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There’s clearly a market for cute animal-themed slots with simple gameplay and Austrian developer Eyecon is making the most of it. What their Kitty Payout does for cat lovers, Puggy Payout offers to those who prefer dogs. It uses the same kind of cartoon visuals and pastel colours combined with a couple of features capable of delivering high return on investment.
How to Play
Puggy Payout plays with 5 reels and 25 variable paylines. Players can set bet per line between £0.01 and £0.50 and thus wager £0.25 to £12.50 per spin. High-paying symbols are items you’d normally associate with a canine pet, namely dog collar, bone-shaped biscuits, water ball, tennis balls and doggy basket. As few as two will pay, though the biggest prize of 2,400 coins can only be won by lining up 5 collars. Low-value wins are provided by 3+ A, K, Q, J, 10 and 9 playing card symbols. If you’re feeling lazy, use Autoplay button to have the reels spin on their own 10 to 100 times.
Puggy Payout Slot Game Features
Eyecon doesn’t force you to read the paytable over and over again to understand how the game plays; there are only two simple features which you’ll grasp immediately.
Wild – Wild symbol is depicted as Frisbee, stands in for all other game icons apart from Scatter, and multiplies the payout x2 every time it participates in a winning combination.
Free Spins - When you manage to get 3, 4 or 5 Scattered Pugs to appear simultaneously, they’ll launch free games round and award 15, 20 or 25 Free Spins. Wild icons will still be doubling each prize, and what’s more, you can win additional spins by landing the triggering combination once again – as many as 15 times!
With so many animal-themed slots featuring same or similar design and mechanism, one can hardly refer to Puggy Payout as original. But who says it needs to be?! There are plenty of players who appreciate simple features as long as they can deliver decent wins, and those used in this slot certainly can. If you’re an animal lover happy to place low-value bets, go for it! But if cute games freak you out and 3-figure wagers are a must, you’d better look for an alternative.