16 Coins slot REVIEW
16 Coins ReviewIt’s been interesting to follow the Coins™ range from Wazdan so far, and 16 Coins™ follows closely in the footsteps of the predecessor releases. The cosmic green backdrop makes this game stick out a bit, however, and you cannot win anything in the base game as usual. The sole aim of the base game is therefore to trigger the Hold the Jackpot Bonus Game, and this is done by filling the 4 central positions with bonus symbols.
The Cash Infinity™ symbol can help you out in that regard, and there are plenty of special symbols that you will benefit from as the feature plays out. You can choose your preferred spin speed, volatility level, and ante bet level from 3 choices, which makes 16 Coins™ a highly customizable and flexible experience. Filling the Hold the Jackpot grid with bonus symbols cracks the 1,000x potential, but you can win solid amounts from bonus symbols as well.
16 Coins™ Slot - Reels Screen
16 Coins™ Slot Features
The first thing you need to consider when playing 16 Coins™ is the Chance Level ante bet feature. It’s off by default, and it comes with 3 settings in addition to off. You can thus choose to pay 2x, 4x, or 6x more per spin, and your Hold the Jackpot Bonus Game chances are increased by the same amount. You can also choose both volatility and game speed from 3 settings.
There are no pay symbols in this game, only bonus symbols, and all winnings happen in the Hold the Jackpot Bonus Game. You need 4 bonus symbols in the 4 central positions to trigger the feature, and the Cash Infinity symbol can help you out in that regard. It remains sticky until the end of the next bonus round no matter which position it lands in, and it pays between 5x and 10x your stake.
The Hold the Jackpot Bonus Game plays out on a 16 positions grid, and you start with 3 respins. Only blanks and different bonus symbols will appear during the feature, and new bonus symbols become sticky in addition to the triggering symbols. This resets the respins tally each time, and regular cash bonus symbols come with prizes between 1x and 5x your stake.
You can also land Mini, Minor, and Major bonus symbols, and they are worth 10x, 20x, and 50x your stake, respectively. The Collector symbol accumulates the prize value from all present cash and cash infinity symbols, and the total sum is then boosted by a multiplier between x1 and x20. The regular Mystery Symbol can turn into any bonus symbol except the cash infinity symbol, and the Jackpot Mystery symbol will reveal 1 of the 3 above-mentioned jackpots.
All cash values are summed up when you run out of respins, and this ends the Hold the Jackpot round. If you manage to fill all 16 positions with sticky bonus symbols of any kind, however, you win the Grand Jackpot worth 1,000x your stake. This is also the game’s hard-capped max win, so all other winnings are forfeited if this happens.
The Bonus Buy menu is available in some jurisdictions, but not in the UK for sure. It comes with 5 options in this game, and these are as follows:
Low volatility - pay 50x to get 3 regular cash symbols, as well as 1 Cash Infinity symbol.
Standard volatility - pay 75x for the same as the above, plus a Mystery Symbol.
High volatility - pay 100x for the same as the above, plus an extra Cash Infinity symbol.
Extreme volatility - pay 150x for 5 Cash Infinity symbols, 1 Mystery Symbol, and 1 Jackpot Mystery symbol.
Double Extreme volatility - pay 300x for the same as the above, plus 1 extra Mystery Symbol.
The 200 Spins 16 Coins™ Slot Experience
You get a brief taste of the base game, before we purchase and trigger the Double Extreme Hold the Jackpot Bonus Game at 0:28 into the 2:05-minute highlights video. You can see for yourself how it all played out by hitting the play button below.
We are starting to wonder how many coins this Wazdan series is gonna end up with if this keeps up. However, there is still space to expand the grid for a few more installments before they run into interesting dilemmas in that regard. The 4x4 grid you get in this game is the biggest difference from the previous 15 Coins™, and the green backdrop makes the visual presentation stand out a bit as well.
You only need 4 bonus symbols to trigger the main attraction, however, which paradoxically is one less than in the previous installment. You can choose between 3 volatility levels, as usual, and the Hold the Jackpot Bonus Game comes with “the usual suspects” as well. The Collector symbol is one to cross your fingers for, as it can really make a dent if you’re lucky with the multiplier. The 1,000x potential is the same as in the previous game as well, which is a tad disappointing, but 16 Coins™ is still an enjoyable installment in the series.
16 Coins Slot FAQs
What is the RTP of 16 Coins™?
The 16 Coins™ RTP of 96.18 % is a bit above the industry average. What’s more, you don’t have to worry about customizable RTP ranges.
How volatile is 16 Coins™?
You can choose your preferred volatility setting from 3 options as usual, and these are low, standard, and high.
What is the biggest win possible?
You can win up to 1,000x your stake in 16 Coins™, and this is most likely done by filling the grid with bonus symbols in the Hold the Jackpot feature.
Is there a free spins mode in 16 Coins™?
Yes, the Hold the Jackpot Bonus Game triggers from 4 bonus symbols in the central positions on the base game grid, and it comes with jackpot, cash, and cash infinity symbols. In addition, you can land Collector multiplier symbols, and mystery and mystery jackpot symbols.
How many winning ways are available?
There are no win ways in this game, as you cannot win anything in the base game except the Hold the Jackpot Bonus Game.
Can I play 16 Coins™ Slot for free?
Yes, you can check the free demo game at the very top of this page (UK players must verify age first). Up there, you will also find casinos we have confirmed to carry this title.