Hot to Burn Slot Review

Slot Review
June 7, 2020

Hot to Burn

There are a lot of players that might be disappointed with the fact that this next release has no features at all. Provided for us by Pragmatic Play, Hot to Burn is a 5 reel slot, with 3 rows and 5 winning ways. Even the grid layout is as simple as it can be, but do not let it fool you, as the game manages to provide some amazing payouts that will keep you going. For the players that enjoy a very basic game that wakes up the nostalgia in them, this might be worth taking a look at.


A Simple Yet Very Fun Fruit Bunch

The provider wanted to focus on the players that are usually left out when it comes to slot games. Those are the players that enjoy a very relaxing game with not much going on, a game that will take them back in time where they got to play in old school casinos on slot machines with the most basic fruit-themed symbols. When you think about it, it was a very happy time and it would be nice to enjoy it for a moment, even for players that did not get the chance to experience it.  


Since the slot has no features, the background and the jumps in the variance justify the name that the game carries. There really is not much to it, as it is pitch black with some yellow and orange flames on the bottom. The game’s logo is on top of the transparent reels with some flame wings to accessorize it. There are some animations there which make it a modern game, but the provider went along with the theme here and once again chose something simplistic, which will make you focus more on the game and the things going on, on the reels.

Speaking of simplistic, the soundtrack is something that will really remind of a casino. It consists of sound effects that an old slot machine would make once the reels are spun. There are some cheerful ones as well, getting the player hyped for his win. The symbols are old school as well, as they include all the classic fruit symbols that took part in the start of this industry. The symbols are designed in a modern way which makes the game more appropriate for today. They include cherries, lemons, oranges, plums, strawberries, melons, and as the highest paying symbol we have the lucky number 7.

The payouts of the game are quite impressive considering there are no features included. Players have the chance to win up to 1000 times the stake for landing 5 lucky 7s anywhere on the reels. Yes, it is that simple and you could imagine not at all impossible. The betting range is on the wider side, which will be liked by many players. The minimum bet is set at 0,05 and the maximum is at 250 coins per spin. The game’s volatility varies from low to high so you basically never know what you are in for. The RTP is set at 96,71% which is a bit above the average and quite acceptable.


For the Lovers of Old School Slot Games

The game can be hated and loved which is of course going to vary from player to player. There is really not much going on, which some players might find very boring. The ones that are there purely for the game, as unpredictable as it ones used to be, are definitely going to find their piece of cake here. It is definitely a game to be recommended to our lovers of the oldies.

  • Title: Hot to Burn
  • Developer: Pragmatic Play
  • Reels: 5
  • Rows: 3
  • Paylines: 5
  • RTP: 96.71%
  • Hit Frequency: N/A
  • Max Win: 1000x
  • Volatility: Medium
  • Min/Max Bet: €0.05/€250
  • Release Date: May 21, 2020
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