Twisted Sister Slot Review – Play’n Go

Play’n Go is having a roller coaster of a year within their many releases. So far none of their slot releases has wowed me, they have released some great slots. However, none have shown innovative ideas and revolutionary gameplay. I did review ‘Charlie Chance In Hell To Pay‘, which does include a unique theme and visuals. Next from the studio is familiar roots, using known bands around the world for a game theme. There is a long list of games already released, based on many different bands. Their next is titled ‘Twisted Sister‘, set to release June 4th across all sites.

Twisted Sister was an American heavy metal band in the 1970s + who are originally from New Jersey. Then continued to be based in Long Island, New York on their wild journey. The band was active from 1972 – 2016 and released 6 albums in their active years together. There are 5 band members in total, with one member sadly passing away in 2015 aged 55. The game uses band members images for premium symbols, speakers wither side of the reel set and a guitar to set the scene for visuals. The visuals look basic because of the plain colour choices, which is strange with the chosen theme.

Twisted Sister has a setup of 6 reels by 6 rows, this includes cluster pays of 5 symbols or more. This game is medium variance, due to the set RTP of 96.2% and max win capped at 4,500x. You can bet from £0.10 – £100.

Twisted Sister Paytable & Synbols

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There are 12 symbols in total, this includes 4 low paying symbols. These are represented by records, badges, album covers and guitar picks. There are also 5 premium symbols, these are represented by each band member, with a different coloured background. In addition to these regular symbols is a megaband symbol, wild symbol and angry dad wild scatter. The highest paying symbol is the lead singer premium, which pays 250x for a cluster of 25 or more symbols.

Twisted Sisters Features

When you land symbol wins symbols are removed and new symbols fall in place. On a non-winning spin, there is a chance for 2 angry dads to be added randomly. All winning band member symbols fill the guitar meter by 1. This meter can hold up to 15 charges. Band features will unleash randomly one by one if there are at least 5 charges in this meter. A band member symbol is randomly selected at each feature and all corresponding gain the effect of the feature. If there are no band member symbols present, a low paying symbol is chosen instead. These symbol features are;


Scream – Destroys all surrounding low paying symbols around selected symbols.
Go Wild – Transforms the selected symbols into wilds.
Unite – Transforms symbols into the selected symbols.

Angry dads are wild scatters and collected into the anger meter if they form wins with other symbols.

4 angry dads activate ‘We’re not gonna take it’, but any additional angry dad overcharges the anger meter and raises the win multiplier by 1. The grid clears and a new round starts with a megaband symbol that appears to throw all angry dads off the grid. The mega ban symbol selects an angry dad and steps in the direction one space at a time until it reaches. When it does it will remove from the grid. We’re Gonna Take It All ends when all angry dads are gone and there’s no more wins.

Conclusion

Overall, I think this game plays well thanks to all the features included. The studio has included the band members within symbols and features which are great for the chosen theme. Be sure to try the game for yourself on release and check out our exclusive casino offers.

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