At The Movies Pokie Review
At the Movies gameplay: pleasure rounds
Movies are shot for pleasure as is the case of gameplay in this cinematic pokie. Very few controls need one’s care. One would touch “Choose Coin” to set coins within the range from $0.01 to $1.00. “Select Lines” makes it from 1 to 25 paylines and “Bet Per Line” switch the bet from 1 up to 5 coins per line, and by doing so they are putting your bet up to the permitted maximum of $125.
Well, it’s almost rolling now! After having pressed SPIN or MAX BET SPIN, the reels make an Aussie aware of his luck and his win. Ah, yes, having fun and winning it big may be an exhaustive adventure so there is a laid-back mode of Auto Play. It is perfectly adaptive to gambler’s preferences and habits in terms of lines, coin values, bets per line and spins.
Pokie symbols: old heroes are back
Flickering just like a real-life cinema, symbols are adorable, creatively animated and they do pay! The eight available symbols can be conventionally split into two film crews. The first crew comprises familiar playing card symbols from 10 to A but all styled into the cinematic context: Heart-Shaped Cushions, Starships, Vampire’s Jaws and Movie Counters. These pay when there are three of a kind and payouts reach x80 when there are five of a kind. The second pack is made of Box Offices, Hollywood Digests, Popcorns and Oscars. This crew pays out when two of a kind appear on an operative line and wins rich up to x1000 or $5000 with five of a kind. One could name the paytable standard but he certainly would not because of Wild and Scatter. They work two ways and… Act-wait! To be continued.
Wild: something exceptionally wild
The wild in this pokie is an exceptional one. Firstly, the wild is represented by Comedy and Tragedy Masks, dated back to Ancient Greece where the theater was actually invented and developed into an art what modern civilization is still entertained with. But have a closer look at those masks. The more spins the better chances to make them appear on the reels. The masks are digitally styled into Ghost Face featured in The Scary Movie and that made them a truly unique artwork. Back to the game, it’s time to win it big!
The true beauty of Masks symbol is in the rules of gameplay. There are two rules on the wild symbol in the pokie. Rule number one: masks symbol is Wild for all payable symbols except for the Projector Scatter symbol. Rule number two: Wild doubles all wins involving it! Be that any winning combination, if there is a wild, an Aussie gets a x2 multiplier to a base round win. No doubt one has to look at the paytable again and certainly revaluate and praise it and the pokie as such. A x2 multiplier Wild! An exceptional wild!
Scatter and free spins
It is already clear that this old-fashion cinema is full of surprises. The Projector symbol is a scatter and it is not a fifth wheel in this trend. In fact, the scatter is a bit exceeding the wild in all terms! Two Projectors earn an instant cash prize of 50 credits, which turns into $0.50 to $250, depending on your bet! Three, four and five Projectors trigger 8, 15 and as many as 20 Free Spins, respectively! An Aussie may sip his soda and earn, while reels are rotating for free. And last but not least, all wins are doubled during free spin rounds! Wow, this means up to 20 free spins with a x2 multiplier to any win. Sure, with that exceptional Wild and this generous Scatter the paytable looks completely different and way promising!
Bottom Line on At The Movies
This 5-reel 25-payline pokie developed by Betsoft is a perfect 3D replica of an old-timer cinema as well as of a real-life slot found in land-based casinos. It is optimized for mobile devices and would not create any problem if played on a smartphone or tablet. It is impeccable in terms of design, graphic, operability and ambiance which is genuinely happy-go-lucky and nearly palpable. Payouts in base rounds are going up to $5000 at the maximum stake. Features are limited to Wilds and Scatters. Few but mighty! These both features do the usual tricks with substitution and free spins and in the meantime they double wins! Thus a base round win may well rocket through the roof up to $10.000! That certainly helps this pokie make it to the upper league. At The Movies is a well-designed video slot with few simple rules and fair chances to win very good hoot and is surely a must-try for Aussies who are especially fond of vintage cinemas and good old movies.