|Online Slot Machine||At The Movies|
|Slot Provider||Betsoft Casino Software|
At the Movies RTP = 94.75%
Imagine if you will, a slot that decided to comically reproduce various moments in movie history with zany imagery, which you can barely associate with proper Hollywood films. That is the sole premise behind BetSoft Gaming’s At the Movies. There are aspects to the symbols you may recognise, and some you won’t. It has all been designed in good fun, but is At the Movies capable of delivering that? Not really.
At the Movies does allow players to alter any of the 25 lines which appear in this game, but that is hardly going to make it a world beater. Players can choose coin values which range from 2p up to £1, and stake as many as 5 coins per line. At the Movies is going to cost you at least 2p per line, per spin. Players who have more to spend can wager up to £125 per spin on this non-progressive slot.
The non-progressive jackpot in At the Movie is worth 5,000 coins, and that is quite a bit more than you can often find in slots from this developer. That being said, the lack of features kinds of forces BetSoft Gaming to offer a larger pot, so let’s not get carried away. At the Movies can dish out that 5,000 coin prize only if players land 5 Oscar-looking symbol symbols on a line.
The twin masks act as wild symbols in this slot, and they can substitute for any other symbols in the game, barring scattered symbols. There’s no surprise in that. Wilds can double the value of wins in which they appear, but not offer wins on their own.
Scatter symbols take on the shape of a projector. These symbols offer either cash or free spins depending on how many you get. Just two of them can see you land 250 coins, whilst bagging 3, 4 or 5 in any position on the reels will see you net wins of 8, 12, or 20 free games.
Free spins bonus
As we’ve said, you will begin the free spins bonus round with 8, 12 or 20 free games. There are no multipliers added to your winnings in this feature, although you may be able to retrigger the bonus by landing more scatters (we weren’t able to). All in all, this is a pretty standard bonus round.
Let’s try to be as truthful as we can here. At the Movies is a cheap slot. Not cheap in the sense that you are getting a good deal with wagers, cheap in the sense that it doesn’t offer much bounce for your buck. At the Movies features are few and far between and simply not good enough to constitute a slot which charges at least 2p per line. There are better movie-themed slots out there, and there are certainly better BetSoft Gaming titles. Personally, we’d duck down and give this one a miss, but ultimately, that’s totally your call to make.