Coral Reef’s more about winning and fish than it is coral, but with how well it all comes together, we’re more than fine with that! It’s got great art, good payouts, and is so painfully cute that your face will hurt. When you add this to the already great gameplay and other elements, you have a sure fire winner in the genre for anyone that isn’t afraid of the water. We love it, think you’ll love it, and would love to recommend it to anyone that happens to read this. That includes you, so get to spinning and thank us later! It’s all a wonderful ride that we’re sure you’ll be busy with it for some time.
Premise of the Game
The premise of the game is underwater fluff, only they’re cute. Way cuter than real world fish and related things. Ever seen crabs? They’re like a sea spiders! Very gross. Tasty, but scary. Sea horses and jellyfish don’t do much better. This game, however, pretends they’re all as cute as a 3 year old would imagine, and living happily together, save for the scary but still cute shark.
Presentation in the Game
Graphics here are so cute they’re painful! Everything is crisp, clean, and colorful, with a wonderful sense of style and direction. The huge eyes and wonderful faces on the fish all work astonishingly great considering how minimalistic it is. We really like that way this game looks great, and think anyone with half a brain and an ounce of soul will too.
Gameplay Mechanics in the Game
Gameplay here is nothing crazy or new. At around 5 reels and 20 pay lines, it’s all very familiar.
Betting here swims from ten pennies to $10, all the way up to $40, which is low but doable for us.
Liked About the Game
+ So cute!
Disliked About Coral Reef Slots
- Not innovative
Conclusion - Is Coral Reef Slots Worth It?
This is one of the cutest fish themed slots we’ve seen. Those looking for a coral motif will be disappointed, but really, is that anyone? Fish are so much cuter! If you like great graphics, clever drawings, and enjoy winning, this is a game tailor made for you. We can recommend it without reservation, only wishing we had more time in the day to give it a go, and receive ours in return.