A branded slot game is always welcome which is why Play’n GO provided us with Annihilator inspired by a Canadian thrash metal band. The game has 5 reels, 3 rows and 10 ways for the lucky player to score a winning combination. With some amazing graphics as expected and unique features to go with them, the game is set for success and should be able to gain your approval as well.
The band was formed in 1984 and has since taken the hearts of many lovers of the metal and trash scene. A game inspired by them simply could not be bad. The band has some great trademarks and symbols that are included in the game and the raging experience that it represents. Thrash metal is crazy as it is and there is a lot that can be, and the designers have used in the slot game.
The setting is quite dark, but that was expected. In the background is an old creepy and probably hunted house. The house is huge and the design of it very old with a beautiful gate opening up the way to the reels. The soundtrack is the best part since it contains some of the hit songs of the band and completes the playing experience.
The symbols are the most interesting part of the game's appearance and include the royals as the lower-paying symbols. The higher paying symbols include a broken mirror, Jeff's guitar, and Alice with her doll Claire. The game's wild symbol is represented by non-other that Jeff the lead guitarist of the band.
To go along with the crazy theme, the volatility is set at high for this game. The betting range is regular with the minimum bet set at 0,10 and the maximum at 100 coins per spin. The payouts are decent and if lucky, players can win up to 400 times the stake in the base game and with the help of features 5000 times the stake in a single spin. The game also offers a 96, 20% RTP, which is quite average bur very acceptable.
The game has a few awesome and fun features to offer. The first is the In Command feature that can get triggered randomly throughout the game. When activated all wilds present on the reel will expand to fill it up entirely and hopefully award a great win. But do not worry, even if they don’t, the reels get locked in, and the player is awarded with re-spins until a winning combination has occurred.
Then there is the Fun Palace feature that is triggered when the player lands 3 scatter symbols on the 3 middle reels. The player then goes inside the creepy house filled with scary dolls. The player then gets to pick from the dolls until landing a prize prom at least 10 times the take. The maximum prize the feature offers is 50 times the stake.
Lastly, the game offers a Set the World on Fire feature that is triggered by landing the red devil scatter on reels 1, 3, and 5. The player then gets 8 free spins and every time a scatter symbol lands on the reels during them, the player is awarded with 2 additional free spins. The stacked wild is present throughout the feature and it moves places on every spin leaving behind a trail of fire. If a wild symbol lands on the fiery area it will turn the whole path the wild left behind into wilds.
The game will impress, not only lovers of the band but also many other players. Appearance-wise it is one of the better games out there and will be something new to see. It is great that the band’s music is there as well. The features are unique and most they bring in great payouts which are why the game is worth giving a shot to.