Play Your Cards Right is one of the more successful TV shows that Fremantle has based a game on, compared to some others which have been based on far less successful shows. Play Your Cars Right was a highly successful game show that ran in Britain from the 1980 until the 2000s.
Play Your Cards Right Online Pokie Theme and Graphics
Being based on the TV show; the designers have tried to convey this through the visual style of the game. The background of Play Your Card Right online pokie is a television studio and looks fairly good, but like some other Fremantle games, there just isn’t much imagination. This results in a slightly bland look which may bother some players.
The symbols are fairly generic as well, although they are inspired from the show, being made up almost exclusively of playing cards. The only cards that are not playing cards are the Bonus cards; even the Wild is represented by a Joker.
Play Your Cards Right Features
With five reels and 15 paylines, the base game is fairly standard. Like many of the Fremantle products, the bonus rounds are where the fun happens. There are two different bonus rounds available to the player; both offer some pretty good payouts.
The first is called the Grand Final Bonus, activated by getting three Grand Final Scatters on the reels. You will have to progress through a board of hidden cards, guessing if the next card will have a higher or lower value than the one you are currently on. Making it to the end of each row will win you a 2x, 5x and 10x multiplier.
Next up there is the Double Chance Bonus, which plays similarly to the Grand Final Bonus game. The difference here is that above the reels in the game is a Blue counter and red counter. The value of these counters increases every time you landed one of these counter symbols on the reels. The bonus game will allow you to compete for this prize value, first playing for the red counter and then the blue, if you failed.
Play Your Cards Right Conclusions
After playing this Fremantle product for some time, I can say that I definitely enjoyed Play Your Cards Right, although it isn’t the best game I’ve played from this developer. The restrained visual style is a slight issue but overall, it is still an enjoyable experience. Give it a try if you get the chance.