Copy Cats slot review

By NetEnt

Copy Cats Slot
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RTP 96.76%

Min bet $0.25

Max bet $125

Max Win bet x 200

2 online casinos offer free spins for Copy Cats slot

Copy Cats Basic info

Game provider NetEnt

Release Date 5/2017

RTP 96.76%

Game Technology HTML5

Popularity Medium

Min bet $0.25

Max bet $125

Max Win bet x 200

Gamble Feature Stacked symbols, Freespins, Wilds, Volatility, RTP

Layout 5x3

Devices Desktop, Mobile

Configurable Winlines No

Volatility Low

Progressive Jackpot No

Cute cats are running wild in Copy Cats. Don’t let one out of your sight, or you might have a whole boardful of copies.

NetEnt released Copy Cats in 2017, and it is one of the cutest slots ever made. Adorable cartoony cats are running wild, and suddenly you have all the reels full of these cute buggers.

Copy Cats is a simple yet charming game. It doesn’t show off with some crazy mechanics or massive jackpots. No, this is a small game with a big heart and a lot of cats.

The thing that I love about this slot is that very simplicity. This is a perfect game for many occasions. It works well for beginners, it is great to play on mobile, and for me, this slot lets me play for a long time.

This game features five reels, 25 paylines, low volatility and an RTP of 96.76%. A great set of specs for anyone looking for a leisurely slot.

Graphics and sound

When I first saw Copy Cats, I fell in love with it instantly. The cats are just so darn cute. The game is set in the streets of a major city. You know the one, the classic cartoony city with French influences, permanently blue sky and a happy tune no matter where you go.

The visual style is a big draw. If you are a cat person, you just can’t look away from this. The cutesy cats with big eyes and a lot of personality are just impossible to pass by.

The background music is a groovy jazz-tune, which suits the adventurous vibe. I could easily see this song used in any cartoon, where the scene calls for a happy-go-lucky song with a hint of adventure.

The cats’ meows are also so adorable. Each of the cats have their own voice, and that voice matches the personality perfectly.

Symbols and wins

Everything in this slot is cute and cuddly. One thing I like is that there are no card suits or symbols here, but cats, toys and paw prints. Cats are high-paying symbols, toys are medium, and paw prints are the low-paying ones.

There are two special symbols in the game. A small bell that can activate the Free Spin feature and a golden cat that is the wild. The golden cat has an extra trick up its sleeve. It is also a cat for the Copy Cat feature, and you can copy it over all the other cats.

You can really tell that this is a low-volatility slot. The gap between the large and small prizes is narrow and the game hands out a constant stream of small wins. You won’t get a single big win from this game, but your bankroll should last for a long time.

It says a lot about the slot when you compare the lowest-paying paw print and the highest paying cat. Getting five paw prints is worth 25 coins and the cats are worth 200. The difference is surprisingly small.


  • Copy Cat: You’ll start seeing double

Copy Cat feature is the main draw of the slot. Get three of the same cat on the first reel, and this feature will activate. Copy Cat will then change every other cat on the reels to a copy of that first cat. The golden wild is also a cat and can be copied. If you look carefully, you’ll notice that even the game’s borders copy the colour of the cat.

  • Free Spins: Let the bells guide your spins

The little bells make a charming sound and will open up the free spin feature. Get three of them on reels 1, 3 and 5, and you get 10 free spins. The bells are still present during the free spins. Get three of them again, and you get 10 extra spins.

Final Thoughts

It’s not a big surprise that I just love this slot. The adorable cats are a part of that, but I do find the game mechanically pleasing as well. A slow, long-lasting and low-risk gameplay is right up my alley, and if the slot has cats, I’m sold.

I had fun playing Copy Cats, and one part of it was that I got to play for a long time. I didn’t need to put in a lot of money to get a good amount of playtime. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to get a lot out of it, but I had fun while trying.

I can easily tell that some people will not like this game. The lack of features and the simplistic gameplay is a thing that will make some people lose interest in a heartbeat. This game is not a roller-coaster, but a leisurely walk.

Leticia Miranda

Leticia Miranda

Slot Games Analyst

Leticia Miranda is a former gambling reporter who knows everything about slot games and is happy to share her knowledge. She has covered a broad swath of topics and trends on gambling and is always full of new ideas and energy. Leticia also has a master’s degree in journalism from New York University and is passionate about writing.