|Min Bet Per Line
|0.01 - 75.00
What were you expecting when you saw the title of Plunk Oh? It’s not all that clear is it? Don’t worry though, it becomes obvious as soon as you open this Rival Gaming slot, Plunk Oh is a game show. Upon its reels you’ll see some of the items that you may be able to win as a participant in the game show, so Rival certainly brings the theme to life well.
There are three reels available for you to spin, accompanied by three rows as well. Rival Gaming has also included five pay lines but you have the opportunity to reduce the active number of these by using the “Select Lines” button. You can also customise your bet by selecting a coin value between 1p and £5, then playing up to 3 coins per payline. This means that the slot comes with a maximum bet possibility of £75 per spin.
Rival has also included some flashy graphics into Plunk Oh, which does a lot towards bringing the theme to life. While there are plenty of flashing lights surrounding the reels, the symbols upon them portray game show prizes like a gold watch, a flashy red sports car, stacks of cash, and tickets for a tropical holiday that can multiply your stake by up to 15x over. There’s also a luxury yacht, a bejewelled ring, and the highest paying standard symbol is a green motorbike – this one has the ability to multiply your bet by up to 45x over.
Plunk Oh also comes with its own wild symbol, which is nice to find within a three-reel slot. Rival has introduced this to the game in the form of its own logo, therefore, whenever this one shows up on the reels it will substitute for all the others to help you with forming a winning combination.
Not only that, but it attaches a 3x multiplier to the pay-out that you receive if it does manage to contribute to a win. Therefore, it can be quite the ideal symbol to have involved in a winning combination.
Plunk Oh is one of those standard three-reel slot games that gets quite the boost from the theme and the fact that it utilises a wild symbol as a special feature. Rival Gaming should definitely be proud of this one, as it takes a theme which is usually found in five-reel games and brings it to life in three-reel format nicely.