Good to Go Slot
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- Symbols: Checkered Flag, Good to Go, Pit Girl, Racing Car, Racing Helmet, Racing Wheel, Speedometer, Sevens, Eights, Nines, Tens, Jacks, Queens, Kings, Aces
Good to Go Review
This is a car racing-themed video slot with 5 reels, 9 paylines and a 50,000-dollar jackpot. Its graphic presentation looks a little out-of-date but the game offers a fast-paced action, lots of bright emotions and generous awards as you spin the reels. Are you good to go? Then place your bet, click the Spin button or set the autoplay options, and grab decent accolades every time your race car crosses the finish line.
The user interface at the bottom enables you to adjust three bet options: the number of active lines, the number of coins to wager on each line (1 to 10) and a coin size ($0.01 to $1.00). Given the versatile bet options, you can play at one cent, increase your stake to the maximum of $90 per spin, or wager anywhere in between. As there are very few bonus features in the slot, the paytable consists of only one page, and you will be impressed to see the payouts offered in Good To Go. A very unusual thing about the slot is an extended set of poker cards that are available in values from 7 to A, and the payouts for three identical cards range between 6 and 500 coins, which is not too bad for standard card icons.
Race-themed symbols pay out much higher than playing cards and most of them such as checkered flags and racer’s helmets create two-of-a-kind combinations. The top awards in the slot are 5000 coins (five wilds) and 2500 coins (five red Ferraris or five G2G icons). If you play at the maximum acceptable bet, those coin awards will equal $50,000 and $25,000, respectively.
In Good To Go, the wild is represented by a pit girl. Not only does it substitute for other icons but also pays out the slot’s highest jackpot mentioned above.
The speedometer is a scatter symbol that activates 3 free spins if 3+ of them land in any position. The free spins can be retriggered up to five times from within the feature itself.