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Money Star Review
Money Star is an old-school slot that deliberately mimics the visual design of a real-life slot machine. Its metal casing, light banner at the top, card reader and raised buttons look so realistic as if someone has taken a photo of the slot machine at a brick-and-mortar casino. Vegas-style slot fans would expect to see fruits, bars, sevens, bells and other classic icons in a typical three-reel machine, but in Money Star only three symbols are used: Red Star, Golden Star and Golden Coin. And they are not classic in the conventional sense.
Three symbols cannot create too many combinations, that is why the paytable is very short and consists of only four potential combos and their values. As a consequence of that, the jackpot size is also decreased as compared to other Microgaming classic machines. Any mix of red stars and coins awards x2, which is the lowest-paying combination. Three red stars pay x10, while three golden coins pay x200. That is all for regular symbols. Besides, the reels also contain small red dots in place of symbols; these have a zero value and act as blank plugs.
The Golden Star is a special symbol that does not pay by itself. If only one golden star stops on the payline, you win a random number of free spins or “win spins” as they are called in Money Star.
The three red square buttons under the reels are HOLD buttons. Their purpose would be familiar to slot fans who have played AWP slot machines or classic slots developed by Microgaming. If one or two symbols are missing to create a combination, you can click a relevant red button to fix a respective reel (or reels) for the next spin. By doing this, you have the chance of getting a needed symbol on the spun reel and form a winning combination.