Sometimes it’s great when two worlds collide. That’s the case here as NetEnt, who keep on putting out excellent slot games, have a bit of a retro experience. Those of you who are used to playing fruit machines will be delighted to see the symbols in this game. However, ‘Stickers’ may have a retro feel but it also incorporates newer elements of slot games
The background to the reels are full of various types of fruit, it’s almost an advert for healthy eating. The symbols of the game are all fruit related with strawberries, grapefruits and oranges There’s also the Ten to Ace playing card symbols but these join in the fruity fun with the numbers placed on top of fruit. Look out for the strawberries as five of those on a payline will see you winning 400x your line bet. Now that’s really fruity.
‘Stickers’ has five reels and three rows of symbols. There’s a total of 20 paylines and this is a fixed amount. Your decisions are on the coin size and how many to play on each line with the maximum being ten. Minimum cost here is £0.20 and the maximum £200 which is wide enough to suit all kinds of players.
Now with all this talk about fruit, you might just be asking yourself, why on earth is it called ‘Stickers’? Well it’s all down to the modern features in this game, the sticky wilds and the sticky spins.
When the wild symbol makes an appearance, it becomes a sticky wild and gives you a Sticky Spin. The wild stays where it is and can get you some good winning combinations. If the Sticky Spin sees another wild turn up on the reels then that becomes sticky too and another Sticky Spin is awarded to you with the chance to get even more wins. The Sticky Spins only end when the respin doesn’t see another wild turn up on the reels.
The soundtrack to the game also has a retro feel to it and might get a bit irritating if you’re playing the game for a long period of time. There’s a mute button though so that’s not a problem. To fully understand how the game works, just have a look through the paytable. Also have some free games and get used to how the sticky wilds and spins work.
If you don’t want to be spending all night staring at the screen waiting for your next big win, you can set an autoplay feature. Between ten and a thousand automated spins can be set or go for the advanced setting that allows a more precise number to be set.
There’s no real bonus game here, everything is centred around the Sticky Wild and Sticky Spins.
Retro games are always fun to play and it’s even better when they are given a modern feel at the same time. The Sticky Wild and Sticky Spin features can definitely get you some excellent wins so this is definitely worth playing.