There is only a bonus figure in the classical sense: the Scatter Star. This figure grants, very generously, some great instant wins. Three figures pay 800 credits, four figures pay 8000, and five figures pay a big 100,000 credits. The Gamble specialty will make you double or quadruple your prize. Pick the color of the cards (black or red) lying face down on the deck in front of you to double your prize, or choose between four suits (diamond, heart, club or spade) to quadruple your wins!
A glance at the paytable will assist you to understand which of the fruit figures is worth most. At the bottom of the bar, you’ll see the smaller fruits ( oranges, cherries, plums, and lemons) with the highest prize of 1000 credits for five hits on the reel. The grapes and the melons pay better, with 2000 credits for five matches on the spindle and a minimum win of 200 credits for three hits. The Bar figure is getting with 3000 credits for five hits and a minimum of 400 credits for three hits; surely, you will want to place the Red Seven figure which provides you 10,000 credits for five matches, with at least of 40 credits for only two hits.
Playing Bells on Fire
Be careful, though, because of the Wild figure exchanges for all the figures on the reels with the only exception being the Scatter symbol.
Sit back and press the Auto Start button to have Bells on Fire and the wins being set on its 40 paylines. The retro touch of Bells on Fire will definitely not stop you from making huge wins, especially as its classic symbols settle perfectly into place. The paytable is obtainable via a small drop-down menu at the top of the screen from where you can also manage the slot sound effects.
Bells on Fire set the reels alight, thanks to its various winning paylines and the opportunity to give you big wins. The high prize – loading the reels with Red Sevens – is forced to keep you caught onto Bells on Fire in the hope of catching the Big One!