Top Gun

All the "High Aspirations" characters are here – Goose, Iceman, Charlie, Joker, Stinger – etc. Each of them will receive different rewards for spinning on the reels. There is no sign of Tom Cruise's Maverick, probably for some contract reason, but hopefully this will not make you overly optimistic.

But first is the playing card symbol. They are divided into two camps. Jacks and Queens pay 5 coins, 15 coins and 25 coins to spin three, four or five on your 5 reels. The Ace and King symbols pay 10, 25 and 50 coins according to the same principle.

Next are two things that fighter pilots without self-esteem cannot do: jackets and aviator sunglasses. These can earn 15 coins by spinning three coins, 50 coins for four coins, and 100 coins for all five coins.

Next are the two main pillars of the film franchise: Stinger and Jester. Spin three of them on one of the paylines and you will get 25 coins as a reward, four will get 75 coins, and five will get very neat 150 coins.

The two main male protagonists in the movie-the goose and the iceman-then became the focus. These two handsome boys spin three, four or five on their own reels, and each received considerable rewards: respectively For 50 coins, 150 coins and 500 coins.

The last major symbol in the game is Charlie, who is played by the charming Kelly McGillis in the movie. She is in a happy mood and will pay the player 100 gold coins (three-person group), 250 gold coins (four-person group) and 1,000 gold coins (full hand).

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