There’s a real blingy feel to the visuals in Wild Chase: Tokyo Go. Set against a backdrop filled with skyscrapers, you’ll see a selection of symbols associated with the super rich. In order of value are bottles of champagne, diamond rings, luxury watches, stacks of gold bars and pouches full of gemstones. They’re joined by the 4 members of the Wild Chase gang. The flame-haired woman and the dapper man are the top payers. They both award 5 times your total stake if you land 5 in combination. There’s also a wild.
Respins with every win
The gameplay here is unusual. The action starts on a set of 3x3x4x4x5 reels. Land a winner and you’ll be awarded the Respin on any Win feature. You will then get a free spin with the winning symbols shifting 1 reel to the left for that respin on an expanded 90 ways to win machine. If that respin results in a winner, the process is repeated. Respins 2, 3 and 4 take place on reels that offer 154, 164 or 259 ways to win.
The Super Respin feature is activated if you land 4 wins in a row. The winning symbols from that 4th respin lock in place and a streak respin follows. These continue as long as a new matching symbol or wild joins the original winning combination. After a winless spin, the reels go back to their original state.
As usual for a Quickspin slot game, the comic book design in Wild Chase: Tokyo Go is superbly realised, backed by a pulsing soundtrack. The energetic gameplay matches the slick sound and visuals. Yes, it’s a little unusual but it can deliver some top action if you manage to get on a winning run and bring the Super Respin feature into play.
It’s volatile too with the variance in the high category. This latest instalment in the Wild Chase franchise is an enjoyable one. And with potential awards of up to 2,757 times your stake, it can be a Tokyo trip to remember. If you want a fast-paced adventure though, Wheels ‘N Reels from Playtech is your best bet.