The game employs a 6-reel layout with different numbers of reels and ways to play, in keeping with the Megaways theme. Each reel can include between two and seven symbols, and the number of rows and paylines are decided at the beginning of each game. On a fully unlocked grid, the maximum number of paylines is 117,659, while the minimum number of betways is 64 while playing on a 6x2 layout. Regarding the technical element, StakeLogic adhered to a clear strategy and average numbers. Consequently, the game has a 95.99% success rate, which is slightly lower than the average success rate of 96%. Activate max bet to wager the maximum amount allowed. Alternatively, you may utilise the + and - buttons to modify your wagering preferences.
Runner Runner is powered by a highly volatile mathematical model, so don't expect a deluge of wins, since you'll need patience to wait for the large wins and won't have many smaller wins to keep you afloat. Adapt your wagers in order to survive in the long run, and do not chase the jackpot foolishly. The huge betting range of 0.10 to 40 per spin, compared to other Megaways-powered games, will appeal to both high-rollers and those with a lower risk tolerance. Not to suggest that the utmost potential is modest, but it certainly does not stick out as much as the betting range. It's possible to win 23,653 times your wager on a single spin, which is great, but we've seen much better payouts in the past, so this won't get players overly excited. Taking into account the maximum stake choice of 40 each spin, you can win a staggering 946,148 on a single spin.