Playtech is pulling out all the stops with the 'What's Cooking' slot machine and are aiming to serve up a lip-smacking banquet of thrilling bonus features and big wins. No culinary skills required; simply select your stake (or should that be steak?), set the reels in motion, and keep your fingers crossed for a tasty win.
Immersive gameplay, animated graphics, an impressive soundtrack, and a bonus game where you're put to the test - what more could you possibly want? Gordon Ramsay eat your heart out! Making a sandwich may seem like a simple ask, but with a choice of six main elements of which trigger a random number of free spins, you'll be spoilt for choice.
Packed into the magnificent 5-reel, 30 win-line engine are numerous features to make your mouth water. Your taste buds will certainly be tingling with the additional progressive jackpot feature - trust us, there's big cash on offer for just $1. Free spins with an accompanying multiplier and wild substitutions are the perfect ingredients for an entertaining slot - which is why you'll find them en masse here.
Powered by Playtech, the award-winning software provider, players can expect edge of their seat entertainment with a side order of big win potential. So, without further ado, let's take a look at what it takes to win - and win big with the What's Cooking slot machine.
Ingredients and a Winning Method
We all want to know the secrets on how to win big, however, there is no foolproof slot strategy to guarantee this. But there are a few things you can do to help maximise your chances of winning and it starts with understanding how the mechanics behind the slot game operate, as presented here on slots.info.
The What's Cooking slot game is what you call a 'medium' variance; it sits somewhere between low and high. High variance slot machines deliver low hit frequency which means wins are few and far between. They don't pay regularly but when they do, they tend to deliver bigger wins. Low variance is the other end of the scale; high hit frequency which means regular low value wins. Playtech's What's Cooking slot falls between the two, so you can either conserve your bankroll with low bets or you can go all-in guns blazing with high roller stakes in the hope of landing a life-changing win.
Talking of life-changing wins, the maximum win offered here is 10,000x your stake, which is remarkable for any level of bet (keep your eyes on the wilds for this to happen). The minimum bet is $3.00, and maximum is an eye-watering $1,500!
Symbols on the reels include that wild we mentioned; this not only has the ability to award the largest base game win, but it also substitutes for all other symbols (bar scatter) to help achieve winning combinations where they may have been missed. Scatter is represented by the chef and awards a multiplier based on the number of symbols in view. The bonus symbol is the cookbook with no monetary value (just the interactive bonus game) and then you'll find the likes of fried food and healthy alternatives on the menu.
The cookbook packed with recipes is the most sought-after symbol on the reels (after the wilds). Land the elusive recipe book on reels 1 and 5 on the same spin to enter the bonus game. Players will now need to create a stunning sandwich for the customers of the eatery, only, you'll need to be careful with the ingredients as these inevitably award the free spins. One wrong ingredient and you could land yourself with only a handful of free games.
Ready to deliver your sandwich? A reward of free games and a multiplier for your efforts will instantly kick-in. If you love side orders, you may want to take advantage of the 'Dollar Ball' progressive jackpot element; this allows players to win more than the stated base game non-progressive jackpot of 10,000x.
This lottery-style bonus game will cost an additional $1 per spin and to win, your numbers must come up. If you find all five of your numbers are drawn, you win that colossal cash sum. Progressive jackpots are super impressive, what with the value rising with every spin of the reels.
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