Shuffle Bots is a Realistic Games slot machine, one where the theme is a weird mix between a disco club night and a bunch of robots which appear to be involved in running the show. The new game from Realistic mostly offers something unique visually, but otherwise it doesn’t have anything new to keep the player’s interest.
You will discover a setup with 20 lines involved in a game area of 5x3 reels. The slot’s major features are the regular ones, so you have wilds, scatters or free spins that you can use. There is nothing special there, but the game’s rewards of $50,000 can still give you a good reason to check it out.
Betting and Prizes
Once you’ve clicked on the Menu button, you will notice a new screen opening up, with a dozen bet values listed on it. They start from $0.20 and they can reach a maximum of $200. That’s a line bet which varies between $0.01 and $10, a fairly normal range for a slot machine.
The potential of the game is not particularly high, with the best wins offered reaching only 250 coins, or up to $2,500. Given the number of lines available, the potential for a single spin is $50,000 (250x the stake).
Another figure that’s giving us an idea of how the game plays out is the RTP, or Return to Player. Announced by Realistic Games at 95.2%, the figure is a little lower than the 96% that most good slots will be at these days.
Shuffle Bots Slot Features
Don’t go in expecting any huge features from Shuffle Bots. The game keeps things quite simple and there is nothing new being used here. You get wilds and free spins, and that’s pretty much it.
For starters, if you check out the symbol with the multi-colored letters, the one spelling WILD, you’re going to have the substitute. It’s not a surprise, given the word being spelled out. You have this symbol on all reels, and depending on where it lands and which other symbols are next to it, you may get help from it in forming some new combination, or it may even pay you directly for a combo of five wilds. It’s one of the two symbols capable of paying the big prize, of 250 coins, for one combo.
Second, there will also be a Bonus Glitter Ball symbol in play, one which is required to appear a certain number of times in order to get you a feature or a cash reward. What is different about it is that with 3 scatters you get 5 free spins, with 4 you get 10 spins, while with 5 you get a cash prize of up to $50,000 (250x the stake). There are no free spins offered if you get the 5 scatters, only the prize. I’m not complaining, that is already the maximum potential payout for the game in one round.
Theme & Design
Shuffle Bots isn’t quite a dancing themed slot machine, and it’s not entirely about robots either. The graphics are cute whenever the robots get involved, being very well designed, but the Royals are seen quite often as well and they’re not nearly as interesting. Overall, a decent looking game, but like its features, slightly on the boring side.
Shuffle Bots has potential thanks to the idea of the dancing robots, but it’s not very visible on the reels and the features are boring.