We simply can’t count how many times we have seen this retro layout from Microgaming. It has been regurgitated and used on countless slots out there, with very little to differentiate one slot from the next. Sometimes you will get a wild thrown in, sometimes even a bonus feature. Most of the time, though, you get none of that, and that’s definitely the case with Mocha Orange, a game that has very little to offer experienced pokie fans and one that will likely only appeal to retro players.
You can find this game on Spin Palace and other top casinos.
We had images of chocolate and coffee and wondered how this would be incorporated into a game about oranges, but there is none of that on Mocha Orange. It’s just about oranges, albeit with a few common symbols (such as a liberty bell) thrown in for good measure. The backdrop is not terrible, but it’s far from spectacular and the layout is the same one that has been used on dozens, if not hundreds of other Microgaming slots.
The highest win on Mocha Orange is 1,600 coins, which you can unlock if you bet 2 coins. If you bet 1 coin, then you will unlock half of that. The highest paying symbol is the orange, but away from that, there is very little, and even if you land 3 of the second highest paying symbol, which is the 7, then you won’t get much in return.
Mocha Orange has 3 reels and 1 payline, and there are no wilds, scatters or anything else for that matter.
Mocha Orange does have a decent betting range, but this is not something that we haven’t seen before either. You can bet for as little as $0.25 per spin, an amount that goes all of the way up to $10 per spin.
There are no additional features to speak of on Mocha Orange, which does not come as much of a surprise when you see the limited, retro layout that it offers.
Mocha Orange is lackluster at best, a game that promises very little and delivers on those promises.