Inferno Star Slot Review – Play’n Go

Play’n Go keeps announcing new slots upcoming in future months, I recently reviewed ‘Perfect Gems,’ which has some well known Big Time Gaming features incorporated and is the first of its kind by Play’n Go. But now we have a more simple slot release; this slot is titled ‘Inferno Star,’ this slot is already available on all sites. Let’s take a closer look at the game. Is the simplicity worth it? Or is this just a star that’s going to fade away?

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This slot has a straightforward design in both mechanics and visuals. The slot is based on the sun as stated in the slot title. The background is a simple image of the sun and creates a very bright sunset aspect. The visuals are necessary but not bad quality, and the art style is similar to previous play’n go slot releases.

The setup is the classic 5 reels by 3 rows; this includes 5 set Pay lines. The set RTP is 96.38%, this slot has low – medium volatility due to the max win being capped at 2,500x. You can bet from £0.05- £100.

Inferno Star Slot Review Paytable & Symbols

Inferno Star Symbols

This slot has 8 symbols in total; this includes 4 low paying symbols. These are represented by grapes, lemons, plums, and apples. There are also three premium symbols; these are represented by cherries, watermelons and a small sun. The last symbol is the more prominent sun scatter symbol. The highest paying symbol is the spread; this symbol pays 250x for landing 5.

Inferno Star Slot Review Features

The only feature central to this slot is called ‘RE-SPIN Mode,’ this is activated when a raging sun scatter lands on reel 3. All sun symbols are held and the other reels will respin in the hope of another sun landing. All new suns that area during these respins turn into scatters. This feature ends when no more suns land.

Conclusion

Overall, this slot was disappointing to test. This slot is very dull with the generic respin only feature clearly from ‘StarBurst’ by NetEnt and from their canceled slot which caused conflict with NetEnt. So this slot is a big disappointment, and the only thing this slot offers is 2,500x. Overall? I wish they had just scrapped the idea entirely. It’s evident that a slot like Starburst is right in any provider’s portfolio, but it just does not work here. A pass from me.

Gameplay – 2.5/5

Volatility – 3/5

Bonus Feature – 2/5

 

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