Reel Keeper may prove to be a real keeper!
A five-reel, 10 payline slot from software provider, Red Tiger, Reel Keeper may prove, in time, to be just that as you get to grips with the various mechanics and highly exciting elements of this new slot.
Created on a highly absorbing backdrop with an alluring colour scheme of gold, red and black, this classically developed game will certainly appeal to more ‘old school’ slot enthusiasts.
Meanwhile, arguably the standout advantage, is the minimum stake per spin, which is as low as 0.10, peaking at 100.00, which means that there is plenty of versatility, when taking into account player preferences.
Getting down to Business
Featuring an RTP (Return-to-Player) rating of a modest 95.71 per cent default setting, there is also a particularly high volatility level associated with the slot, which appears to be quite standard with new slot releases recently.
In order to generate a win, you are required to match symbols on at least one of the 10 paylines that are fixed, with low-paying symbols that include a ‘10’ or an ‘A’.
More enticingly are the high-paying symbols and the attraction here is that you only need to land two of a kind, with these including a chalice, dragon tooth, a dragon or a crown, with these being the most valuable in the game.
However, winning combinations that include five of the same, generate a handsome return of between 16.5 and 60 times your initial stake, which means this can be potentially very lucrative indeed - especially for the dragon symbol!
The flying dragon is one to look out for, as this is classed a wild and can significantly enhance your winning potential, which can return 1,000 times the initial stake for getting five of these.
To keep or not to keep?!
This is certainly one of the better slots that have been released recently and there is definitely a lot to like about it. Visually very nice on the eye, the low minimum stake is an attraction for players, while there is the opportunity to win big if you get lucky.
If you are new to playing slots, you may want to experiment on the ‘demo’ mode first until you get used to it, due to the very high slot volatility.
Written for onlinecasino-southafrica.co.za by Adiela de Bruyn - on 08-06-2023