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Live the lifestyle of a pimp with Pimped a rap inspired game with 5 reels and 10 paylines from Play N Go. Some of the symbols look like ultra-famous rappers such as Snoop Dogg and the rest are all linked to wealth with stacks of dollar bills a dollar sign and gold rings!

Pimped: The Online Slots Game with a Difference

This hip-hop-inspired free slots game from Play N Go is the first of its kind. The symbols bear an uncanny likeness to the old favourites, with the most noticeable being Snoop Dogg. The overall feel is definitely one of wealth and fortune, with symbols including rolls of dollar bills, rings and a gold dollar sign. Pimped features a multi-layered soundtrack, with synth tunes accompanied by deep bass notes and topped off with the cheers of the background audience. The music fades out between spins, but the volume is jacked up during the excitement of play. The professional graphics look great, from the animations to the glitzy symbols. The Win Spins feature is where the larger wins can be accumulated. The animation sees dollars raining down, representative of the fact that there will be a win at every spin during this round. It starts with five spins but there is the chance of more when players hit the big dollar symbols, which trigger two extra spins each time.

Play Set Up

This is a ten-line slots game with five reels and symbols reaching across three rows. Players can select the number of lines they wish to play each time, but it works best if they stick to the maximum, especially because of the stacked wild feature. Players can also customise the coin value, as well as the number of coins staked per line. The top bet is $2 coins per line across the full ten lines; this amounts to $100 per spin. There is also an autospin feature for a maximum of 50 spins which players can use if they choose. The Wild Knuckle Duster is the top-value symbol and will pay out 200 for four matches on a line and 1000 for five. It does not substitute for the scatter but will replace all other base symbols. The Snoop Dog lookalike will pay out 750 for five on the reels and the hat-wearing guy pays 500. Then there are the dancing ladies for 400, and the ring and the dollar bills each pay 250. In addition to these, there are the themed card symbols, which all pay out slightly smaller sums but will show up more frequently. The animated Scatter Golden Dollar signs will set off the Win Spins feature.

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Bonus Wins

The Win Spins feature will see it raining dollar bills. The music will speed up as the excitement increases. Starting with five free spins, players are guaranteed a win every time. By hitting the scatter, players can add to their free spins, up to a maximum of 20. The wins in this round are particularly lucrative.


This is an awesome addition to the Play N Go repertoire of games. Available for a range of platforms, including mobile and tablet, the slick theme, stunning graphics and brilliant sound track really make up for having just the one bonus feature. Players will return again and again.

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Slot Data
Slot Name: Pimped
Software: Play N Go
RTP: 96.52%
Volatility: High volatility
Paylines: 10
Reels: 5
Min Bet (all lines covered): $0.10 (NZD)
Max Bet: $100 (NZD)
Top Win: 1000
Features: Wild Symbol , Scatter Symbol , Free Spins , High volatility , 5 Reels
NZ Available in NZ? Yes. Play N Go is licensed to operate in the NZ.

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