Pay Dirt Slots

Pay-DirtPay Dirt is the kind of classic slot machine that I can get onboard with, a title that might not give you any kind of feature, or pretty graphics for that matter, but it will offer you the one thing that matters most, a very good prize. The progressive jackpot advertised in this game is rare enough in slot machines that Wager Gaming offers, so it’s always a good idea to take advantage of the titles that do have them. The actual theme is money related, but that’s all you need from a slot machine.

The game has 3 reels and 1 line, it doesn’t offer any kind of feature, but it has one thing to offer that pretty much every player will be interested in. It’s a progressive jackpot that can give you a decent payout, plus you can also win up to $1,800 from the slot directly.

Features of Pay Dirt

You don’t actually have features in Pay Dirt, but hopefully the progressive jackpot that is offered will be enough to keep you busy and happy. Some classic slot machines offer wilds or bonus symbols, other don’t give you anything, and Pay Dirt is in the latter category.

Betting options and jackpots

One of the things I love about this game is the fact that it’s cheap to play, making it accessible to anyone. The coins have a fixed $1 value, and you can use 1 to 3 coins for the one payline included. That’s why the minimum wager is worth $1, while the maximum is $3.

The number of coins you’ve used in the round when you win the prize will determine how many coins you receive. Regular prizes go up to 1,800 coins, or $1,800. The progressive jackpot is worth much more and you get 100% of it when you use 3 coins, 25% for 2 coins and $15% for 1 coin.

Design and symbols

Since the theme is money related, that’s what you’re going to see everywhere you look. The paytable section mentions either cash icons or symbols that are colored in green, but there are some classic symbols as well that don’t have that connection with the rest of the game. I prefer my games to be more thought out than this, but I can’t complain much since the progressive jackpot is so rare among slot machines from Wager Gaming.

Symbols: Fist of Cash (progressive jackpot), Eye of Providence Pyramid (1,800 coins), Green 7 (900 coins), Double Bar (300 coins), One Bar (150 coins) and Cherries (60 coins).

Is It Worth Playing?

The progressive jackpot is the one that makes it worth trying, along with the very small wager requirements. You’re not going to get huge payouts from it since it’s so cheap to play, but if you get that progressive jackpot it will be worth it.

You will find Pay Dirt at any online casino which chooses to use software from Wager Gaming, playable either for free or for real money.