Tycoon Towers Slot Review

Aug 31, 2015 | Rival

Tycoon Towers is a fun 5 reel video slots game powered by Rival software. This game has 50 paylines, an impressive amount of pay-lines to find offered in a slots game. This is a new slot game that has already started to get a good amount of attention from players due to all that it has to offer. It was launched in July 2015.

Tycoon Towers has a theme that revolves around a cartoon styled tycoon and his penthouse. The Tycoon Towers game features spunky symbols and colours that help to set it apart from other games and make it feel as if you are part of a cartoon show.

The symbols in the Tycoon Towers slots game are made up of the tycoon, the bellboy, the maid, the elevator, the luggage, a credit card, a do not disturb sign and high ranking card symbols that have bubbly and colorful looks to them.

When you click the spin button, the reels will quickly take off and you’ll barely see the symbols flashing through the reels until they come to a stop. Another nice touch about this game is you will see gold everywhere and this gives you the true sense that you are playing the right game. You will appreciate this more since you will want to win as much money as you can when you play!

When playing Tycoon Towers slot game you’ll want to see more wins with the manager, the maid, and the bellboy since these offer you the bigger prizes. However, the true excitement in this game is the sticky wild feature it offers. When the Tycoon comes on the reels, the symbol will replace all the others to make more wins for you.

When one or more of the tycoons come on a winning payline, the game will light up and the wild will stay in its current location for another spin. This spin will be free and another chance for you to win. The games coin values go from .01 to .25, making it good for a variety of budgets. You can also choose to deselect activated paylines when 50 are activated and put as many as 10 coins on active ones. This is a fun game with an entertaining look.

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