Sevens High Ultra is a very visually enticing game with plenty of neon lights for the throwback theme. As you may have guessed it, the “ultra” games from Quickspin are sequels to originals. Sevens High Ultra is the successor and upgraded version of the classic game.
Luckily for players, you get to choose between the ultra version and the good old classic. In Sevens High Ultra, you get a very glitzy purplish pink background that almost makes it seem like you are inside of a disco ball.
As with most throwback retro themes, Sevens High Ultra is very simple and straightforward without anything too fancy other than colors and a lot of sparkles. Let’s see if the detailed specs offered by Sevens High Ultra can make up for it.
The max RTP (return to player) provided by Seven High Ultra is just merely a tad above average at 96.06%. With the number of reels in the playing grid, the 25 paylines are not very surprising.
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As for the max bet, which is what most players want to know in a slot game, it’s not bad at all at 6,768x your original bet. To get there, you need to bet the maximum of 100, but for the more risk aversive players, the lowest 0.25 may be more inviting.
Sevens High Ultra has high volatility, which takes away a bit of our intrigue for the game. When you compare the ultra to the classic version, you will notice higher wins, but also higher volatility in return and lower RTP in return.
Which one you pick will depend on how risky you’re feeling.
The first feature offered in Sevens High Ultra is the wild symbol, which can act as a substitute for all other symbols. The game also features respins, which activate when you land a winning combo. During the respins, the Wild Meter can also be triggered and they compound with each new winning combo you get.
The game is named Sevens High Ultra due to the lucky 7s. For every two wins you get, the lucky 7 will turn into one more wild to increase your winning combos. Aside from the respins, Sevens High Ultra also has free spins, which trigger with scatters. The scatters are tied to an extra 500x bonus multiplier at most and you need at least 3 of them to land on the grid.
As we said, the game is not full of a ton of features and bonuses, but it does offer you some help to reach the max win.
How do we feel about Sevens High Ultra? It is not bad at all with a high max win for a retro-themed game. Although the idea and design is nothing new, it does feature clean and smooth graphics. The jackpot payout is high but not as high as some of the other games in a similar category in terms of RTP and volatility.
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Don’t expect any new designs, but the overall gameplay ranks pretty high with us, especially with the presence of the Wild Meter.