Paco and the Popping Peppers is a bright and colorful slot game produced by Betsoft. With a real focus on Mexican food and culture, the theme is a whole lot of fun, but what else is there to know about this slot before you place a bet?
Overview of Paco and the Popping Peppers
This game offers 5 reels along with 30 paylines, so there’s ample opportunity to grab some winning lines with each spin. The hero in this game is Paco and you are introduced to him via an animation at the start of the game. Along with the cool graphics, there’s also some Mexican music playing in the background to add to the atmosphere. The game itself comes with various food inspired symbols, so aside from looking out for those peppers, you can also expect onions, tomatoes, and various other items.
How to Play Paco and the Popping Peppers
The interface follows normal lines if you have ever played a game by Betsoft. That means you get to choose the size of the coin followed by the number of paylines you wish to bet on. This will, in turn, change the size of your total bet which is going to be displayed before you then hit the spin button. Alternatively, you can place the maximum bet allowed by clicking on the button to make life easier for you.
Bonus Features for Paco and the Popping Peppers
Paco pops up in the bonus round, but first, you will also win a bonus if you land 3 donkey pinatas. Land them on different reels and you open up the multiplier where you could win as much as 5000 credits per line.
Next, if you land the tiki hut symbol it sends you to the ‘Fiesta Bonus Round’ where you get to play a high/low game. With this, you need to guess if the next card will be higher or lower than the previous one. Get it right, and you double your earnings, but the round will come to an end when you make three incorrect guesses. With this game, there’s real potential to win big even though it takes way more luck than skill.
Betting and Payouts for Paco and the Popping Peppers
The betting aspect is also easy to follow. In this game, the betting coin will range from $0.02 up to $0.5, but by the time you multiply everything up with the various paylines it means the maximum bet that can be placed is $150. This game doesn’t have a progressive jackpot, but the jackpot as set by Betsoft is pegged at 2500 coins, which is still not too bad. However, the game does have an RTP in the region of 94%, and this is lower than you may be used to elsewhere.
Paco and the Popping Peppers is certainly a fun slot game and the theme is slightly different from what you would generally expect from a Mexican theme. The game is cool, the graphics are typical Betsoft graphics and with the low minimum bet, it does mean the game is going to be perfect for people that aren’t high rollers.