In Miami Multiplier by Hacksaw Gaming, you will be taken to somewhere between a nightclub and a beach. LED strip lights decorate every symbol in the game, reminiscent of a fun night out, while the coconut trees conjure up the sunniest coastline. Whether it’s night or day, you can be sure to find multipliers everywhere!
Betting Options and Bonus Features
Miami Multiplier is clearly made with the concept of mobile slots in mind since the layout is 4x4 and combined with the slot’s name on top, it fits perfectly in a vertical phone screen. The default RTP is similar to most modern slots at 96.3%, while the max win is 5,000x the bet. Although the game looks very pretty with its LED aesthetics, it is not exactly for the faint of heart because of the high volatility.
The slot certainly earns the ‘Miami’ in its name: you have symbols like cocktails, coconut trees, pineapples, and ice cream - all pointing towards a great time on Miami’s famous beaches. Players will be glad to know that Miami Multiplier has up to 4,096 paylines, thanks to the fact that symbols just need to be adjacent to each other for a win to form. And it’s the classic coconut tree symbol that pays the highest (6x the stakes for a full line).
If the name hasn’t said it all, Miami Multiplier is all about the multipliers. In the base game, aside from the Wild symbol, players can land multiplier symbols that will add 1x to the total for each multiplier symbol. This total multiplier will then apply on the current win of that spin.
However, in the bonus round, the total multiplier will keep its value until the end of the Free Spins feature, meaning you can keep stacking multipliers until it reaches 60x! To enter this round, you need to land 3 Scatter symbols for 8 spins or 4 scatter symbols for 15 spins.
It's quite a simple yet entertaining experience to play Miami Multiplier, but for a few flaws. I personally enjoy the beachy vibe and the heavy focus on multipliers since it is arguably the most satisfying mechanic in slots.
That being said, the game, for some reason, shows your winning in full screen after every win no matter how small the prize is. This may be fun for someone who just started playing slots but for the majority of players, it slows the gameplay down in the most unnecessary way: NO ONE wants to see they just won 0.2x in full screen. Finally, only 8 free spins for the bonus game is rather low in my opinion considering the Free Spins round is not that crazy.