Slingo Racing Review

It seems fitting that the latest addition to the Slingo stable should launch during Cheltenham week. Slingo Racing is the name of the game and it comes from Rogue Gaming who have been the tour de force behind other versions such as Slingo Starburst, Lobstermania and the excellent Fire & Ice. Like many of the better versions of the slots meet bingo game, Slingo Racing brings together elements that create a unique but still very familiar game. On one hand you have the usual 5x5 grid where the aim of the game is to create winning lines, whilst on the other there's a race track running around the grid where your selected horse aims to collect multipliers and possibly a jackpot prize.

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Slingo Racing has a green grass background and places the familiar 5x5 grid slap bang in the centre of the screen. The numbers reel is located beneath the grid. Around the outside is a three track racecourse represented by three colours, red, blue and green. There are three horses at the start line waiting for the off. Multipliers occupy the closing stages of the track whilst the paytable is neatly laid out either side of the grid. The game buttons are located at the right of screen. Wageringon this version of Slingo, which can be set by selecting the gold cash button, starts at 20p. This can be increased up to a maximum of £100. The minimum and maximum wager may vary from site to site.

How To Play Slingo Racing

In addition to being able to set the wager you can also use the in-game options of Slingo Racing to number of extra spins, maximum extra spin price, total single game stake and total single game loss. These are useful tools to help you keep within your wagering boundaries. The aim of any Slingo game is to get lines - horizontal, vertical or diagonal - of five numbers. The more lines you complete the higher the prize you can win. Once you start the game the spins are automatic so you don't need to keep hitting the spin button. Before you can play Slingo Racing you first need to select one of three horses - red, blue or green (although they do have fun names like Usain Colt and My Mane Man). Each horse has different volatility therefore different multipliers. For example the red horse can win multipliers up to x1000. Each spin generates up to 5 different coloured numbers - each number that is marked off the grid also sees the horse of the respective colour move around the track.

Extra Spins

Helping you to complete lines are the usual wilds and super wilds. Note that not every square will turn into a coloured shirt - sometimes they become horseshoes. At the start of the race you have 10 spins but like other versions of Slingo you may be invited to spin on after the base game concludes and any free spins used. You must have at least one Slingo to be able to wager on on a particular grid and have just 40 turns available. The horses continue around the track as you wager on. Once you've accumulated at least two lines on Slingo Racing then you've won a cash prize. The more lines you create the bigger the prize. Your prize can also be increased if your chosen horse ends the game on a multiplier square. Multipliers of the other two horses don't count in your game.

Win Up To x1000 Your Wager

The prizes you can win from creating lines are all cash prizes and prizes start at two slingos. The lowest prize you can win is x1 the wager and this increases to x500 for a full house. In comparison to recent additions to the Slingo stable these isn't the most generous of paytables. However as mentioned you can also win with the racing element of the game. The green horse starts at x0.2 and increases to x200 your wager, the blue horse has a x1 to x500 multiplier range whilst the higher volatile red horse offers wins from x4 to x1000. If you'd like to try playing Slingo Racing without worrying about how much you're wagering then we suggest playing the demo version for free.

The Verdict On Slingo Racing Review

In our review of Fire & Ice we said that "future Slingo games need to be as good or better" so does Racing hit the mark? The good news is it does as once again it takes the familiar Slingo game and makes it a lot more interesting. If you don't believe just try Slingo Racing then head to Foxy Bingo for their branded version of the base game. The racing theme is a simple twist but it's wholly effective in creating something exciting. It introduces an extra element to the game - which horse do you choose - and then will it come in for you on top of getting those Slingos. We don't know if there's any strategy involved or whether it's worth always punting for one horse over another. In typical racing fashion it seems that whichever horse you select it's always slower than the others. Overall this is another fine addition to the Slingo stable.

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