Get ready to collect a big check from the boss on the slot from Storm Gaming Technology. Payday Megaways builds on the popular game engine to deliver a volatile rollercoaster across six dynamic reels with cascading symbols, reactive wins, wild substitutions, mystery symbols, a pick-me bonus game, a free spins feature with unlimited multipliers and unlimited win potential (a limit may be imposed by some operators).
|Deposit Bonus||100% up to £50 + 25 Bonus Spins|
|Extras||25 Bonus Spins|
|No Deposit Offer|
|Bonus available||Valid until further notice|
|Time to meet requirements||30 days|
|Max bet size||£5 or max 10% of bonus, £1 for e-wallets; min. bet £0.10|
|Deposit bonus||No limits|
|No deposit max cashout||100|
|Deposit Bonus||60 X Bonus|
|Free spins||60 X Bonus|
Payday Megaways is a cascading video slot with six reels, 2 to 7 rows and up to 117,649 ways to win using the trademarked Megaways engine under a licence from Big Time Gaming. Wins are awarded for two to six matching symbols landing on adjacent reels from left to right only. Available on desktop, tablet or mobile, you can bet from 0.20 to 20 credits per spin (up to 100 possible based on operator). The game has very high volatility with an RTP of 96.03%.
At the start of every spin, the game engine will randomly select a number of ways from 324 to the maximum. It will drop then between 2 and 7 symbols onto reels one and six as well as 2 to 6 symbols onto reels two to five. Additionally, there is a horizontal scroll at the top of the grid with four positions, extending from reel two to five, where more symbols appear on every spin.
Hit two to six matching symbols on adjacent reels from left to right and you have a winner. The symbols from a combo will start a chain reaction and disappear to make room for new ones to tumble into place. The process is repeated as long as more wins occur after a reaction. Once it comes to an end, the accumulated wins are paid and the game starts a new spin sequence.
Loading the game will take you into a typical office of a finance company on Wall Street with charts on the wall and scattered banknote bundles. The boss sits on the table, smoking a big cigar and banging his fist when things don’t go his way. Being the money shark that he is, he does it mostly on winning spins as that is when he has to cough up the cash. A lively jazz soundtrack is mixed with reel noises, cash register rattling and office chatter.
The pay symbols start at the low end with card royals from 10 through to A, awarding 0.8x to 1.75x your bet for a single six of a kind. They are followed by a cigar box, a trend chart, a bundle of cash, #1 rosette and the boss himself. Hit six across the reels to win 2x to 40x your stake. A golden ring marked with the word itself is the wild, appearing in the horizontal scroll only and substituting for all regular pay symbols. Cash envelopes are bonus symbols for the pick-me round while Payday scatters will trigger the free spins feature. Lastly, a safe with a question mark acts as the mystery symbol.
Payday Megaways Slot Features.
The slot is the next addition to the Megaways collection from UK-based Storm Gaming who previously graced us with the likes of Monsters of Rock Megaways and Magic Merlin Megaways. On this occasion, they took some of the most popular features and modifiers usually appearing on Megaways slots and bundled them into a highly playable slot with a comical touch as we see the boss turning angry when he has to pay out the hard cash.
The Mystery Symbol feature makes a return, and that in the base game and free spins, potentially helping you to form winning combinations. The money safe symbols can land at any time in a game round and will transform into a common pay symbol except wilds, scatters or other bonus symbols.
The next modifier is the Promotion feature which some may remember under the name of High Voltage from Monsters of Rock Megaways. In the base game and free spins, the phone on the desk might randomly ring. The boss will pick it up while the main screen darkens. Though he will often simply tease you ending a call with a burst of slimy laughter, he will trigger the Promotion modifier if the call pleases him. The card royals are then removed from the reel strips and new premium symbols will tumble into the empty spaces before the win evaluation is done. The spin sequence continues then as normal.
Also included is the Pick Me Bonus Game which is triggered by landing three cash envelopes on any spin in the base game or free spins. They will move to the front, allowing you to take one pick and reveal a coin prize, usually between 2x and 15x your bet, occasionally up to 100x stake.
Having four Payday scatters in view by the time a game round concludes will trigger 12 Free Spins with any further scatter adding +4 spins to the tally. During the feature, scatters appear in the horizontal scroll only and will retrigger +4 or +8 spins for three and four scatters respectively, no limits. The round starts with an x1 multiplier which will increase by x1 after every winning reaction, again, no limits. Plus, all three other features – Mystery Symbol, Promotion and Pick Me Bonus – can happen on any free spin. Any coin wins from the Pick Me round will be multiplied by the current free spins multiplier.
And there is more. The Boss Spins feature can trigger randomly on any spin in the base game and award a random number of free spins, usually in upper single digits. The kicker that makes this round special is the second item the boss will only grudgingly hand out, a higher starting win multiplier for the feature of up to x10 instead of the standard x1. The Boss Spins are then played in the same fashion as the default free spins with the win multiplier increasing by x1 after each winning tumble.
Payday Megaways is more like an evolution from previous Megaways games emanating from the studios of Storm Gaming than a total revolution. The creators combined popular Megaways features with the new Boss Spins round that will be the most common source for a big payday. Unsurprisingly, the Boss Spins do not trigger very often but he certainly enjoys the teasers. Overall, the game is more volatile yet still highly playable with the comical touch adding to the entertainment factor.
Payday Megaways – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- 1. What is the maximum win potential on Payday Megaways?
- 2. Is Payday Megaways being offered with various RTP settings?
- 3. Can I play Payday Megaways in the UK?