The Starburst game can be found at Net Entertainment casinos. Net Entertainment do make the house edge information of their slots games available and this can be found in the help files of the game (usually accessed by pressing the ‘?’ button at the bottom left of the game window). Net Entertainment games appear to only have one setting.
I always preferred the name Opel Fruits.
This game is a 5 reel game, with 10 paylines and you can bet up to 10 coins on each payline.
The ‘Star’ symbol is wild and only appears on reels 2, 3 and 4.
There is only one bonus feature when playing Starburst and it is activate anytime the Star wild symbol lands on reel 2, 3 or 4. When this happens the Star symbol will expand to cover the entire reel and all other reels will be respun. If you receive a further Star Wild symbol from the respin this process repeats. Up to 3 reels can be turned into Wild symbol and a maximum of 3 re-spins can be triggered.
There's something about Starburst that is not well encapsulated by the standard features we'd generally use to review a slots game. The game has gained a phenomenal foothold in the slots market and is near universally the consistently most popular slots game at any casino offering NetEnt games. Aesthetically the game is gorgeous. But the bonus features aren't really remarkable in any way, shape or form and the House Edge would be towards the top end of the spectrum we commonly see used in recent slots releases. One factor that does seem to stand out is a sound track that very well balanced against the theme and visuals of the game becoming almost hypnotic. Beyond that there's little to say other than that the gaming public have spoken very clearly and whatever the x-factor is that makes a game great, NetEnt very clearly captured it with Starburst.