Almighty Dollar Slot

Almighty Dollar Slot

Ah, money. Just about everything in life seems to revolve around it nowadays. People will do all sorts of crazy things if you make it worth their while. You have a website where you can hire all sorts of talented people to do something for five dollars, you can dare your friend for a twenty to do something hilariously stupid, and you wouldn’t believe it, some people actually keep pressing a spin button over and over, hoping for a big jackpot win to happen. Can you believe that last one?

You probably can, or else you wouldn’t be looking at this Rival Gaming casino slot with a 3×3 playing field and 5 fixed paylines. It has some seriously uncomfortable looking characters, which is a shame because everything else is rather catching visually. As far as bonuses go, you have free spins for collecting Scatters, and all Wilds come packed with a 3x multiplier.

We weren’t able to fish out any information about the game’s volatility, but we were able to find it’s RTP, which is 94.35%, sitting below average for video slots and lower than what Best Rival slots have to offer.

Why to play Almighty Dollar

Almighty Dollar Slot Machine

  • Simple Gameplay – When you have a playing field as small as this one, there’s not much room for complexity, honestly. Some players will undoubtedly appreciate the smaller reels, though only having 5 paylines can feel rather awful at times. That said, while things are kept simple, they aren’t really boring – you have both free spins bonuses and Wild multiplier laying about the reels, increasing your odds of a satisfying victory.
  • Alright graphics – We’re not going to pretend Rival reinvested the wheel here, because this title is hardly a graphical powerhouse. The theme is all kinds of nonsense, and there are no really awesome animations to admire. Still, we like the design of a lot of these gold-plated symbols usually associated with Heaven transformed into gambling symbols – in fact, every symbol except the humanoid ones looks quite nice.

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Why not to play?

  • Volatility and RTP – It seems we’ve drawn a bad batch of titles recently when it comes to this topic, so we may come off as a broken record – but again, without this information, you can’t really know what to expect from a title before you play it for yourself. Even if you could get around the fact you didn’t know the variance of Almighty Dollar, there’s still the fact its RTP is below average for online video slots – not by much, but given the sheer wealth of choice you have as a player, why would you settle for this one?
  • Awful human characters – Honestly, we’re not sure who looked at these characters and thought they looked sufficiently human before putting them in the title, but they’re hitting some serious levels of uncanny valley. The blonde man looks very distinctly uncomfortable as he’s looking up at you, and the praying woman seems to share a similar, concerned look in her eyes. The lion looks like a bro, but his art style is also really bad.

Bonus Features

Almighty Dollar Slot Bonus Features

There are two bonuses in this Rival Gaming release. The first of which is a 3x multiplier applied to all wins with a Wild in them. The second is a free spins bonus, awarding 7 or 21 extra turns for collecting two or three Scatters.

Our Verdict

We don’t like putting down hard work developers put in, but there’s really no getting around the fact this is well below expectations for Rival Gaming. Almighty Dollar has bad graphics, a below average RTP, an unknown volatility, only five paylines, and relatively simplistic and boring features. It has no real redeeming qualities, so we really can’t recommend it to you.

Almighty Dollar Slot was last modified: February 24th, 2021 by Mark Cesley