Batman and the Penguin Prize
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What’s scary about a penguin? Well if it’s the crazed Super Villain from the 1960s Batman series, then there are plenty of reasons to be very worried indeed. No need for you to get scared though because this slot from Ash Gaming is great fun to play and can provide you with plenty of excellent wins
That’s not surprising as there are 4,096 winning combinations in this action-packed slot. Your only problem will be working out how to spend all the money that you will be winning when playing ‘Batman and the Penguin Prize.’
With six reels for a change and 64 pay-lines, you’ll love playing this slot, especially if you are lucky enough to get your hands on one or more of the progressive jackpots that this game must offer its players.
I think it’s a bit disappointing that in all the recent Batman movies, we’ve only ever seen The Penguin once. We still have all those 1960s encounters between Batman and The Penguin to enjoy with the excellent Burgess Meredith. With there being several games in this DC Comic Series, it’s important that they aren’t all just replicas of each other with just a different Super Villain.
That’s definitely not the case and this game has a slightly different look about it as it has a total of six reels and 64 ways to win. There’s no normal pay-lines as in other games, instead it’s a question of matching consecutive symbols. Playing the game costs between €0.25 and €125 per spin. A decent range, just find a level you can play at that won’t cause you any problems.
There aren’t always six reels in play in this game. Initially there are three reels with a mixture of symbols and one massive Penguin symbol for the fourth reel. After every winning combination, another one could well be on its way thanks to the Penguin Respin.
This gives you the extra set of reels with stacked symbols. If you then get a win the second Respin feature comes into play and suddenly there are 4,096 different ways to win and 2×2 Super Symbols. A win in this feature triggers the Penguin Respin 3 where there are 3×3 Super Symbols. All rather generous for a Super Villain don’t you think?
The symbols in this game will delight any fan of the Batman TV series. Of course, we get Batman, Robin, and The Penguin but also Chief O’Hara looking as clueless as ever. Other symbols are the Penguin’s top hat, the Shakespeare statue from Wayne Manor that helps Batman and Robin go to the Bat Cave and a Batarang. It’s the Batman logo that is the wild symbol in this slot. It has the ability to substitute for other symbols to help form winning opportunities.
As with the other games in the DC Super Heroes Jackpot network, there are four progressive jackpots to be won. They can be triggered on any spin and when entering the Jackpot game, you are guaranteed to win one. It could be either the Mini, Minor, Major, and Grand jackpots. The more you stake, the higher the chance of triggering this but keep an eye on your playing budget.
There’s a great deal happening in this game, almost as action-packed as an episode of the TV series. Make sure you access the paytable to learn just how all the different features work. That will also have details of how much the winning combinations will pay out. For example, six of the Batman symbols pay you 100x your line bet and three Penguins has a 70x multiplier.
This is one of several Batman games released by Ash Gaming. They tend to have different looks but all offer that progressive jackpot and clips from the TV show, so have a bash at ‘Batman and the Riddler Riches’. If you want a break from Batman but still fancy a game based on a superhero, try the ‘Robocop’ slot from Fremantle Leisure.
Another great game to play in the highly impressive Batman series of games. It’s excellent how the games are all a bit different and this one is so different from the others. The reels format takes a bit of getting used to but there are some good wins to be had from this game so give it a go.