As soon as the Candy Cottage game loads really creepy music starts to play. A witch greets you with a wicked laugh dressed in her garb. You hear the wheel spin in the background of the music as you play the game or even if you are just sitting idle. The colors are pastel. The game looks like the old cartoons but the colors make it look almost 3D. This game would be good for kids at heart of all ages. The characters include a fat girl with blond ponytails and almost pig face. Then you have 3 egg shapes objects that are probably jellybeans in red, yellow and blue. It looks like 3 pieces of candy are next and then there is a picnic basket with a napkin and loaf of uncut bread. There is also a boy that looks like he has a pig face. And finally, there is a duck character included.
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Candy cottage is written at the top of the play screen. The pay table is on both sides of the words. Once you click the pay table on the left side you see the characters from the game screen and a new one of a peppermint and a piece of chocolate. You don’t want the peppermint because it pays the least of 4 credits. The witch means you win the most with 2500 credits. The girl and boy follow with 750 credits and then the duck with 400 credits. Everything after that is 250 credits or less. On the right had side in the pay table you see what it takes to get the bonus spins and credits. There’s the expanding wild that only shows up on reel 3. For the free spins you’ll see a gingerbread house. If you get 3 or more of them you get 10 free spins with a 3x multiplier. You can also get a bonus round if you get a cage icon 3 or more times.
At the bottom of the pay table screen you see all the different line combinations you can win with. There are a maximum of 20 lines you can play. At the bottom on the right side of the play screen you see your last win and what your balance is. Next to the balance is an icon of a 4 leaf clover. Then the select coin button – select lines button – bet max – auto are in the center with the spin button that looks like a Reese’s peanut butter cup on the left hand side. Above the coin and line buttons it shows you how many coins and lines you picked for your spin. As you click your lines it shows up on the game for you to see. After you spin there is another piece of music that is played. The original music can be annoying but I couldn’t figure out how to turn it down from the game. Once you win, the game shows you the winning lines. The balance window shows the pictures that you won with as well as how much it paid separately. That is really cool.
I got the wild spin in my first try but didn’t win much. And then 10 minutes in I got 10 bonus spins. I won about $50 with the bonus spins. When I finally got the duck he opens his mouth as if he is quaking but there’s no sound. The game would be more interesting if there was sound other than the music. The jelly beans jump up and down when you win them. There is a clanking sound made when you spin the cage icon. The candy pieces spin when you win them. Finally got the cage icon winner and it can be 3 anywhere on the board. The cage drops in the center with the boy locked inside and he is crying. Not the best take on the childhood nursery rhyme. I stopped after 35 minutes of the annoying music and boring game getting on my nerves.