The Ring the Bells game can be found at casinos offering Play ‘n Go software. Play ‘n Go are a growing provider in the industry and have a rapidly expanding portfolio of both slots games and clients. They do offer a full casino platform, but primarily seem to be used as a bolt on package for extra slots games. Play ‘n Go do publish the Return to Player (RTP)/House Edge information for their slots games within the game help files. As such we know that the house edge for Ring the Bells is 2.97%.
The Ring the Bells game is made up of 3 reels, each one 3 symbols high. There are 8 paylines, playing vertically, horizontally and diagonally.
Bonus – The game’s bonus symbols are the “Bell” and the “Triple Gold Bars”.
Scatter – The Scatter symbol is the “Gold Ring”.
Bell Mode – Collect five of the “Bell” symbols to trigger the “Bell Mode” bonus feature. During this bonus you are awarded a random number of free spins and the “Bell” symbols becomes a Scatter. 9 “Bell” symbols will now win you 150 times the bet. The free spins cannot be re-triggered.
Gold Bars – Collect 3 of the “Triple Gold Bars” on any of the 8 paylines to add to the bonus meter at the top left side of the screen.
Scatter – If you reveal 3 or more golden rings circling symbols across the reels then you trigger the game’s jackpot. 3 rings will trigger the “Tasty Jackpot” on the bronze wheel and a chance to win up to 15 times your bet. 4 rings will randomly trigger either the “Tasty Jackpot” or the “Luxury Jackpot” and a chance to win up to 60 times your bet on the silver wheel. 5 rings will randomly trigger either the “Luxury Jackpot” or the “Dream Chance Jackpot” and a chance to win up to 300 times your bet.
Gamble – Winning lines can be gambled to gain an increased win. When you win you have the option to keep the win or try to double it. If you want to double your win, you have to choose from 4 tiles. Two will win and two will lose you your bet.
Ring the Bells is a game with quite a few features but lacks any aesthetic quality. Essentially, what you have here is substance over style and simplicity over complexity. If you like a game that offers some variety but is straight forward to play, then this might just be for you. The house edge is good value, so other than the lack of imaginative design there’s not too much to criticise here.