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Going to a pub and enduring karaoke night is often a torturous experience. Thankfully, playing ‘Karaoke Party’ isn’t so bad and you’ll be in a party mood if you can get some big wins come your way.

What is it with all this karaoke?  Why do these people who can’t sing insist on getting up and ‘singing’ out of tune? They could go on the X-Factor for that or just join a boyband. Why also is it that those who can’t sing always choose the longest songs. Week after week I once had to endure two women murdering ‘Paradise By the Dashboard Light.’ This slot is far more entertaining with good prizes to be won here and not a single crap singer in sight.

‘Karaoke Party’ is set inside a purple frame and the soundtrack isn’t that appalling but you can mute it if you want. The game has a total of five reels and three rows of symbols. There’s a total of nine pay-lines and you have no option but to play all of them on each spin of the reels. The minimum cost of playing all the pay-lines just €0.09 and the maximum is €45. Just work out a budget, stick to it and enjoy playing the game without any financial worries being created if the wins don’t come along.

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Karaoke Party
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Sing Your Heart Out

There are five high value symbols in this game. These feature some karaoke singers who may or may not be singing in tune. There’s a girl who’s probably singing ‘I Will Survive’, they all tend to while giving their ex-boyfriend a dirty look. We also get three girls probably pretending to be the Spice Girls, a couple who might be doing ‘YMCA’, three guys trying to be a boyband, a girl in a blue dress and a guy who looks as if he might actually know what he’s doing. They run out of ideas for symbols then and we end up with nine to Ace playing card symbols that are the lower value payers here.

Wild for Karaoke

The Karaoke Party logo is the wild symbol in this game. It’ll help you get some good wins here as it can substitute for the other symbols to get you winning combinations. There’s one symbol that it can’t substitute for and that’s the scatter symbol which is the tumbling dice. Not quite sure what that has to do with karaoke though any sessions I’ve been to has been like dicing with death. If you get any winning combination courtesy of the wild, then that win is doubled.

This isn’t the most complicated game you’ll play but it’s always good to ensure you know a great deal about the game you’re playing. To do that access the pay-table and find out about the rules of the game. Then have some free games and see just how the game runs.

Sing For Your Free Spins

Three or more of those scatter symbols will get you into the free spins round. They don’t have to be on a pay-line simply anywhere on the reels. Once triggered you receive a total of 15 free spins and these can be re-triggered If the scatter symbols turn up in triplicate again. There’s no multiplier on wins though which is a shame.

Take that Gamble or Not?

When you get a win you can try and increase that windfall you’ve just won. You don’t have to and if you wish, just take the money and run. If you do go for the gamble, then it’s playing cards time. To double your win your task is to correctly guess the colour of the next card. If you’re really brave, then try to guess the suit of the next card and if you’re right the win is quadrupled. Get it wrong though and you lose all your winnings. It’s possible to try and get five correct guesses in a row but try doing that with a pack of cards before risking cash on it.

In Conclusion

A good game to play and there are some decent wins to be hand here. The bonus round is a good one, especially if you are able to re-trigger the free spins.  It’s a bit basic in the way, the soundtrack is bearable but strangely no singing but it’s definitely worth a play.