Big Bang Slot Review
Here’s a slot game that is really out of this world. Everyone seems to have their own theory on the Big Bang and just exactly what it was. Did it create the earth or wipe out the dinosaurs? Another theory is that it’s actually an excellent slot game from NetEntertainment who certainly know how to put together a great game.
We’re in outer space but this isn’t quite Star Wars. It is in fact a five-reel game that has a total of 25 paylines. The minimum cost of playing the game is £0.25 and the maximum is £100. Not a bad range and it shouldn’t be too difficult for you to find a level that fits your financial budget like a glove. High rollers will also be reasonably pleased with the maximum bet.
Symbols are a mixture of theme-related ones and those that definitely aren’t. Theme related symbols include five different planets and a sun that is about to go supernova. That’s the wild symbol here and can substitute for others to create winning combinations (if not the Earth itself). The rest of the reels are padded out by the ten to Ace playing card symbols.
This isn’t the most complex of games but it is a good idea to take a good look through the paytable and rules. That will help you work out just how the game plays. A few free plays will be really useful too as you prepare for your battle in space.
The game has an autoplay feature, here you can set from ten to 1000 automated spins. There is an advanced setting available and this allows you to set a more precise number of automated spins. You can get the spins to stop after a certain size of win or when your balance reaches a specified amount.
If you’re looking for some free spins then you’re going to be disappointed here. What we do get is the Multiplier Meter. Keep an eye on the value of the meter because when you get a win that’s what it’ll be multiplied by. The meter has several levels starting off at 1x, going up to 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x and 32x. Every win you get moves the meter up one level so getting consecutive wins is really important in this game if you want to get up to the higher levels that are available.
Multiplier Meter: Consecutive winning combinations trigger the next level on the multiplier meter. There are six levels: 1x, 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x and 32x multiplier. At 32x, consecutive wins stay at that multiplier level.
It’s not the greatest game out there but sci-fi fans might get a bit of enjoyment out of it. The Multiplier meter is an interesting part of the game but getting up to the highest levels isn’t at all easy. You can still get some decent wins out of this game though, just a shame there’s no free spins here as they are always useful.