The name will make your mouth water, the simplicity of the design will let you drool: “Mocha Orange” by Microgaming does little to alienate players accustomed to most every slot machine they’ve ever played in their lives.
The 3-reel, one-payline formula remains intact like the recipe for Coca-Cola, or Orange Julius more accurately, and involves no further relationship with the game than the particular design of the wild symbols (which are implied by the game title/interface anyway).
A classic slot machine for those too conservative for the slightly “edgier” breeds out there is what is to be expected here. It’s as if a digital refurbishing warehouse exists to dismantle outdated slot machines, only to reassemble the same 7’s, bells, and bar-variations with a newly-conceived wild symbol/multiplier, a more or less super-imposition upon the previous (a replication of the marketing strategy that made Milky Way Dark a miss and Milky Way Midnight a hit amongst consumers who only see the product for its packaging).
Nothing beyond the flavor of this game is original (and even that exists in an ice cream bar) which goes for the sound effects and other non-randomized components. The bets can range from 25 cents to five dollars (a jackpot capping at 1600 coins for a maximal two-coin input) as seems to be the case with other games of the sort.
When all is said and done, this game comes across as really no more than a comfort food.