it may not be the ideal choice for you if what you’re really after is stunning graphics along with multiple, complex bonus features. Bear in mind that high variance, too.
Try it out in free demo mode before parting with any of your hard-earned cash – and remember to let us know how you get on.