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Miami Multiplier

About Miami Multiplier

Released by Hacksaw Gaming on November 26, 2019, Miami Multiplier is especially a smartphone-oriented video slot adaptation of the City of Miami’s typical neon signage. The coastal American city—its emblems make up the symbols—alongside the game’s dynamic win multipliers inspired the title Miami Multiplier, which is the third video slot in the developer’s Pocketz series; in chronological order, the other eight serialized games are Stick ‘Em (September 2019), Om Nom (November 2019), My Lucky Number (March 2020), Cubes (March 2020), The Haunted Circus (May 2020), Cash Compass (June 2020), The Respinners (August 2020), and The Bomb (September 2020).

Miami Multiplier’s rival games include Miami Nights (July 2018) from Booming Games, Miami Glow (June 2020) from Snowborn Games, and Neon Bar (February 2019) from Belatra Games. Nine neon symbols (palm tree, cherries, ice cream, pineapple, dolphin, star, sliced watermelon, cocktail, and sunset) require three or four winning combinations.

Miami Multiplier Game Characteristics

Set on a purple brick wall, Miami Multiplier has a 4X4 grid that is neither partitioned nor framed. It lacks the usually numbered paylines; however, the left-to-right winning ways result from matching three or four adjacent symbols. There are twelve symbols, twenty total bets, increasing win multipliers, two sets of free games, has a substituting wild, neither a side game nor a bonus game, and pays from $0.01 to $600.00.

Miami Multiplier’s three special neon symbols: the substitute is a green-and-red “wild” ten-point star sign; the free games-related feature is a colorful “free spin token” rectangular sign; and the win multiplier is a purple, blue, and yellow “X multiplier” sign.

Nine ordinary neon symbols: rectangular green, yellow, and cyan palm tree sign; rhomboid red, green and cyan cherries; multicolored circular ice cream sign; rectangular yellow, green and cyan pineapple sign; shadowed gray-and-cyan dolphin; slate, cyan, and purple five-point star sign; sliced watermelon sign; green-and-blue cocktail sign; and yellow-and-cyan sunset sign.

Miami Multiplier bet sizes: $0.20 (minimum), $0.40, $0.60, $0.80, $1.00, $2.00, $4.00, $6.00, $8.00, $10.00, $15.00, $20.00, $25.00, $30.00, $35.00, $40.00, $45.00, $50.00, $75.00, and $100.00 (maximum bet).

The $100.00 bet has these Miami Multiplier payouts for three and four winning combinations. Palm tree pays $50.00 and $600.00. Cherries pay $25.00 and $150.00. Ice cream pays $25.00 and $100.00. Pineapple pays $25.00 and $100.00. Dolphin pays $10.00 and $20.00. Five-point star, or watermelon pays $10.00 and $15.00. Cocktail, or sunset pays $5.00 and $10.00.

Every “X multiplier” feature whose appearance coincides with winning combinations is a +1 win multiplier that replaces the palm trees (it appears as X?) within the product logo above the grid. Starting from X2, these multipliers can accumulate—especially in the free games (note: three and four “free spin token” features offer eight free games and 15 free games, respectively—and potentially reach X60 win multiplier limit. Miami Multiplier’s non-progressive jackpot is X5000—when the $100 maximum bet is factored in, this (5000X100) equals $500000.00.

Miami Multiplier’s good software features: turbo-propped gameplay; 5X bet, X20 bet, and X50 bet loss limits alongside 10X bet, 20X bet, and 75X bet win limits for the sets of 10, 25, 50, 75, 100, 500, and 1000 autospins.

There is ambient club music instrumental. Sound effects: chinking, popping, bubbling, and crackling. Flashing neon signs are a consolation for the unanimated 2D graphics.

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The RTP rate of Miami Multiplier, a game of chance, is 96.30% and the house edge is 3.70%.

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