It's a funky themed Hight RTP Slot from NetEnt, but make sure you get those free spins in.
|Game Type:||Classic slot|
|Whats hot:||Whats not so hot:|
|Graphics and animations expressly designed||Blows hot and cold|
|Stacked wilds and free spins coupled with multiplier||Free spins lose their magic after a while and difficult to trigger|
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Steam Tower 3D NetEnt slots is one of those games that can be a hit or a miss. The slots machine offers a return to player (RTP) payout percentage of 96% and a total jackpot payout of 2,000 coins. I like the theme of the game since it plays off during the Victorian era where our mustachioed hero must rescue a damsel from a fiery dragon. Only this time round ‘Rapunzel’ is locked up in a steam tower.
I must commend the developers for the slot’s cutting-edge graphics. Steam Tower features scatters, a multiplier up to 7x, free spins and wild substitutions. The game can be played in the ‘free mode’ or for real cash. With 5 reels and 15 paylines the game transports you to the nineteenth century where life was adventurous and less complicated. Pay special attention to the free spins feature and stacked wilds.
I know the pretty blond lady is waiting and might be in mortal danger but before you embark on your quest choose your betting options first. Bets can be made from as little as 15 pence up to £$150 per spin. The bet range is 0.01 up to 1.00.
Before I get into the meat and potato section of the game I’d like to take a peek at what the base game has to offer. I played the game with a bankroll of £50 at LeoVegas online casino. I quickly learned the icons that offers the highest payouts during the main game are the stacked wilds in conjunction with a multiplier. Incidentally one or more of them triggers the free spins bonus game which I’ll discuss later.
You’ll note that there are 16 floors. Each floor brings its own rewards and challenges. There’s a ‘Floor Meter’ just below the reels and then there’s the ‘Tower Meter’. The latter one indicates your current position in the tower and the multiplier. I managed to reach the sixth floor and a win of £25 with a multiplier of 3x. To be honest at a bet of $3 per spin (coin value of 0.05) payouts are a tad low.
- Wilds: The wild symbol is the green grappling hook. When 1 or more wilds appear randomly on the reels during the free spins 2 additional spins are awarded. You’ll progress to the next floor until you’ve reached the 16th floor.
- Stacked Wild: During the base game when one or more stacked wild icon appears you’ll receive 10 free spins and advance to the first floor.
- Free Spins: Unlike the other NetEnt 3D slots the free spins bonus round is triggered by 1 or more stacked wilds and not by scatters. All wins are multiplied by the multiplier. If you reach the 16th floor you’ll win 1,000 coins multiplied by the bet level. This is no easy feat and consider yourself very lucky if you reach it. You’ll receive an extra 2 spins when 1 or more wilds appear. The multiplier ranges from 2x up to 7x. This also depends on the floor level you’re on.
Can’t say this is my favourite NetEnt game just because I lost £50. Despite my best efforts I simply could not trigger the free spins bonus round. All I can say if you succeed in triggering it (1 or more stacked wild) you can win as much as two thousand times your stake. I wagered £3 per spin and my biggest win was a palsy £25. To be honest I expected more especially from a game that boasts an array wilds, stacked wilds, multipliers and a free spins game. My closing thoughts is that Steam Tower comes in like a lion but goes out like a lamb.