Before we get to the bonus round of the game, which so happens to be a free spins level, you have the random occurring Cat’s Paw. If you’re a cat lover, you’ll know all too well how naughty cats can be; you’ll be minding your own business when boom, they’ve smashed a glass onto the floor.
Instead of dealing with a mess like that, the puss of this title helps the reels to do one of three jobs: nudge, stop or hold. These outcomes have varying perks to them, for they allow a greater manipulation of the grid, in your favour. However, as this isn’t a feature you can control, you’re still at the mercy of the gameplay.
Party All Night
The bottle of champagne is going to get you into the Free Spins Party, but you’ll only need two of them rather than three or more. This downsizing in combo means easier execution of a winning line, but it also results in a more difficult feature: the icons can only land on the first and fifth reels.
As we have so much faith in you, we know you’ll get the job done, and so you’ll proceed onto the main event of the night. Throughout the evening, a door will show up on the third column along, bringing a new guest with it every time; each guest has their own worth, and will later become the wild for the remainder of the level.
We’ve taken you through all the features, but we’ve yet to discuss the betting system, which is a bit different from the norm. Usually you have arrows to increase or decrease the value you’re gambling, but with Breakfast at Tiffany’s you have separate betting toggles. Every toggle is valued at a different price, and will start the game playing.
The starting point for all players is a measly 0.20, a figure most of us can afford. Thereafter, gamers can continue along the toggles until they reach the top amount of 50 credits, which is still a reasonable sum of money. Don’t rush to change your stake though, for it doesn’t change the results of the paytable.
It’s All Groovy
The 1960s was a happening time, at least that’s what we’re told, and so it’s no wonder that the time period generates so much hype. If you’re wanting to carry on through the swinging experience, you should definitely play the 5 reels of Austin Powers. Blueprint Gaming are the company behind the title, and while it’s more modern than this example, it still has a psychedelic vibe.
You’ll be getting your mojo back in no time, as you take Powers through various time periods in one of the most varied bonus offerings we’ve seen. The fun never stops when you play this sexed up slot machine, so make sure you don’t miss out. It lacks Audrey Hepburn’s sophistication, but it’ll win you over with raw sex appeal.
We’re worried that we sound like a broken record with this brand, but Gamesys have done it yet again! They’ve created a real cash slot that ticks all the right boxes; Breakfast at Tiffany’s is a success. However, due to its niche theme and design, it also makes it a hard game to sell to the average gamer, and so its target audience is always going to be limited.