Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Megaways
Who Wants To Be a Millionaire reproduces as the set of mythical program presented by Carlos Sobera "Who wants to be a millionaire?", While it is true that as we will see, apart from the aesthetics, it does not have much more to do with the contest of TV.
The slot of who wants to be a millionaire has 6 rollers with 7-8-8-8-8-7 heights, and 117,649 possible combinations thanks to the megaway engine patented by BTG. For those who know the Slots Bonanza and Extra Chilly, WHO WANTS TO BE MILLIONAIRE will result from the most familiar, because in addition to the structure, the game bases many of its special characteristics in these two other previous slots.
How is the Slots played WHO WANTS TO BE MILLONAIRE?
Although the extra functions of this slot can be a bit stacked, in the base game everything is centered on each turn that happens on the top 6 × 7 board is complemented by the symbols that appear in the extra lower boxes, under the central reels (2, 3, 4 and 5).
With each winning combination in the base game, a cascade in Re-Spin occurs: the award-winning symbols disappear to make way for them that are above, forming new winning combinations within the same run. On the bottom line, the replacements range from the right.
The symbols that are most paid are the precious gems, by combinations between 2 and 6 for the purple diamond, and between 3 and 6 for the other three. The highest payment they offer are 50 times your bet by run. The highest prize you can get are 500,000 credits.
The list of symbols is completed with another half a dozen minor symbols, between X1,75 and X0.1 your bet. So answering the question we all make after seeing the title of this slot: No, you can definitely not make a millionaire with a single run. The high variance of the game and its maximum RTP of 96.27% do not help in this regard.
Free spins and contest to add turns
To start up the Slot bonuses who wants to be a millionaire, you need to take 3 scatters or more than start the initial 8 free spins. For each extra scatter as it takes, sums another 4 additional turns. If, for example, you get 4 scatters, the round will start with 8 + 4 = 12 turns.
When a round of bonuses begins the machine shows you four options (A, B, C and D), as in the television contest format. You must choose between selecting one of them at random, or planted. If you play, you can upload 12 traces up to a maximum of 50 turns.
When you plant, you start the round with the number of turns that you have accumulated at that time. And if you're wrong, you lose free runs and go back to the base game. The sections 2 and 7 are safe, which means that if you lose, it is as if you had planted you.
The graphics relating to the wildcards that appeared in the program are only decorative: it is important that you have this into account. That 98% of the public says that it is the B does not guarantee anything. It is only one wink to the original format.
Other versions of the game
You can find the slot of who wants to be a millionaire in 6-roller format but with heights 4-5-5-5-5-4, depending on the game operator. The BTG version to which we have dedicated this article is 2018, but you may find yourself with a slot with the same name and logo of the program, launched by Ash Gaming in 2014.
BTG's Slot Who Wants To Be Millioneire has a lot in common with other games from the same brand, which also work with Motor Megaways, such as Bonanza and Extra Chilli. With the latter, it even shares a free spin raffle feature, which is done with a rather simpler roulette to understand.