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Roll Up Roll Up Online Slot Machine Review
The Roll Up Roll Up brings you all the fun of the circus to your favourite online casino. This is a slot which features all of the symbols you would expect to see at the Big Top, with tightrope-walking elephants, trapeze artists, fire eaters and ringleaders placing their heads into a lion’s mouth and a monkey wearing a fez. Of course, you’ve also got your ice cream, toffee apples and popcorn which you’ll munch your way through as you enjoy each subsequent act.
This is a slot based around a very traditional, classic circus, framed against the backdrop of the Big Top itself, the colouring slightly dark which gives the slot something of a mystical air. All of the symbols are nicely drawn and relevant to the theme, many of which feature animation when forming a part of a win line. For example, the lion with the ringmaster’s head in his mouth decides it’s a good time to close his mouth and the trapeze artist will work her magic. The slot is accompanied by a very apt uplifting theme tune which plays throughout.
This slot has two main features – the free spins and the bonus round which are both activated by their relevant scatter symbols.
Set up and Play for Roll Up Roll Up Slot
This slot by Saucify is something of a standard 5 reel game, although with just nine win lines, it’s a little unusual in the current slot climate. In fact you can play less than the nine win lines (playing just one being an option for example). You’ll select both the coin amount and the coin value, and this will give you your total stake for each spin. Read this article on strategy to find out more.
To achieve a win at this slot you’ll need to land consecutive symbols from left to right on a win line. All of the performer symbols will pay out when landing just two in a row, whilst all of the other symbols need you to see three in a row – all of this makes for a slot where you’ll win smaller amounts on a more regular basis.
The fire eater is the top paying symbol in the game, giving you a whopping 15,000x your coin amount when landing 5 in a row. The lion (who is now no longer hungry) pays 2,500x and the tightrope-walking elephant pays 1,000x. The rest of the symbols pay out between 800x and 50x for landing 5 in a row.
The wild symbol is the female ringmaster (the male ringmaster had to be replaced after an unfortunate incident involving a mammal with a mane) and will substitute for any other symbol apart from the two scatters.
The best option at the slot is the auto play feature. Either click the pre-set buttons to set it running for 10, 25, 50 or 100 spins, or set it manually by clicking the plus or minus arrows.
This slot has two features. The first is the free spins game which is activated when landing the trapeze artist symbol three or more times across the reels. The bonus feature is the ‘Balloon Pop’ game which is activated when landing the clown which is being fired from the cannon the same three times.
Roll Up Roll Up Feature Rounds
The free spins round sees you gain a large amount of spins with a minimum of 15. Landing the scatter symbol 4 or 5 times will actually gain you 30 or 40 free spins. During this round, it is possible to land the feature again, which makes it potentially endless. There is no multiplier in place during this round, but with so many spins this is no real surprise.
The Balloon Pop feature sees you taken to a screen showing a clown floating in the air, being kept aloft by a bunch of balloons. You’ll control a giant hand holding a pin and pop one of the balloons, where you’ll gain an instant win.
Roll Up Roll Up - Conclusion
This is a slot which has a lot going for it. It looks good, has something of a sense of humour and the free spins and the bonus feature make for a game with variety. All of this is never a bad combination and having played it once it’s certainly a slot you might return to – especially if you enjoy a slot where the wins come very frequently. This is a job well done by Saucify – if only the (late) ringmaster had done his job this well.