King of Slots
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King of Slots Overview
King of Slots won’t go down as the best game that Net Entertainment has ever produced, but there is certainly plenty in its 5 reels and 25 pay lines to keep most players interested. Just don’t expect a super storyline or interesting contemporary graphics.
For a provider that loves to dip its toe into all-things new and interesting, it is somewhat surprising to see a slot with such traditional values come from NetEnt.
Fruit and jewels are front and centre for this game, which doesn’t have the best image but does have plenty of ways for players to win big and that’s important too!
The sticky-win feature is a nice little bonus and should help you towards your goal of building a large bankroll. When this feature activates, winning symbols stick in place, with the other reels spinning again continuously until you stop winning.
This feature is surprisingly regular too, so keep an eye out for it. The free spins feature is also worth talking about it. It is triggered when you hit five scatters, which isn’t as tough as it sounds.
Five scatters may sound like a hefty task but remember that the sticky-win situation is a fairly regular occurrence. Get more than five scatters and you will get even more free spins.
There is also a multiplier in play here, so all-in-all, it’s a great way to grab cash.
In terms of its image, NetEnt isn’t doing anything of note here.
The backdrop is just black and the symbols are almost all monochrome versions of cherries, lemons, melons and crowns, as well as playing cards. It really is a throwback to days gone by.
There is also the traditional wild, which subs for everything except the scatter. Its simple and crisp, but overall, its image isn’t that impressive and it is definitely not that interesting.
The sticky wins give the game an added element and mean that the pace of this slot is pretty hectic.
It is fun and when you take the multipliers into account, it definitely does have plenty of ways for winning big.
However, when we first heard the name ‘King of Slots’ we expected a game that ticked every box. It simply doesn’t do that.
We enjoyed playing, but after a while, we found ourselves yearning for something a little bit more up-to-date.
If you are looking for a NetEnt slot with more personality, then go for the likes of Steam Tower or Pyramid Quest for Immortality.
Both of those have much more to offer in that regard and will leave you satisfied.
This is a medium variance game and there is the potential to win up to 3,000 times your original stake.
If you can do that, we are pretty sure you won’t be too bothered by this slot’s image problems.