|Min Bet Per Line||0.01|
|Bet Range||0.50 - 50.00|
|Game Features||Wild Symbol, Sticky Wilds|
This gold plated hotel is reminiscent of the tacky but nevertheless astonishingly expensive Trump Towers, but Tycoon Towers by Rival Gaming is a destination all of its own. So, step inside, take the elevator up and prepare to be dazzled.
The Tycoon Towers game is a five-reel, three-row slot, which also has a total of 50 pay lines in operation. You can change the active number of these though, and you can also alter your bet amount. First, choose a coin value between 1p and 10p and then bringing up to 10 of those coins into play. This results in a maximum wager possibility of £50 per spin.
Rival has ensured that Tycoon Towers is imbued with some decent graphics too, nothing mind blowing, but they do the job. The reels are surrounded by golden columns, while the symbols begin with playing card additions from 9 to A. There’s also the inclusion of a “Do Not Disturb” sign, a traveler’s suitcase, a credit card, and various members of staff from Tycoon Towers. It is the symbol of the tower manager that acts as its highest paying standard symbol, able to reward you with up to 600x your wager.
There wouldn’t be a Tycoon Towers if the tycoon himself hadn’t had them constructed. Mr. Tycoon will make appearances on the reels of this slot as its wild symbol, meaning that he has the ability to count as any of the other standard symbols. Therefore, when it comes to forming winning combinations the wild tycoon can be exceptionally helpful. Yet, there’s another perk to this symbol.
Its secondary function is to act as a sticky wild, meaning that it will adhere to all locations that it appears and then trigger a re-spin straight after. If additional wilds show up on that re-spin this process takes place again, with all instances of the wild sticking in place and a re-spin going ahead. This is something that continues until no further sticky wilds come into view.
Tycoon Towers definitely has a lot more style than it does substance, as the visual side of the slot is more impressive than the gameplay – and the visuals are only average. That’s not to say that it’s a bad slot, but we would have expected a bit more than the sticky wild re-spin feature to jazz it up a little, especially given the theme. But like Donald Trump, there isn’t much going on behind the facade. Despite this, Tycoon Towers provides some light entertainment in between ore serious slotting sessions.