Rainbow Riches’ Pick ‘n’ Mix slot was only released in March last year, so it is still a relatively new game, and a welcome addition to the Rainbow Riches genre of slots. This particular video slot contains a non-progressive jackpot, which can be worth as much as £500, and will cost you no less than 25p per spin. The 5-reel, 25-line video slot can actually cost you as much as £50 a spin if you wish to push the boat out, although that is still relatively cheap for a slot of this stature, and one with a RTP rate of 92%.
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Rainbow Riches Pick ‘n’ Mix offers players a number of features in this game, and many of these have appeared in other Rainbow Riches slots over the years. There is the usual Leprechaun’s Road to Riches bonus, as well as a free spins bonus round.
The Road to Riches feature is triggered by landing 3 leprechauns on the reels, whilst if you wish to trigger the free spins bonus, you will need to land 3 or more free spin symbols on the reels. You can land 10, 20, or 30 free games for 3, 4, or 5 such symbols on the reels.
Another major feature in this game is the Magic Toadstool bonus. If you land 3 toadstools on the reels you will trigger it. In the bonus, players must select mushrooms to win cash prizes. A super, extended version of this feature is also available, and can end with players winning double cash prizes.
The final bonus round in the Rainbow Riches Pick ‘n’ Mix slot is the Super Road to Riches bonus. This is similar to the original, although the cash prizes have been significantly boosted, meaning that you now have more than ever before to win. If you land 5 leprechauns, you can win the jackpot in this game.
Rainbow Riches Pick ‘n’ Mix does a good job of continuing the series, but it doesn’t really bring anything new to the Rainbow Riches franchise; at least, nothing terribly exciting. Still, big fans of these games will want to keep on playing them, though.