Think that classic slots are nothing but boring, old games with outdated graphics and no bonus features? Well Super Nudge 6000 will make you think again. With a picture-perfect presentation, two sets of reels, and nudges galore, this cool slot has enough to keep you playing for quite a bit of time. It may even convert you to a classic slot fanatic!
The nudge feature is one of the more popular ones found in the classic slot world, and Super Nudge 6000 takes nudging to another level. Players start things off by playing a regular 3-reel, 5 payline slot with no nudges. If successful there, those who like risk (or cool features) can opt to move to the upper 3-reel, 5 payline slot where nudges are activated. Aside from this unusual style of gameplay, the game also offers up a nearly perfect presentation highlighted by outstanding graphics and solid effects.
How to play Super Nudge 6000
It may be styled like an old-school game, but learning how to control this one is more tricky than playing just about any other classic slot out there. Nevertheless, it is not a difficult undertaking. Start things off the way you would any other game - make your bet and select the number of paylines before spinning the reels by pushing either the "spin" or "max bet" buttons.
Things get interesting if you win on the first reel. Those who are happy with their winnings can click the "collect" button to take home their prize; those who want more should proceed to the upper slot where more is put on the line. If you choose to do this, select whether you wish to put 20, 40, or 60 coins on the line. Note that you get more nudges when you select higher coin amounts. The "super nudges," as they are known, are applied automatically after each spin. Each is done with the goal of maximizing your winnings.
Information on payout rate (RTP)
Super Nudge 6000 has a payout rate that ranges from criminal at the low end to quite generous at the high end, and choices you make while playing can make all the difference. First up, make sure you always wager the maximum 10 coins when playing this game. If you don't and you only elect to wager 1 coin, you're limiting yourself to a pathetic payout rate of only 74.9%. Assuming that you do play 10 coins, your payout rate ranges between 93.2% and 96.8%. Like Net Entertainment's other "skill-based" fruit machines, Jackpot 6000 and Mega Joker, there is supposedly some skill involved in knowing when to collect your winnings from the Supermeter mode. If you do this optimally you will maximise your RTP at 96.8%. However there are no clues given as to what the optimal strategy might be, so you're pretty much left to swing in the dark on this one.