Numero Uno Review
Numero Uno is a future release from Games Global. It’s going to be a slot machine, one that uses graphics that are inspired by the world of wrestling. It’s a colorful design, which takes us next to the ring, and the heroes are various dogs and chickens, each one dressed as a different wrestler.
It’s going to be a slot with 5 reels, and you will find 243 ways to win there. Rewards of up to 2,113x the stake are promised, while the RTP will be set to 95.22%. A couple of features to look forward to, including scatters, stacked wilds, rolling reels, or free spins with a progressive multiplier.
Betting and Prizes
Numero Uno’s bets start from the RM0.20 minimum, but you may get all the way up to RM120 per spin if you can afford it.
It doesn’t look like the greatest top payout ever, since a return of 2,113x the stake is the only one mentioned. The RTP isn’t impressive either, only 95.22%, and it likely explains why this high volatility slot doesn’t pay better.
Numero Uno Game Features
One of the core mechanics in Numero Uno is the one with Rolling Reels. It’s common these days, but quite powerful, as it removes the symbols that already got you paid, and brings new ones in. There is a chance that you will create new combinations then, and this will allow the Rolls to keep coming as well.
A bit of help can come from the stacked wilds which are added to the middle three reels (2-4). They’re useful as substitutes for regular symbols.
A random Wild Showdown will turn one of the middle three reels into a full wild, guaranteeing you a prize for that round (no cascades to keep the streak going though).
There will be free spins present as well, anywhere from 15 to 25 rounds in total. With 3 to 5 scatters on the reels, you can get paid up to 250x the stake. As you go through the Rolling Reels each round, the multiplier goes up each time, with the fifth one bringing you 10x boosts to wins. Unfortunately, the multiplier goes back to 1x at the end of each free spin.
Theme & Design
It’s a part dog-themed slot machine, partly inspired by Mexican wrestling, so you just know that it’s going to end up a special game. The background shows the crowds and the ring, while on the reels you find some Royals along with images of chickens and several dog wrestlers.
Numero Uno looks like it could be fun, particularly once you get the free spins going, and you can take advantage of the progressive multipliers. Otherwise, I wouldn’t expect anything here that you couldn’t get somewhere else, and the mix of low RTP and disappointing jackpot isn’t one that would make anyone play it in the long run.