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Doubles Slot

Doubles, which was released on October 1, 2015, is an online game made by Yggdrasil Gaming. A retro-themed and vividly packaged slot game, Doubles has an unusual game play, although some of its features—such as the absence of pay lines and the usage of 243 ways—are similar to other Yggdrasil’s games such as Penguin City (July 2018) and Big Blox (August 2016).

The noun “doubles” refers to things that appear in twos. Accordingly, the Doubles’ symbols can show up on the grid in twos, just like the orange-and-blue brand logo that is made of two interlocking letter D’s; however, the symbols mostly appear in singles. Doubles players win after matching between three and ten symbols, either standalone or in twos.

Doubles Game Characteristics
Doubles has a dynamic volatility rating, which ranges between 18 and 100. The 5X3 grid lets the players win in 243 different ways, whereby the matching symbols should be in reels that are strictly side by side. For instance, a winning combination can result from a particular symbol appearing thrice (in reels one, two, and three—from left to right) but not with an empty reel between them (like a particular symbol in reels one, three, and four).

The nine classic Doubles’ symbols are: a blue diamond, an orange-colored “7”, a golden horse shoe, a green star, a pair of cherries, a slice of a watermelon, an octagonal orange fruit, a hexagonal yellow lemon, and a hexagonal purple lemon.

Doubles’ starting page advertises it two major features: the double symbols to be won in 243 ways and the players’ freedom of personalizing the game play (after getting the regular and generous ten free spins), where they pinpoint a preferred symbol that will be doubled up.

Doubles offers a choice of fourteen coin values: $0.01, $0.02, $0.03, $0.04, $0.05, $0.07, $0.10, $0.16, $0.20, $0.30, $0.50, $0.70, $1.00, and $2.00. A result of multiplying coin values by 25 coins, the total bet sizes are: $0.25 (the minimum bet), $0.50, $0.75, $1.00, $1.25, $1.75, $2.50, $4.00, $5.00, $7.50, $12.50, $17.50, $25.00, and $50.00 (the maximum bet).

These are the Doubles’ payouts for three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, and ten matching combinations, respectively. The blue diamond pays X25, X100, X250, X500, X600, X800, X1200, and X25000. The “7” offers X15, X60, X150, X300, X400, X500, X750, and X4000.

The golden horse shoe pays X12, X45, X125, X250, X350, X400, X500, and X2500. The green star pays X8, X40, X100, X250, X300, X350, X400, and X1200. The pair of cherries pay X6, X35, X80, X200, X250, X300, X350, and X1000. The slice of watermelon has X6, X30, X75, X175, X200, X250, X300, and X900.

The orange fruit pays X5, X25, X60, X120, X150, X200, X250, and X750. The yellow lemon pays X5, X25, X50, X100, X125, X175, X200, and X600. The purple lemon offers X5, X25, X40, X75, X100, X150, X175, and X500.

Three, four, and five “DD Free Spin” symbols give ten free spins, 20 free spins, and 40 free spins, respectively. Doubles has a $50000 non-progressive jackpot.

The Doubles’ software is good and appealingly vintage, which blends in with both the retro sound effects and the old school graphics.

Luck in Doubles
Doubles is a game of chance; its RTP rate and house edge are 96.0% and 4.0%, respectively.


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