Devils Slot Overview
Get thee behind me, Satan! Or, get thee in front of me, with a decent chance of hitting Superbet level 4 for the big payout! Don’t worry if you have religious sensibilities, Devils slot, by Stakelogic, won’t tempt you to the dark side, but it will deliver a medium volatility five-reel experience with a big multiplier and expanding wilds as the main extras.
Who made this?
Colourful and exciting in looks, Devils slot is the work of Stakelogic, a relatively new company, who are based in the Netherlands but, like many online gambling outfits, have an office in Malta too. The company says its products are highly animated and intensely graphical, so you can expect high-impact visuals here.
Among their other titles are the fantasy title, The Book; Indiana Jones-styled, Book of Adventure; and olde style fruit machine, Classic Joker 6 Reels. They’re fully legit, fully licensed and you should be able to trust sites that have these games.
The facts and figures
Devils slot machine is set up in a classic five-reel by a three-row grid. There are 10 pay lines, which pay in both directions for a total of 20. The theoretical return to player is 95.57%, and the company rates its volatility at three out of five, so medium. The top prize is 240,000 coins (the figure is given in Euros), at Superbet Level 4. You can
You can play Devils slot on Android, Windows, Apple operating systems including OSx. It is supported by most commonly used browsers.
The Devils Slot Game
While Stakelogic quite rightly big-up their innovative styles and design, Devils slot is a take on a very old-fashioned fruit machine.
Not that it doesn’t look great, with really nice lighting and effects on the symbols. Devilish bells serve as expanding wilds, which appear on reels 2, 3, or 4, freezing the reel it’s on and then respinning the rest.
Wins with wild come with even more bonuses. First of all, random wild multipliers are available in the bet levels 2, 3, and 4. The more you bet the bigger the multipliers, and it’s at the top level – level 4 – that the biggest win in the machine can be taken home.
Controls are very standard, running along the bottom of the screen, with modern computer icons standing in for pay lines, menus, and autoplay settings.
We had a great little trip to hell with Stakelogic’s Devils slot game, and it’s a journey you shouldn’t be afraid of taking. Trading in a bonus round for hefty in-game bonuses is proving popular at the moment. It’s a switch we don’t mind, and Devils still delivers interesting game-play and potentially big wins behind a smooth-as-hell interface that plays like a dream.
Good looking and with a low-key soundtrack that’s anything but intrusive – we hate intrusive – this is an enjoyable experience. On the downside, the help options weren’t very intuitive to get around in the first instance, and the controls aren’t as obvious as they could be, but that’s a minor gripe against the heavenly hellscape of the overall experience of this game.