Playing across five reels and four rows gives us access to 40 paylines, with all symbols stacked. If you are a slots fan who loves to play classic slots then this could be the slot for you. Bonus hunters might not be the biggest fans of this game, though, with no dedicated bonus features to call on.
However this also means that the game play is super easy, with only our stake to choose. The Golden Star symbol is our best shot at big wins, as we earn payouts for three, four or five anywhere across the reels.
Pros & Cons
- Classic slot gameplay and symbols.
- Potential for massive wins with stacked symbols.
- Spin Chance gives us a chance to win another spin.
- No dedicated bonus features.
- These classic symbols appear in countless slots.
- Game is highly volatile.
How to Play
The “Change Stake” button is our place to start, making it super easy to set our bet level. A wide range of bets will appeal to low rollers and high rollers alike, while the maximum jackpot will appeal to any online slots fan. Fans of SG Digital slots like Rainbow Riches Megaways will love the opportunity to score the maximum jackpot, which that developer sets at 250,000 for all its slots (excluding jackpots).
The Spin and Autoplay buttons in Golden 7s appear beneath the reels on the right hand side. Hit Spin to see the reels fly round, with all symbols appearing fully stacked, including the Wild symbols. Land symbols left-to-right to score multiple payline wins.
The game symbols are all classic slots symbols, and all appear stacked. Lemons, Cherries, Oranges, Grapes, Blueberries and Watermelons are the game’s mid range symbols, reminiscent of popular fruit-based slots like Hit It Hard from ELK Studios. That game, though, offers a modern twist on fruit-based slots with an additional bonus game. Golden 7s is quite the opposite, being pretty much as classic as they come. Red and Golden 7s make up the game’s higher-paying symbols.
Without a set free spins or pick ‘em style feature, Golden 7s relies on base game payline wins and Scatter wins.