Game description

Sevens and Books Slot (Gamomat)

Sevens and Books Slot (Gamomat)Gamomat takes time to release a slot title but when they do, this developer ensures that they give it their best.

Sevens & Books is their latest 2021 title, and it’s a game that borrows from the unique Book-style genre.

The smaller setup is ideal for players who are already bored with the popular setups, and personally, I had lots of fun playing this title.

Here is my review of the Sevens and Books slot machine:

Game Set-Up

For this game, Gamomat has gone with a 3-reel design, with only 5 pay lines/ ways to win.

Feature-wise, you get to work with a Special Symbol, Expanding Symbols, Retrigger, as well as a Gamble feature.

Betting and Prizes

I love the fact that this slot caters for all levels of players, and with as little as $0.05, you can spin the reels. The highest amount that you are allowed per single spin is $100.

The top payout may be a little disappointing since you can only take home up to 250xs the stake.

However, this is nothing out of the ordinary considering Sevens and Books is a 3-reel fruit-themed slot, with medium volatility.

The RTP is 96.1%, and it serves its level of volatility pretty well.

Sevens and Books Features

Free spins are one of my favourite features on slot machines. Unfortunately, this is missing on Sevens and Books title.

However, the developer has given it other extremely good features that are quite helpful, especially when you want to make a win.

Theme and Design

It’s a fruit-themed slot title that uses the usual symbols found on such titles. These include Cherry, Watermelon, Fruit, Grapes, Plum, and Lemon.


Gamomat has used the latest technology on this slot which makes it easy to play the game on your mobile phone.

However, there is very little that the developer has done to offer unique gameplay. If you are already used to slots of this genre, you are most likely going to get bored pretty fast with this slot.

The payout is vet low, and with no free spins available, it’s a slot that appeals mainly to casual players.

UPDATED ON: by James Worden