Billy’s Game also sticks to a classic gameplay pattern and offers relatively few options to the players in terms of customization. The game matrix is small and contains only 3 reels. Instead of paylines, all combinations appearing on the screen will pay from left to right. That being said, the small reel set only allows for 27 different ways to win at every turn. As a result, all you have to do before spinning the reels is choose a wager to place. Remember that both the size of this wager and the type of symbols that line up will determine the amount of your future cash rewards. After a win on the reels, you have the possibility to double or even quadruple your reward. To do that, guess either the colour or suit of a hidden card in the optional mini gamble game that follows, or collect your reward directly to proceed to the next spin immediately. To speed up the game a little, turn on the autostart mode and the reels will keep on spinning on their own until you decide to switch back to the regular game mode.
The paytable of Billy’s Game is a classic array of well-known symbols. The rewards we will mention here are all based on a bet of 10 credits, just to give you an idea of what each combination is worth. The bar signs (double and triple), bells and red sevens close the basic symbol menu. You can win up to 100 credits for long seven combinations across the reels, which is already more interesting but still quite modest in comparison to other slot games. The most common symbols of the game are the plums, cherries, lemons and oranges. You will be able to score many combinations with these symbols throughout the game, but their rewards will only amount to a handful of credits every time.