Iron Girl is a new scifi themed video slot from game provider Play N Go. We don't feel this girl is even remotely related to iron man, but we will review it nontheless. This slot comes with 20 paylines, 3 rows along with 5 reels and pays a possible jackpot of 200 coins on a single spin.
Jammin’ Jars is an arcade-style slot with plenty of colourful fruits and juicy features added into the mix; it’s developed by Push Gaming and has an RTP of 96.83% Jammin’ Jars plays out on an 8×8 grid which floats against a metallic backdrop lit by an eighties mirrorball. The basic gameplay requires players to form groups of six or more matching fruits to start winning but there are various extra features in the game that can trigger some fruity extras.
This online slot machine is a technical clone of the very popular Moon Princess slot machine from game developer Play'n GO. Now this may sound a bit cheap, but we can't really blame Play'n Go since Moon Princess is one of their most succesful and popular slots of all time.
Hanzo’s Dojo is a 5×3 video slot with 25 paylines and an additional 3×1 slot in the rooftop of the game. Yggdrasil made sure it’s playable on all devices and the stake ranges from €0.10 all the way up to €125 per spin. The slot comes with a 96.1% RTP. The game features an additional Rooftop Slot, 2 Free Spin modes, and 5 Free Spin boosters.
Donuts is the latest four reel slot with four rows and a potential 2401 ways to win by Bit Time Gaming. The backdrop of the game has a desert with a gigantic donut shop by the side of the road surrounded by rock stacks and cactuses. We can't really put our finger on it, but the whole design looks a bit cheap to us, but don't let this put you off because this game can pay when it is on a roll.
This online slot is brought to you by Thunderkick with some pretty cool free spins and bonus features. Wild Heist at Peacock Manor is a five reel slot with three rows and seventeen fixed paylines. Some contemporary music accompanies the gameplay and fits well with the design of the game. The sixth reel is basically where the magic happens, it has three locks that will unlock the bonus game, but you guessed it, you need keys for that.
Netent finally manages to drop a great game again. Don't get us wrong: we think Netent makes great games, but the last few games just did not really do it for us. Games like Archangels and Hotline were okay games but just did not have something special. But now the Game developer brings us Lost Relics! Lost Relics is played out on a 5 x 5 grid where you want to see groups of at least six matching symbols. The game has a clever design in which we observe the action from above as if the reels are turning within the stone floor. The light from the fire on the left gives the game a bit of a spooky feel which we like a lot.