Take 5
Release 01-09-2014
Take 5 Screenshot
01-09-2014

Take 5

About Take 5

Take 5 video slot from Gamomat and Bally Wulff is a classic slot game with very few features. It’s really straightforward to play, and you can get spinning without needing to read lots of details. Still, you can find all the information about the Take 5 game in our Take 5 slot review.

Take 5 Screenshots

How the video slot works

The game is based on classic fruit machines with a 3×3 grid and just five paylines. Before you spin, choose how much you want to bet. There are lots of different options between 250 and 50,000 coins per spin.

You’ll need to match three of any of the eight symbols across a line to land a win. Symbols include blue gems, cherries, lemons, oranges, plums bells, stars and 7s. The lowest paying symbol is the blue gem which pays out back your stake while the highest paying are the 7s which pay 200x your stake.

There are no Take 5 free spins to unlock in the game, but there’s the main bonus feature called the win repeater. The win repeater is the only Take 5 bonus feature in the game, but it can allow you to land a massive win and the maximum jackpot.

The win repeater triggers if you fill the reels with the same symbols. This will give you a chance to repeat your win up to four times, potentially giving you a 4x multiplier to your win.

Game Facts

Release date 01-09-2014
Paylines 5
Volatility
medium
Bonus rounds
Free spins no

About Gamomat

Gamomat

FAQ

What kind of special features can you expect?

The game’s only special feature is the win repeater bonus. Here you can get a potential 4x win multiplier if you land nine identical symbols on a single spin.

Are there any limitations when playing on a mobile device?

No, the game is optimised for mobile users to enjoy. You don’t need to download any special software to play Take 5 online slot on your mobile or tablet. It loads fast and looks great on all devices.

What is the RTP factor of Take 5?

The game has an RTP factor of 96.11%. Volatility is rated as medium.

Closing Thoughts on Take 5

Take 5 is a very simple classic slot game with not a lot going for it. Whilst it works well and isn’t terrible to play, it’s also not particularly interesting. The design is boring and uninspired, and with only one bonus feature, there aren’t that many reasons to keep playing for long. The win repeater is a fun idea but landing it is extremely rare.

The one saving grace of the game is the relatively big payouts of some of the symbols and the medium volatility. Try the game out for yourself by checking out the demo. You can play risk-free and decide for yourself whether it’s worth playing for real money.

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