Red Flush offers hundreds of unique slot titles for their Canadian user base and continues to add titles month after month. Some of these titles amaze and delight, some like their latest addition from gaming development giant Microgaming, fall short of anything close to entertaining or so the early reviews would have you believe. Time to put that sentiment to the test. I played 100 spins of the slot for myself and here is what I found…
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What you need to know
Karoke Party was released in August, 2016 and features a 5×3-reel format with 9 paylines. Players will be looking to compete for the slot’s 150,000-coin jackpot that will only be accessible via the Free Spins feature utalising the maximum bet amount. In addition to the slot’s Free Spins bonus feature, the slot also offers a Wild symbol and a Gamble feature as additional bonus features. On the surface of it, Karoke Party’s simply underwhelming feature list does not bode well for the slot’s overall playability.
100 Spins of boredom
The basic premise of slot gameplay is that allowing for the thousands of options available to the average player, the slots gameplay does not give it enough of a distinction to ensure entertaining play. As a result, a slot requires either an exciting theme, beautiful graphics, nostalgic emotions associated with a branded slot, or interesting bonus features. Karoke Party fails to deliver on any of those basic requirements for entertainment and the slot thus, falls flat. My 100 Spins ended with moderate losses and not a single Free Spins activated (the only feature that had any chance of redeeming it).