Rock ‘n’ Roller Slots

Rock-'n'-RollerRock ‘n’ Roller doesn’t leave you guessing about its theme, though the game takes the form of a jukebox, so it’s not exactly rockstar material. Designed by Playtech, Rock ‘n’ Roller takes a subject that a lot of boys and girls dreamed about while growing up, and turns it into a classic slot machine. I wouldn’t say it’s the best way to represent a rock theme, with a game that has nothing flashy or loud about it, but I’m sure it will get its share of players anyway, rock has that kind of effect on people.

This 3 reel slot machine gets up to 5 active paylines each round, the game being made by the guys from Playtech. The features are missing, as you might’ve expected, but the prizes are also less than impressive, topping out at just $3,500.

Features of Rock ‘n’ Roller

The game’s features don’t exist, this being a classic game with classic features (meaning no features). The classics didn’t used to have features added to them, so the modern variants that are designed only with the Internet in mind do the same and they give players a clean experience.

Betting options and jackpots

You’re going to be able to place bets of up to $25 on the game’s 5 reels, each one getting up to $5. That is the maximum value of a single coin, while the lowest value it can have is at just $0.05. Selecting fewer paylines is allowed, but due to the way the top prize is offered and valued, it’s not a good idea.

The same combo of three Platinum records will get you five different prizes, depending on the payline on which it forms. The best payout is offered for that combination forming on the 5th payline, which pays 700 coins, with the other four getting values between 400 and 625 coins. The value is up to $3,500, for the 5th line top win.

Design and symbols

The rock and roll and the jukebox theme combine in the game area, which is drawn as a regular slot machine, with the paytable using the top half, while the reels and various betting options are in the bottom half. The symbols are all music related, something I enjoyed seeing, as I’ve had my share of classic symbols from games like this one. It’s colorful enough and tastefully designed, not something you can claim about most classics.

Symbols: Platinum Record (700 coins), Gold Record (150 coins), Guitar (50 coins), Harmonica (40 coins), Drums (25 coins) and Blanks (2 coins).

Is It Worth Playing?

The game has its own charm, especially if you enjoy the theme that was chosen for it. It’s not a badly designed slot machine, which is always a plus with these classics, but its best prizes tend to be somewhat disappointing, especially since the wagers are not as low as in other titles.

Rock ‘n’ Roller can be found at any Playtech casino, where you get a chance to play it for real money or in free mode.