Throughout Autumn, the big wins kept on rolling in at Caxino, capped off by a massive €97,119 win on Cygnus, which was covered in its own article back in August.
Finland remains the luckiest country with three of the top ten Monetary Wins - including that epic Cygnus 2 win, which tops both charts - and near total dominance of the Multiplier Wins too, with seven out of ten.
With its unique gravity mechanic - which sees symbols tumble onto the grid, like real physical objects - Cygnus 2 puts a scientific spin on classic cascading symbols action that fits its astronomic theme. Consecutive cascades can see the grid filled up to 8 rows high for a max of 262,144 ways to win. The game also features rising multipliers, a free spins round where multipliers become persistent, and a 50,000x win potential, which this win - lofty though it may be - barely scraped.
Crystal Ball - Gamomat
Gamomat’s classic Crystal Ball conjured up the goods once again, with a 1395x win, turning a €50 bet into €69,750. The action is mostly simple, old-school fare - great for players who prefer a basic approach. The game’s scatter symbols pay out instant prizes of up to 200x, as well as activating the free spins round, where special expanding symbols can help to guide you on your way to reaching the game’s max win of 5,000x.
The Falcon Huntress - Thunderkick
A fresh, non-Egyptian take on Book of Ra-style action, The Falcon Huntress features expanding wins in both its re-triggerable bonus game and on random spins during the base game. This stylish game swept down on a x1939 win this July, turning a €20 bet into €38,790 prize.
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Zeus vs. Hades - Gods of War
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Diamond Stacker Multipays - Stakelogic
A game that strips the action back to the bare essentials. With no bonus symbols, scatters, or wilds, Diamond Stacker Multipays proves the point that the bare essence of the slot game can still stand on its own as a compelling gameplay experience without all the more modern trappings of the genre. Last month, the game delivered x13,000 of its x14,000 potential for one lucky Norwegian player.
Jammin’ Jars - Push Gaming
The ever-popular Jammin’s Jars delivered the goods once again with a x10,704 win. The game exemplifies cascading symbol and cluster pay-based fun at its best. The Rainbow Feature can trigger on any non-winning spin, dropping giant fruit symbols on the grid when it does. The free spins round, though starting with only 6 spins, can be quite spectacular, with cascades keeping the action ramping up to surprising heights.
Retro Tapes - Push Gaming
Something of a spiritual successor to Jammin’ Jars, Retro Tapes nonetheless asserts itself with its own strong 80s synth flavour and unique gameplay quirks. Wild Tapes come with multipliers and stick to the board for the next round, while Wild Multipliers spread their goodness to other symbols and Magnets pull a randomly selected symbol type to their position to create winning clusters.