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Perhaps fitting of the year it was created, and the fact that Playtech had yet to truly established themselves back then, Mafia Millions is not a very attractive slot. The graphics are simple, cartoonish even. They are not the worst we have seen, but they are far from the best either. The RTP is also very weak at just 93%, although there are some high paying symbols, including one that pays as much as 5,000x your stake.
The mafia boss symbol unlocks the progressive jackpot, but unless you’re betting a big amount, you will not win it all. However, you will be able to pickup some of it regardless of your stake, as you will be paid a percentage based on that stake. The good thing about this is that whether you’re staking the minimum or the maximum, the return on the progressive jackpot will be huge.
That’s where the positives end though — it’s all downhill from here with Mafia Millions.
There is only one bonus round on Mafia Millions and that’s a free spins round. In this round you can unlock a maximum of 20 free spins, depending on how many bonus symbols you unlock. The bonus symbol you should be looking out for is the vault symbol, and this also pays you some cash when it is triggered, although the only worthwhile amount you receive comes when you unlock the maximum number of free spins.
And that’s it. Mafia Millions doesn’t have any other bonus rounds. There are no quick features here, no stacked wilds, no wild reels and certainly no advanced bonus rounds. This is a bit of a letdown, and whilst this slot does claw back some respect in other areas, it is still left wanting when all is said and done.
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Mafia Millions doesn’t have the best visuals, but still, that doesn’t always matter. However, in this case there is nothing to back it up. The free spin round is good, but with a maximum of just 30 spins and a base game that has a very low RTP, they don’t return the biggest wins. Overall, this is a poor effort and one that deserves nothing more than a 5/10.