Game description

HarleCoin Slot (Red Tiger)

HarleCoin Slot (Red Tiger)HarleCoin is a new one from Red Tiger, and the slot brings together two common images, which are the coins, and the harlequins.

These two seem to blend well together and they have been used fairly enough by many game developers.

HarleCoin speaks nothing but opulence, and I will share more details about it in the review below:

Game Set-Up

It’s a 3-reel grid slot that also offers just 1 pay-line. The symbols may not be many, but they serve their intended purpose. They include Free spins bonus, Wilds, and Collect Symbols.

Betting and Prizes

HarleCoin's is a simple game, and to play it for real money, all I needed was $0.10 per spin that I made. If your budget allows, you can use as much as $80 per spin.

The volatility is between medium and high, and as usual, the developer has given this slot a below-average RTP of 95.71%. The maximum that you can win from this classic-theme slot is 1071xs the stake, per spin.

HarleCoin Features

My interaction with this game was quite interesting, and one thing that I noticed is the fact that the Collecting HarleCoins work by boosting symbol values, which could end up triggering some free spins.

I noticed that HarleCoins show up as little overlay symbols, and usually via random pay symbols or sometimes the wilds. Each time this land, the coins will appear to boost the value of the respective icon. This is regardless of whether they participated as part of a win.

If a win occurs, a combo will be formed and this will be greatly influenced by the value of what is displayed on the icons panel.

Landing 3 bonus icons hugely boosted my gameplay as I was able to get up to 25 boost spins.

The number of these bonus rounds is selected randomly, and while in the free spins mode, each paying icon not within its maximum level comes with a HarleCoin. Additionally, icon values do not reset if at all they have participated in a win.

Theme and Design

As a classic fruit-theme game, Red Tiger has used the typical icons common with that genre of games. They include cherries, bells, stars, clovers, and sevens.


In a nutshell, Red Tiger has given HarleCoin a simple design and set-up which enable an attractive environment.

However, this looks like where all the fun about playing this slot ends. I’m not happy with its low potential, and especially when I consider the medium to high risk that is associated with this lot.

Also, the below-average RTP is not suitable for this level of volatility, and I can only recommend HarleCoin to casual players.

UPDATED ON: by James Worden