Triple Triple Gold Slots

How many times can the word 'triple' be used in a slot title? Answer - at least twice, if WGS Technology has anything to do with it! The Triple Triple Gold game has won a few fans thanks to the features it offers, and if you have heard of the Triple Gold game from the same outfit, you may guess this is something of a sequel to that.

But is it better than the original? Read our review, play the game and see what you think.

How many paylines and reels?

Most of the triple games in this series from WGS Technology work on the basis of three reels, and this one carries on the tradition, offering a single line to win on as well.

Coin values in Triple Triple Gold

If you were expecting to have bet options between one cent and ten dollars, you won't be disappointed. And do they have more coins than just one to be played as well? Yes, they do, with an opportunity to bet two or three instead if you like.

Triple Triple Gold special icons

These games usually have an oval-shaped wild that takes on the logo of the game being played. This one is no different, with the green and gold colorings easy to spot on the reels. When this appears, it can substitute for everything - and we mean everything - else on the reels.

While the wilds in these games usually bring good multipliers, this game surely has the best of the lot. A winning line completed by one wild brings up a x9 multiplier to vastly increase the usual prize you'd win. But there is more than that on offer here, too.

If you are fortunate enough to get a winning combination with the assistance of two wild icons, your prize is multiplied by… wait for it… x81! That's because the wilds are multiplied together, and if you remember your math, you'll know 9 x 9 equals 81.

Can you locate a bonus feature?

No, this game is all about going wild over the wilds!

Be sure to download and play Triple Triple Gold for prizes today!

If we had to pick a favorite triple-related slot from WGS Technology, we would need to pick this one. We love the others as well, but really - an x81 multiplier?! Who wouldn't love the chance of winning big with that?