Penny Slots slot machine is dedicated to the world currencies. It is a simple game with 3 reels, one payline and easy rules. Each rotation can add to your account sums of up to 150 credits. This slot uses 7 symbols that are represented by coins of different countries.

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How to play Penny Slots

If you don`t like games with complex settings, then Penny Slots will definitely catch your fancy. The size of the total bet is the only adjustable parameter in this slot machine, which is changed by using the Bet button and can equal to 1 or 2 credits. It is very easy to learn the winnings for one or another combination. The pay table is located to the right of the reels. The middle column shows the winnings for the bet of 1 credit, and in the far right you will find winnings for 2 credits.

To win, you must collect three identical coins on the line located in the middle part of the playing field. You can start a round by using the Spin button. The Max button allows you to place 2 credits with one click. The button with the image of the loudspeaker allows you to turn the sound on and off.

Symbols and winnings

A square coin with Elizabeth II is the most valuable symbol of Penny Slots. It brings you winnings of 75 and 150. The yen brings you winnings of 30 and 60 credits. For combinations of euros you can get 15 and 30. The peso guarantees winnings of 10 and 20. The remaining coins bring the following winnings:

  • British pennies — 5, 10
  • Canadian cent — 2, 4
  • American cent — 1, 2

How to win in Penny Slots

In Penny Slots, there is no need for complex strategies. Like the classic one-armed bandits, this video slot offers you to bank on luck. However, a player can heed the following advice. He needs to gradually increase the bet until a highly paid combination of icons appears on the reels.

Square coin with Elizabeth II75, 150
Yen30, 60
Euro15, 30
Peso10, 20
British pennies5, 10
Canadian cent2, 4
American cent1, 2

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