Accessing the 7 Gold Scratch game will present you with an almost completely golden affair, with green being the only other colour to appear on the interface. On the left hand side of the ticket, you’ll see the game’s own logo in huge text, while the right side of the layout gives you the panels that you need to scratch off. As is the norm with these types of games, you need to match three of the same symbols to be a winner, and there’s a further panel at the bottom of the ticket to remove as well. Furthermore, you’re able to view the paytable of this one at any time by clicking on the relevant button, and this way you can see exactly what payouts are on offer.
You’re also able to adjust certain settings of the game to your own choosing, starting with the possibility to turn the sounds of it on or off. This is done with the speakerphone button. You can also find all of the necessary help that you need by pressing on the question mark button. However, the in-game adjustment that you can make rests solely in the ability to pick your own tool to remove the panels with. 7 Gold Scratch provides you with three different options for this, which exist in the forms of a blue button, a red guitar plectrum and a silver hair clip.