Neon Villains DoubleMax Slot Review
I’m not quite sure how “neon” and “villains” got lumped together in the next game – Neon Villains DoubleMax slot from Yggdrasil – but game studios have floated stranger combinations, let me tell ya.
But as we’re talking about villains, I thought I’d ask ChatGPT who it thought was the worst villain of all time. All I got back was, “As a neutral AI language model, I don’t make value judgments such as ‘worst’ or ‘best.’ Villains are subjective and culturally specific.”
This whole non-judgment thing is a real yawn-fest. Booooring! Hopefully, the game will be more entertaining than the world’s most famous AI.
Here’s a game best suited to playing on a laptop, and on a tablet or phone in portrait mode. It’s a super simple-looking thing with a brick wall as a background and some neon stuff going on.
What I did find is that it wasn’t always easy to nail the hamburger menu on my tablet or phone, so try to be patient.
Neon Villains DoubleMax slot works on DropDown Wins and that means you’ll need to land at least 3 identical symbols on consecutive reels, starting from the leftmost one. If you land additional similar symbols on a single reel, it’ll multiply the win.
After each win, the winning symbols will be removed, and an extra Wild will be added to the grid. New symbols will then be added to the reels – like with a Cluster Pays system only with a twist.
The symbols consist of 3 dudes and a babe, in addition to the low-paying symbols. The Wild is a run-of-the-mill one that replaces all regular symbols.
There’s €250,000 at stake on Neon Villains DoubleMax slot, which has a very high volatility rate, and an RTP 0f 96%. Regarding currencies, the only type you can play with is fiat, but you can use whichever one you prefer.
In the base game: Each win doubles your multiplier but the multiplier will reset when no more wins take place.
During Free Spins: You’ll start with a 1x multiplier and because it doesn’t reset, the multipliers will keep doubling.
Land 3 or more diamond Scatters during the base game to trigger this feature. The number of spins you’ll get works out like this:
3 Scatters = 7 spins 4 Scatters = 9 spins 5 Scatters = 11 spins
The Golden Bet costs an extra 20% of your stake and doubles your chances of landing the Free Spin feature.
There are 3 options you can buy into:
For 100x your bet: you’ll get 7 Free Spins For 200x your bet: you’ll get 9 Free Spins For 500x your bet: you’ll get 11 Free Spins
If you feed this game as many spins as I did during testing, you’ll hopefully also have a similarly seamless experience.
So, here’s the thing, right. In theory, the multipliers keep doubling unfettered during the Free Spins round, which means you have no theoretical limit. In practice though, it’s limited to 25,000x which is still a whopper.
Betting at the max of €10 (the minimum is €0.10) and landing that multiplier will assure you of the €250,000 top prize.
It’s a good one, this. I’m not going to get sidetracked by the theme, or the lack of development around that, but the gameplay itself is sweet. It’s all about the multipliers, which can add up, and I like the tweaks Yggdrasil has made to the classic Cluster Pays system.
Neon Villains DoubleMax slot is a good option for mobile play, thanks to the way the grid fills the screen with its sizeable symbols. So, there you have it – a couple of good reasons to take this baby for a test ride.
Software: Yggdrasil Game Type: Video Slots Paylines: DropDown Wins Reels: 5 RTP: 96% Bonus Round: No Progressive: No Free Rounds: Free Spins Max Win: €250,000 Published by: BitStarz, award-winning Bitcoin Casino