Rainbow Riches: Scratch and Match

Rainbow Riches: Scratch and Match

Rainbow Riches: Scratch and Match Overview


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Rainbow Riches: Scratch and Match review


Rainbow Riches Scratch and Match is a scratch card themed slot machine, with the same features as Classic Rainbow Riches, without the moving reels.

Scratch and Match is a unique take on the traditional Rainbow Riches game that uses a grid of nine squares to reveal the wins anywhere in view, as apposed to any win-lines. Wins are revealed via a virtual scratch panel, similar to what you would find on a National Lottery scratch card. You can either touch the screen to remove the panels, or press auto play for a faster process. Each of the features are what you would expect to find on the regular Rainbow Riches game, with the exception of the wishing wells, the Leprechauns and progressive pots are both present.

As well as the two features, various cash prizes are available for three of a kind mystery symbols. These cash amounts offer up to £10 and range from a minimum of 50p, with various values in between. Because of the low cash awards available, the bigger wins come from reasonably frequent features. These come in the form of the highly sought after progressive pots, and the popular Leprechauns.

Unlike its counterparts, you can only get three Leprechauns, so four and five for enhanced wins are not possible, although the frequency of the Leprechaun feature should be higher, as to should be the progressive pots compared to that of the traditional Rainbow Riches. Each new game is classed as a card, with the stake been either £1 or £2. You are also able to auto-play up to one hundred cards, so you can sit back and relax. The game is pretty boring, with the only excitement coming from the two features. There is also no gamble to liven the game up a little. All in all, it is pretty good due to the higher frequency of the two features, although these can still be very rare.