Storming Flame Slot Review
Anybody remember fruity’s? Not that there’d be any need to, considering that developers are coming out with new fruit slots every day. These guys hit players with a bit of a nostalgia punch, allowing you to reminisce about the old days of smokey, booze-filled casinos that housed everyone’s least favorite uncle.
Storming Flame is a 5-reel, 5-payline video slot powered by software from GameArt. This is a fruit slot, except that the symbols are set against a background of blue fire. Symbols include all of the usual suspects, oranges, gold bells, lemons, lucky 7s, cherries, grapes, and plums. There’s also a Scatter which is represented by a gold star.
Expecting simple controls? Well, you’re right. These don’t take a rocket scientist to work out but let’s run through them anyway. From left to right you can find Settings, Paytable (which shows how much the symbols are worth), Bet Per Line (from 0.01 to 1), Auto Play (which will spin the reels for you), Spin, Balance, Total Bet, and Win Display.
So, what features can you expect from Storming Flame? Gamble: To increase your winnings, you can click on the ‘gamble’ button, triggered after a winning round. All you have to do is guess whether the face-down card is black or red. Guess right, and you’ll double your winnings, but get it wrong, and you’ll be sent back to the base game empty-handed.
This slot only offers one unique feature, the Game Feature. Feature symbols include cherries, grapes, lemons, and plums. Landing 15 of a kind multiplies all line wins, 12 of a kind on reels 1,2,3 and 4 multiplies all wins by 4, and 9 of a kind on reels 1, 2 and 3 multiplies all line wins by 3.
Storming Flame offers up a pretty hot performance, even if it is a classic fruity. The graphics are great, the soundtrack is sure to bring up some (good or bad) memories, and its available on any device.
Overall, this is a good slot. If you’re into nostalgia-inducing games, then this one is definitely for you. It has a couple of nice features, high payouts, and classic graphics. Honestly, what’s not to like?