Celebrate Independence Day with the classy Liberty 7's Slot game. It features a red, white and blue theme and shows off a series of different colored 7's as well as the typical slot symbols like the Bar sign. The look of the slot is pretty nice even if it doesn't feel all that original. It has the look of an old school slot machine with the whole screen of the machine showing along with a golden handle to pull the reels.
Decent Bet Range
You'll be able to bet anywhere from $.01 all the way up to $30.00 on this classic slot, which is pretty standard. You can risk between one and three coins per pay line, and those coins can be valued all the way up to $10 each for the players that want to risk as much as possible. High rollers may be disappointed with the top bet available, but low stakes players can go for hours without burning through their bank roll at the proper bet level. The game is fun no matter what level you play at, but the top prize varies from $24, to $100,000 depending on the amount of money you bet while playing.
Unlike some classic slot games that don't pay out very much even if you hit the top jackpot, that's just not the case with Liberty 7's. If you manage to get the top jackpot, which is one of each of the different 7's in the specific color order with the red going first, then the white and finally the blue. If you get that combination you'll be rewarded with 10,000 coins, or as much as $100,000 if you are betting the top amount while playing. That's a significant amount and more than four times what you can get from many other classic slots out there.
Even though there's a pretty decent prize offered from the slot game, it's all pretty standard and there is nothing crazy to look forward to. There aren't wilds, bonus games or scatters. Instead you just try to get the valuable symbols that are showing on the pay table up above the slot game. You'll be spinning reels and hoping for the best, and that's all there is to this game. If you're interested in a relaxing slot session Livery 7's is a decent option, but if you're after something more complex you could be bored with what it has to offer.