Gold nuggets deliver tripled winnings when you're playing Paydirt! slots . Head to the gold mines in this five-reel slot game where bets start at a penny per line. The video slot also has a progressive jackpot attached, too. You can win thousands of dollars if the computer picks you to take home the progressive jackpot. That's not too bad when you can play all pay lines for as little as a quarter per spin.
Paydirt's Cash Prizes
Symbols in Paydirt! slots capture all the aspects of mining. There are lanterns, pick axes, and gold pans worth up to 100 coins. The dog and dynamite pay up to 250 coins. There's also the Paydirt logo that pays up to 200 times your bet. Those symbols all require three matching symbols on a pay line in order to gain a prize.
The rest of the symbols pay a prize with just two matching symbols. These include the mule and mine car at up to 500 coins. The bandit pays up to 1,000, while the miner pays as much as 2,500 coins. The gold mine pays a whopping 10 to 10,000 coins.
Activating the Bonus Features
The gold nugget symbol triggers one of the game's bonuses. When it appears on the second and/or fourth reel, it is a grouped wild and makes it pretty easy to win. Best of all, winning combinations formed with the gold nugget gain a 3x multiplier. That increases the highest prize of 10,000 coins to 30,000 coins. Even the lowest 15-coin prize becomes a rewarding 45 coins.
Paydirt scatters also trigger one of three bonus features. When you get at least three of the Paydirt scatters, you'll get to pick on and gain a bonus. The three bonus features are:
- Gold Fever - Win five free spins with the third reel frozen in place with three gold nugget wilds in place.
- Gold Rush - Win 12 free games with grouped gold nugget wilds available on every reel.
- Strike it Lucky - Pick one of five gold mines and win prizes. Those prizes get added to 10 free games where you gain a second wild symbol.
Paydirt! slots leads to some very impressive payouts. With auto play available, you don't even have to spin the reels all the time. Simply pick the number of spins you want the computer to handle, and it does the rest.