Motorhead Slot Review
Following in the footsteps of Kiss, Jimi Hendrix and Guns N Roses are Motorhead. They’re the latest rock band to have their own themed slot. Net Entertainment have produced a 5 reel slot with 76 paylines. So what about the game itself? Well it looks great and features icons and imagery of the band, including the legendary Lemmy and Ace of Spades. It features four of their tracks: Ace Of Spades, Iron Fist, Overkill and Killed By Death.
How To Play Motorhead Slots
To play Motorhead Slots you first need to set your wager. This can be done by setting the level from 1 to 10 and coin size from 1p to £1. The maximum bet possible is £200. An Autoplay feature allows you to sit back and listen to the music whilst the reels spin. Unlike the excellent Guns N Roses game you can’t toggle between the tracks – although you can switch off the music (why would you) by deactivating the “Rock Mode” button on the bottom right of the game.
Symbol Payout Values
Lemmy represents the highest paying symbol on the Motorhead slot. Five of a kind will bank you x150 whilst five sheriff badges will result in a x50 win. A silver bell and Lucky 7 complete the remaining top symbols. A silver horseshoe, cherries and lucky clover complete the reel icons. On each spin of the base game and also during free spins there’s a Mystery Reel Feature where at the end of the spin one of the reels will become a random symbol. A Mystery Reel is a reel that consists of a stacked reel of mystery symbols and regular symbols.
Alongside the Mystery Reel Feature you also have Wilds represented by the Ace Of Spades and Scatters. If you get three Scatter symbols on reels 3, 4 and 5 then you’re rewarded with free spins. There’s also a Bomber Feature which activates randomly before a spin. This works in a similar way to the Mystery Reel! Each bomb consists of a cluster of mystery symbols. A bomb can create at least 10 overlay mystery symbols.
The Spin On Motorhead Slots
Motorhead slots is a good game – unless you’ve played Guns N Roses slots as in comparison the latter for us is the better of the two. We expected the same kind of game and perhaps because we didn’t find it, it’s left us a little flat. Whilst the Mystery Reel is a novelty it rarely seems to be a useful element to generate wins. That said we do like the Bomber Feature and the build-up to it. The saving grace of course for this particular game is the amazing soundtrack and fans of Lemmy and Motorhead will love that part.