Mustang Money Review
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Mustang Money is inspired by the Wild West and what we could’ve seen once upon a time. Ainsworth Gaming Technology is known for their diverse collection of themed slots, but at the same time they’re known for poor audio quality and way too simple slot features. It’s a great addition to every casino library to say the least. However, don’t expect too much from this particular game as it’s highly volatile. Besides the symbols that feature exceptional video quality we cannot point out any other feature that will get the attention of a player for a longer period of time.
|Mustang Money Details|
|User Rating: -||Total Votes: 0|
|House Edge: 5.62%||Return to player: 94.38%|
|Autospin: Yes||Softwares: no download - instant play, mobile|
|Released: NA||Min Bet: 0.01|
|Max Bet: 75||Scatters: Yes|
|Gamble: No||Max Coins: 1|
|Reels: 5||Paylines: 100|
|Free Spins: Yes||Bonus Rounds: No|
|Wild: Yes||Software: Quickfire|
This is a 5 reel video slot with 3 rows of symbols. The 5x3 grid comprises of 100 pay lines. Players can increase or decrease the number of lines that are in play. There can be only one coin per an active line. Speaking of the coin, it can have a value in the range of 0.01 and 0.75. If we do the math the minimum entry bet is as little as 0.01. However, at this bet level, it’s highly unlikely that you will see any wins. The more lines are in play, the higher the hit rate will be. The highest bet you can place per single spin is 75.
Mustang Money slot is decent in the graphics department, to say the least. However, we know that it takes more than good looking symbols to keep the player coming back for more. There are virtually no special audio effects whatsoever. Despite the 8-bit like sounds you get to hear once you trigger free spins, there’s no sound that will mesmerize you.
The Wild symbol is called Horn. You’ll notice it represented by what looks like a golden bull. It doesn’t pay as a standalone symbol, it pays only when it substitutes another symbol to form a winning line. Mustang Money, or in other words the logo is the scatter symbol. If you hit 3 or more of these you’ll be granted 10 free spins. The bonus game triggers rarely, but once it does you can expect a bigger than average prize. Other symbols follow the Wild West theme as well portraying the beauties of the harsh desert habitat.
During free spins a different pay table is in play with smaller payouts. Regardless, it’s free spins we’re talking about. Furthermore, during free games another symbol can show up on the reels called Coin. This Coin takes the role of the Wild symbol. Bear in mind, the standard wild can appear on the reels as well, giving you higher odds of winning.
There aren’t any major changes in terms of background and the video design in the bonus game. Despite a small bar appearing in the corner showing how many free spins you have left nothing else changes.
Ainsworth Gaming Technology doesn’t take chances with the game design and they hardly ever integrate a new feature. Despite changes in the symbol design there aren’t any features that make Mustang Money stand out from the rest of Ainsworth’s portfolio. The game is hard to find and this is one of the things that makes it valuable.