The layout in Golden Gate is really hardly any different from what most players are used to. There are 5 reels and 3 rows, forming the common grid that’s become the staple of the industry. Besides that, there’s a total of 10 paylines available. They’re fixed, so you won’t have the opportunity to adjust them or play with a lesser number. With that in mind, though, the betting range is pretty decent and starts fairly low. The minimum stake you will be able to make on these reels is 10c per single spin. And the largest amount you will be able to wager here is no more than $10 per spin. Now, as we promised earlier, it’s time to have a closer look at the game’s symbols.
First in line are, typically, the lower value playing card icons. We have to admire their design in this online slot game, we don’t often see the developers go through this much effort. They include the symbols A, K, Q and J. Following them and with the obligatory increase in value there’s a pair of lanterns and a bunch of oranges. The latter are an iconic symbol of California, can’t do without them. Then we have a blue muscle car, following which is the red fire truck – the most lucrative symbol on these reels. It can offer payouts of up to 100 times your total stake. This brings us to the game’s Wild symbol, which, however, does not offer any payouts of its own. Nevertheless, the Wild is fully capable of substituting for any of the other symbols. That way you can count on a helping hand when forming winning combinations. The Wild can appear in any position on the reels and better yet: it will also double the payouts for any winning combination it takes part it. But there is one single symbol that it cannot replace and that is the game’s Scatter.