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Game Guide: Bonus 7s Wild

April 7, 2021

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This new AE Player Insider Game Guide focuses on a classic, but still very popular, slot game from Bally — Bonus 7s Wild.

Bonus 7s Wild is a traditional five-reel slot game with 25 paylines and a couple of bonus features to keep things interesting! Before we dive into the bonus features, let’s take a look at the pay symbols found in the base game. Of course, the highest-paying symbol in the game is a flaming 7, which only seems appropriate for a game called Bonus 7s Wild! Other pay symbols found in the game include a golden bell, a purple plum, an orange, and a triple cherry. All pays must be adjacent on an active payline and read from left to right or right to left. Only the highest of a kind will be paid, and line pays are multiplied by the number of credits bet on the payline.

Now on to the bonus features! The first bonus feature found in Bonus 7s Wild is the Mystery Symbol Feature. In the base game of Bonus 7s Wild, the second, third and fourth reels contain mystery symbol positions that can be replaced at random with either a 7 or a golden bell! All mystery symbol positions on a reel are replaced with the same symbol per spin. This random mystery symbol replacement is initiated every time the reels spin, increasing the player’s chances to win big!

The other bonus feature found in Bonus 7s Wild is the Hot Spin Feature. If a player receives five 7 symbols in any position on the reels, the Hot Spins Feature will be initiated and five Hot Spins will be awarded to the player. Hot Spin bets are equal to a single line bet of the initiating game, but Hot Spins pay as if betting on all lines! Plus, during the Hot Spin Feature, the flaming 7 symbol is wild and can substitute for all pay symbols. Five flaming 7 symbols in any position on the reels will award the player an additional five Hot Spins!

Bonus 7s Wild will always be a favorite among slot players because of its traditional look and feel, but the fun bonus features make it all the more interesting. Have you played before? What game would you like to see us write about next? Let us know in the comments below!

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