7 Sins Slot Review

Playing with temptations and indulgences, Play ‘n Go has made this 5 reel, 243 ways-to-win slot for players eager for a wild adventure. The theme is simple, with 7 women representing man’s seven sins, and there are several bonus features to amp things up a notch.  It’s a medium to high volatility game with an RTP of 96.28%, so it may not be the easiest slot to win, but when you do, it can be quite rewarding


  • Slot type: Video Slot
  • Reels: 5
  • Scatter: Yes
  • Theme: Mystery
  • Lines: 243
  • Bonus Game: yes
  • Wild Symbol: Lucky 7
  • Free Spins: Yes
  • Software: Play N GO

How to Play

Lust, gluttony, greed, sloth, wrath, envy and vanity are known as the 7 deadly sins that man must overcome. Of course, resisting is no easy task, and Play ‘n Go wraps it ironically in a seductive slot game to tease us further.

Your adventure into decadence begins by adjusting your bet size via the Quick Bet panel. Minimum bet starts at £0.10, and can go all the way up to £100 when you’re up for the risk. It’s a great game for high rollers or for those thirsting for a daring adventure. As with other 243 ways-to-win games, there aren’t any paylines to choose from. So once you’ve chosen you bet size, you’re ready to hit the Spin button. Alternatively, go into Auto Play and set the number of rounds you want the game to spin by itself so you can sit back until the action hits.

Important symbols in 7 Sins

Without further ado, here are the most important symbols to the game, from high to low value

  • Woman in Gold (Greed)
  • Woman in Orange (Lust)
  • Woman in Red (Wrath)
  • Woman in Blue (Gluttony)
  • Woman in Green (Envy)
  • Woman in Aqua (Sloth)
  • Woman in Yellow (Vanity)
  • Spade, Heart, Club, Diamond (4 card suits)

Special symbols

Scatter: Pandora Box

Wild: Lucky 7

Double Wild: Two 7s


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From the base game, there is a fixed jackpot of 25,000 coins, which can be won by spinning 7 Golden Women (the symbol for greed). Lust (the Woman in Orange), is the next highest value symbol and can get you 22,500 coins. By the time you add on the free spins and bonus features that come with multipliers of sorts, you can win up to 1,580 times your stake.

Special Features and Bonuses

Free Spins

Spin 3 scatters (the Golden Pandora box) and you’ll launch yourself into a round of 7 free spins. With each spin, one of the seven sins will occupy the entire reel 3. And with each spin, there’s also a multiplier that keeps increasing all the way up to 7x. In total, during this special feature, you can win a total of up to 112x your bet!

Second Chance

Even sinners deserve a second chance. Spin 2 scatters (the Golden Pandora box) and the Second Chance mini-bonus game is yours. You’ll get to pick one of the ladies from the 7 sins, and if you get another Scatter, you’ll trigger the free spins feature, or an instant prize of up to 15x your bet.

Double Wild

We all know that a Wild symbol can substitute any symbol to form a winning line. In 7 Sins’ Double Wild feature, it gets better. The normal Wild appears on reels 1, 3 and 5, while the Double Wild appears on reels 2 and 4. Not only that, but a Double Wild counts as 2 symbols next to each other, making a win even easier.

Graphics and Sounds

Buxomous ladies from the Victorian era fill the reels on this Gothic theme slot. While in many ways, the design is a bit predictable, everything here is decadently elegant as it should be in a den of vice. The animation is smooth, and every now and then, there will be a woman’s voice gently singing. It’s not groundbreaking in any way, but that’s never been what 7 Sins has been about. This game is about sitting back and enjoying the excess.


Racked with temptations, 7 Sins is a seductive slot with its gorgeous ladies. The Free Spins and Double Wilds are stacked with growing multipliers that could get your bankroll to seventh heaven. However, as a medium variance slot with a 96.28% RTP and a minimum bet beginning at £0.10 per spin, 7 Sins is not a cheap indulgence. However, those with the patience and extra dough to sit through the lulls could potentially see some big pay offs.