Rainbow Riches Drops of Gold Slots

You must have heard of the Rainbow Riches slot by now. Of course, since the original game was released, we've had plenty of sequels to beef up the offering. Now, we can try Rainbow Riches Drops of Gold too. As you would guess, the game carries on with its lucky theme, but as with all games in this series, there are some unusual elements to look out for too.

Quantity of reels and win lines

Five reels start things off here, but you have the chance to trigger up to 200 paylines to come into play. Wow!

Coins to play with

Just 10 cents per spin is good enough to get things going in this game. Those who love betting with a lot more cash on each spin (and whose budget can take it) can crank things up to $500 per spin.

Rainbow Riches Drops of Gold special symbols

Two pots of coins are shown on the reels - one in gold, one in silver. The silver pot substitutes for everything apart from the bonus pot of gold icon. Meanwhile, the gold pot will replace everything.

What about bonus features?

Well, there is a Drops of Gold feature, as you might guess. You will see the pots appearing in the rainbow section above the reels. If a pot appears on the fifth reel of the game, all the pots appearing in the rainbow will fall onto the reels to take up their positions there. This can result in lots of nice wins.

If you manage to find three of the bonus symbols on the reels, you will receive eight free games to enjoy. Any additional pots of gold will each bring four further free games to your total. You can also retrigger this feature by doing the same thing again.

Download Rainbow Riches Drops of Gold and take it for a spin today

This game comes from Barcrest, so it features their Big Bet mode. If you increase your bet and purchase five linked spins simultaneously, you can take advantage of some additional features. These include more wilds, bigger Drops of Gold symbols, and more paylines.

Whichever way you want to play the game, it is clear the Rainbow Riches Drops of Gold slot offers yet another refreshing take on a popular and commonplace theme. Will it be your favorite one of the series so far?