If you've been keeping up to date with our latest reviews, you'll have noticed that there's a flurry of online casino games coming to your screens with similar sounding names, as well as a Minesweeper concept. Coins Dare2Win is the latest in this Dare2Win series by casino games developer Hacksaw Gaming, and it plays very similarly to what you might have experienced already. Unlike online slots, where you spin reels to possibly come to a halt and reveal a winning line, this title requests that you essentially click on blank windows to reveal a winning symbol or a symbol that can destroy your round.
This is now the 3rd release by Hacksaw Gaming in the Dare2Win series, with Mines Dare2Win and Boxes Dare2Win having come before it. All the casino games share the same concept. However, they have all been packaged slightly differently. When you opened mines, you saw a grid that looked very much like an online slot, while Boxes didn't see a square grid of black windows like the traditional Minesweeper but rather stacked the windows in a pyramid shape. Coins Dare2Win also takes on a look more similar to Boxes, but we'll touch more on this in the following section. One thing remains consistent throughout all the variants, however, and that this is a game where the player is instrumental in the possible outcome, where slots are far more based on luck.
The highest possible return players can achieve in Coins Dare2Win is 3,932x your stake. While you’ll find a huge selection of slots online at our casino site that have much bigger possible jackpots, this isn’t the worst we’ve seen from an online casino game. You’ll need to be going really risky in your strategy to get close to that, but going for smaller returns which have better odds can also work in your favour. You’ll also need to choose how much cash you want to stake on a round, with your options being a minimum of 0.20 and numerous amounts all the way up to a maximum of 200.
Playing a round of Coins Dare2Win couldn't be easier. In fact, out of all the Dare2Win releases we've reviewed by Hacksaw Gaming, this must be the most simple. As you'll probably know, Minesweeper sees you having to click on blank windows, which will either reveal a sun or a bomb. The concept here is similar, although here, you need to flip coins, and you don't click to reveal one at a time – it's a mass reveal that happens all at once. To start, you need to choose how much you would like to wager, which we’ve already covered. Then, you need to choose how many coins you want to flip. You can choose a minimum of 1 coin and a maximum of 12.
The reason why you choose the number of coins is because more coins mean a higher possible win, but also more risk. The reason why more coins can be beneficial is that, unlike the other releases in this series, you don't click on the blanks one by one. Instead, once you start a round, all the coins will flip at the same time to either reveal heads or stay blank. All coins landing heads up means a win. If some or all coins stay blank, you lose your cash.
As you will now have gathered, choosing one coin gives you a 50/50 chance. Choosing all 12 coins will mean you are going for all 12 being flipped simultaneously and all landing on heads. As there is essentially only one action to the game, the rounds are a quick affair.
This could be the quickest casino game outside of online slot games you can experience. There really isn't much to it. Coins Dare2Win obviously comes with thrills, but with Boxes Dare2Win and Mines Dare2Win, there’s more excitement due to having to reveal as many winning icons as possible without choosing a bomb. Regardless, managing a round where all coins reveal a heads symbol is really rewarding, albeit near impossible, to achieve if you choose too many coins.