Tipping Point Slot Review
Tipping Point slots first appeared on Sky Vegas as a sister game to Tipping Point Bingo which had launched on Sky Bingo. Surprisingly the game didn’t last too long with Sky but the slots game has since re-launched on 32Red. It joins other ITV inspired exclusive slots such as The Cube and I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here on the platform.
How To Play Tipping Point Slots
The Tipping Point game loads up with little fanfare. The 5 reels are set upon the counter machine and it boasts 243 paylines. Wagering on the game starts at 30p a spin but this can be increased up to a maximum of £12. There are autoplay settings within the slot which can be used to set loss limits, win limits and other options. Under new UKGC rules we expect that the autoplay feature will soon be removed as part of their approach to responsible gambling.
On the reels you’ll find a selection of symbols including playing card suits (spades, hearts, diamonds, clubs), various coloured tokens (bronze, silver, gold, platinum), a Tipping Point wild symbol and a Scatter. The latter is the highest paying symbol and will pay out a hefty x480 for five of a kind. The Tipping Point symbol as the next best symbol only pays out x40!
The Sky Vegas version of Tipping Point has a number of features including a jackpot builder. However at 32Red the only features are stacked wilds and scatters. In the base game and free spins the wild substitutes for all symbols except scatter. If you get two scatters in any position on a spin then this results in a random cash prize. Meanwhile 3, 4 or 5 scatters triggers a free spins feature. You can choose 1 of 4 options – red, blue, green or yellow spins – represented by four contestants. Each contestant offers varying numbers of free spins, multipliers and stack counter symbols.
The Spin On Tipping Point Slots
When we reviewed the original game from Core Gaming we said that as “a slot we didn’t quite get the excitement or enjoyment that we’d hoped for” and to be fair this version is pretty much the same. Other than the occasional musical elements this could be any slot game. The bonus round could easily have included a counter drop game but instead the developers have played safe with free spins. Only the graphics of players at the start of the bonus round is of interest. Tipping Point Slots is exclusive to 32Red – you can take it for a trial spin in demo mode – let us know what you think.