It’s a five-reel, 10 payline online slots game and it doesn’t have a progressive jackpot. Don’t let that put you off though because playing this I’ve had some great wins during the very enjoyable time I’ve spent playing it. The minimum coin stake
on ‘Boomanji’ is $0.02 per line and the maximum $0.50. There is a Max Bet Spin button you can utilise which means you’ll be staking $100 on each spin. Only use that if you can afford to lose that amount. Before you start putting any stakes on, however large or small, have a good look through the paytable. It’s a bit like looking through the manual of that television you’ve just purchased but nowhere near as complicated. Also try some free plays to get you used to how the game runs.
The symbols in this game are enjoyable enough to look at. Aside from the wild firework crate icon, there’s the blue, pink, yellow, green, red and purple fireworks. No sign of the one that never seems to go off when you want it to or the milk bottle I always used to put my fireworks in when I was a child. Then again it hasn’t got the gate that fell down when I attached a Catherine Wheel to it.
It’s a bit strange to see the fireworks heading downwards in this game but that’s not the only reverse feature in ‘Boomanji.’ You might be thinking that with there being just 10 paylines it might be a bit difficult to get wins in this game. Well the difference here is that winning combinations count from left to right and right to left. That might give you a few surprising wins early on but just remember to keep an eye out for those winning lines.
The graphics in this game are of the usual high standard that we’ve gotten used to with anything released by BetSoft Gaming. The soundtrack is quite relaxing actually with soothing music and the sound of fireworks exploding. It certainly fits in well with the theme of the game but there’s only one tune so if you’re playing this for a long while, you’ll probably end up muting it eventually.