Slots players will be well aware of NetEnt, one of the most prolific of slots games providers and producer of some of the best online slots available. Their wide ranging styles of slots gives players of all persuasions something they’ll enjoy in conjunction with the latest technology and great gameplay.
Now that we’re half way through, what’s been so far, a disastrous 2020, we’ve taken a look at our 3 favourite NetEnt slots game releases so far. Reverse order, drum roll please!
In third place is Ocean’s Treasure™ featuring the Kraken!
An underwater slot adventure that gives players the chance to find hidden prizes that are being guarded by the infamous Kraken, Ocean’s Treasure is inspired by the long-lost city of Atlantis.
It’s a 5-reel slot with 3 rows and is overflowing with fabulous watery features with Stacked Wilds and Free Spins that multiply up adding the excitement with every spin.
Collect three Scatter Symbols and enter 5-level Free Spins to unlock the Kraken’s treasures. Each Wild that appears on the reels is awarded additional spins and an advancement further into the deep ocean which unlocks new levels. With the potential to gain up to 102 free spins, Ocean’s Treasure is a dynamic title aimed at slots players who enjoy high-volatility gaming.
In second place, is one for the 90s gamers with the acclaimed Street Fighter.
Street Fighter makes its debut and being transformed in to a slot game that looks and feels like the arcade classic of old.
Street Fighter™ II: The World Warrior Slot sees the arcade fighting characters morphe into the casino with all the original cast.
The selectable characters are Ryu, Ken, E. Honda, Guile, Chun-Li, Blanka, Zangief and Dhalsim. The Boss fights take place with Balrog, Vega, Sagat and the evil M. Bison.
Street Fighter II: The World Warrior immediately captivated audiences across the globe when Capcom released it and it shot to record-breaking success when it launched in 1991. It spawned multiple sequels and movies. The slot game is sure to be a resounding success with players wanting to revisit their gaming youth in the casino.
In first place we have Gorilla Kingdom™.
Gorilla Kingdom takes players deep into the jungle for a slots adventure.
The game has 1024 bet ways and some game mechanics that aim to deliver simplistic gameplay. It’s suited for all players and appeals to a broad range of the slots gaming market. There are the traditional Free Spins, Symbol Transforms and Extra Free Spins, all on the 5-reels that pay out to lucky players.
To add something extra to the already very enjoyable and playable game, there are extra levels of excitement in the form of the Totem Stone that sits beside the reels. The Totem Stone has four panels featuring the game’s Leopard, Hornbill, Okapi and Pangolin symbols.
During Free Spins, players collect Gorilla Masks to fill up the Totem Stone. When all six slots of an animal panel are filled by a Gorilla mask, the animal transforms into a Gorilla on the reels. This unlocks large potential pay outs or free spings.
If all 24 slots of the Totem Stone are filled and all of the animal panels are lit then the symbols transform into Gorilla symbols. This further enhances the player’s chances of winning. When two Scatter symbols land on the reels in Free Spins players are rewarded with three extra spins.
A great, fun game worthy of our best of NetEnt’s collection so far in 2020.
One that may make our next favourite slots list is the Hell’s Kitchen Slot with top TV chef and swearing expert, Gordon Ramsey.
The 16 Michelin stars, TV chef, well known for his razon-sharped wit, fiery and colourful language is set to add to NetEnt’s branded content with a tasty slot game that’s based on his TV series, “Hell’s Kitchen.”
“Gordon Ramsay is a true rock star of the restaurant world. His strong personality and use of colourful vocabulary as front-man of Hell’s Kitchen have earned him legend status as a multi-Michelin starred celebrity chef. Just as importantly, this allows us to produce a true slot with a strong narrative and a lot of adult fun! We can’t wait to see what our players think of what we have in store for them.”Bryan Upton, NetEnt Director of Games.