Madame Ink from Play'n GO is all about the tattoo shop of a beautiful, mysterious lady named Madame Ink.Her shop is somewhere in an Asian city, where she exclusively supplies her customers with the most beautiful tattoos. For example, her hand does not turn around for the most amazing, colourful cranes, dragons, and lions, which are immortalized in the skin in the most impossible spots.
We don’t have tattoos (yet). As much as we begged that pretty girl for a life-size head of John de Wolf on our back, it really didn't occur. Maybe later. A man can always dream.
Anyway, we have no idea how much pain it really hurts to get a tattoo. But sometimes it looks very nice. And that Madame Ink, there may be. The big question is, of course: how much fun is the Madame Ink slot?
Unfortunately, it did not become Play'n GO's best work, as beautiful as the artwork is. The gameplay is very monotonous, and you will soon see the bonus features.
Madame Ink is an all ways win slot. Since there are five reels with three rows of symbols, you play with 243 possible combinations to win. As you are used to Play'n GO slots, you play with fixed bets per spin: choose your desired bet per spin on the bet bar and start spinning with that trade.
The minimum bet is $0.10, and you can bet a maximum of $100 on Madame Ink per spin.
According to Play'n GO, you can win a maximum of 5,000 x the bet on this slot, but believe us: you can take that with a grain of salt. It may be possible in theory, but the chance that it will happen is just as big as the chance that The Rolling Stones will participate in the Eurovision Song Contest.
In any case, the variance is medium, and you can really squeeze both hands at a price of more than 500x the bet: that will be an almost unique achievement.
The four premium symbols are, how could it be otherwise, animal tattoos that often appear in Asian slots. They are beautifully coloured: yellow, blue, green, and purple. A 5-of-a-kind of these symbols will yield between 3x and 7.50x the total bet.
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The lower paying symbols are the card symbols J, Q, K, and A. These hardly yield anything. The Wild symbol is an ink bottle that occasionally expands and covers the entire reel (this is importantly called the Wild Ink feature). Wilds replace other symbols.
It falls at random times. Madame Ink appears on the middle reel and turns into one of the premium symbols. All surrounding premium symbols turn into the same symbol. This way, especially if you have at least 1 premium symbol on each reel, nice payouts can arise.
If you know how to spin three or more scattered snakes, you win the free spins bonus and a cash prize of 7.50x the total bet.
When it comes to bonuses in Madame Ink, you can decide what to choose:
- 12 free spins (low risk)
- 6 free spins (medium risk)
- 3 free spins (high risk).
We prefer to choose the 3 free spins ourselves, but that is not without danger. Sometimes it makes a lot of money, but you can also be left with almost empty hands.
Sometimes slots are just like people. Then the outside is beautiful, but the inside is a bit disappointing. We got that feeling at Madame Ink. Once you look through the beautiful graphics a bit, not much remains.
Only the features can really provide great payouts, and then they are extremely rare.
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This is a typical slot that slowly but surely brings your balance to zero without giving you the feeling that there is at least enough entertainment in return.