Good Girl, Bad Girl Slot by Betsoft Reviewed
Betsoft’s Good Girl, Bad Girl offers two choices of gameplay, under the guise of the Good Girl (frequent payouts) and Bad Girl (bigger wins). Each girl has their own Bonus Rounds and Wild Symbols. It’s such an exciting twist to mobile slots; in fact, it’s the first time two math models have been used in a single game! Now, which girl will you root for?
Slot Game Overview:
Good Girl Bad Girl features 5 reels and 15 paylines. The game caters to every slot player on earth, regardless of risk appetite or budget. Firstly, you can vary your wagers from 2p to £150 per spin. Then, you can choose between different gameplay modes:
- The Good Girl mode offers low risk gameplay with more frequent and smaller payouts
- The Bad Girl features less frequent but higher total payouts.
- If you prefer not to choose, there’s a Combo mode which plays both ways, at the cost of 2x bet per line.
- Each side is governed by separate and distinct math models, which allow for different styles of play.
There are two progressive jackpots, one for the Good Girl and the other for the Bad. In theory, the risk-averse Good Girl’s jackpot should be thousands less than the Bad Girl. However, both jackpots are won frequently and currently stand around £5,000 each.
As with all modern mobile slots, there is an Autoplay mode which allows you to set up to 5 to 100 Automatic Spins.
Features – Four of them!
After every spin, you are presented with the option to “Double Up”. Click this button after every spin and you will shoot up into the sky for a game of coin toss. Choose whether the coin will be “Good” or “Bad”; a correct guess will double your winnings while an incorrect guess results in a loss of the win.
This is similar to most Video Poker Games; the wise strategy is to collect your winnings and not risk it further with another game of High or Low.
There are two Wild Symbols in this game and both reveal a hidden multiplier. The Halo rewards a 1 or 2x multiplier, whereas the Pitchfork offers 1 – 4x. They appear often enough to add spice (and cash) to the game.
If the Halo and Pitchfork appear next to each other on the reels, you’re treated to a round of Click Me. There are four different levels; pick gift boxes in the correct order to progress to the next round and win prizes. The gift boxes hide “Small”, “Medium” and “Big” cash prizes, as well as a “Collect” box which ends the game. The Good Girl highlights the safe boxes for you, being the angel she is.
Spin your Money Wheel in Heaven or Hell.
Finally, there’s the Money Wheel, which is triggered by three Money Wheel symbols on a payline. The Money Wheel gives away Free Spins, Instant Credits or the progressive jackpot! Interestingly, the wheel is spun in heaven when you’re a Good Girl, and in hell when you’re bad. In true YOLO spirit, the Bad Girl’s wheel features more zeros and higher instant cash.
Heads up! The game requires high Internet speeds and larger devices to perform at its best. I played it on my 2-year-old smartphone and experienced minor lagging. This is typical with Betsoft games, which try to deliver a full-blown cinematic experience.
That said, the artwork in this game is stunning. The girls are fine vixens and each event in the game is accompanied by such detailed scenes! Finally, I offer my highest praises for exploiting the Good vs Bad battle well. There is a tailored version of each feature for the angel and the devil. mFortune had attempted the same with Which Witch; their game is slightly less sophisticated but runs smoothly on all phones.
Good Girl or Bad Girl?
There has been mixed reviews regarding the usage of two math models – some players think that the two extreme modes are too predictable and the game is only fun in Combo Mode. Other reviewers think that the Combo mode defeats the purpose (in other words, if you can’t make a firm decision, you’re an indecisive woman.)
Frankly, I don’t know what the fuss is about because I made money on all three modes; it’s just a matter of how much do you want to win. You can really sit and play one game for the entire night and not get bored. We’ve had fusion slots from AlchemyBet (slots and match-three games in one) and this hybrid slots from Betsoft, what next?