About Turbo Play
Turbo Play is one of the earliest classic html5 video slots developed by Wazdan, which released it on February 15, 2013, alongside three other games namely Vegas Reels II, Arcade, and Mystery Jack. This Las Vegas-inspired fruit-themed slot game is named after its ultra-fast gameplay mode.
Wazdan’s fruity games: Fruit Fiesta (December 2017), Mega Jack series, Hot 777 series, Jumping Fruits (September 2017), Lucky Reels (June 2019), Magic Target series, Lucky 9 (April 2020), Mystery Jack series, Ten Or Twenty (October 2016), Magic Hot series, Juicy Reels (March 2019), Slot Jam (August 2018), Fruits Go Bananas (July 2018).
Turbo Play’s rival games include Fruit Vegas (October 2014) from Mascot Gaming, Vegas Wins (August 2017) from Booming Games, and Fruity Grooves (March 2017) from Genesis. Ten symbols (“pot” gunny sack, “VEGAS” sign, watermelon, grapes, golden bell, plum, pear, orange, lemon, and cherries) require three winning combinations.
Turbo Play Game Characteristics
Set on a polka dotted purple-and-blue background, Turbo Play has a partitioned 3X3 grid whose three gold-framed yellow standalone reels are embedded on an aluminum silver tread plate. There is one orange payline only, which passes horizontally through the grid’s center. There are eleven symbols, nine total bets, locked reels, no free games, a gamble game, and pays from $0.50 to $30000.00.
Turbo Play has one special symbol and eight ordinary symbols. A substituting wild, the special symbol is a red-lined orange star. Ordinary symbols: a yellow-and-brown “pot” gunny bag beside stacks of coins; a luxury black “VEGAS” sign; a halved watermelon; purple grapes; a golden bell; a plum; a pear; an orange; lemon; and leafy cherries. Note: the star selectively substitutes for the plum, or pear, or orange, or lemon, or cherries only.
Turbo Play bet sizes: $0.10 (minimum bet), $0.20, $0.50, $1.00, $5.00, $10.00, $20.00, $50.00, and $100.00 (maximum bet).
Based on the $100.00 bet, the following are the Turbo Play payouts for three winning combinations. “Pot” gunny sack pays $30000.00. “VEGAS” sign pays $20000.00. Watermelon pays $10000.00. Grapes pay $8000.00. Golden bell pays $6000.00. Plum, or pear pays $2500.00; orange, or lemon pays $1000.00; and cherries pays $500.00.
A partially complete combination—two different reels containing two similar symbols (or at least one star) on the payline—locks the reels for one round while the remaining reel spins alone. Although this boosts the prospect of a winning combination, players can press the popup “stop” below the reel to unlock reels.
One side game has a face up card game while the other side game has a face down card game. Despite the chosen side game—doubles or nullifies payouts if there are correct or wrong guesses, respectively—it involves guessing the upcoming suit color. Turbo Play’s non-progressive jackpot is X300, which (300X100) is $30000.00.
The good Turbo Play software features: high volatility level; slow, fast, and ultra-fat gameplay; supports Windows, iOS, and Android operating systems; 13 languages; full screen and double screen; and 5-1000 autospins whose win and loss limits are $0.01-$1000000.00 in desktop versions and $1.00-$1000.00 in mobile versions. The classic slot machine sounds blend in with the unanimated 3D graphics, apart from the ascending starry glittering lights in the background.
Luck in Turbo Play
Turbo Play is a game of chance whose RTP rate is 96.10% and the house edge is 3.90%.