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|Min bet size||0.20|
|Max bet size||100|
Released November 2019
The Black Mamba slot can be found at casinos offering Play ‘n Go software. Play ‘n Go are a growing provider in the industry and have a rapidly expanding portfolio of both slots games and clients. They do offer a full casino platform, but primarily seem to be used as a bolt on package for extra slots games. Play ‘n Go do publish the Return to Player (RTP)/House Edge information for their slots games within the game help files. As such we know that the house edge for Black Mamba is 3.5%.
The Black Mamba slot is made up of 5 reels, each one 5 symbols high. Instead of using paylines, you win by when you form winning combinations of 3 or more symbols, touching vertically and horizontally. Winning symbols will be removed, with remaining symbols dropping down into the spaces left behind.
Wilds – The “Mamba” is the Wild symbol, which will substitute for all symbols.
Multiplier Wild – The Multiplier Wild is “Martina”. The symbol acts as a standard Wild but will also double any wins it contributes to.
Multiplier – Each time you form a winning combination on a single spin the multiplier on the left-hand-side of the reels will increase by 1. This continues until you fail to land a consecutive winning combination.
Solos – Each member of the band brings their own random feature that can only trigger during non-winning spins. During Free Spins they will trigger on every non-winning spin and the Martina feature is only available during Concert mode. Each one is described below:
Alexandra – This random feature will destroy two sets of any symbol.
Cecilia – Up to 2 Wilds will be added to the reels.
Fred – One set of symbols will transform into another set.
Martina – The bottom row is destroyed and a Martina symbol may be added.
Concert – To the left of the reels is a meter. If you can land winning combinations involving each member of the band you will fill the meter and trigger Concert Mode. This basically means that each of the band members will perform their solos one after the other in a single spin.
Free Spins – If you can clear the board of all symbols then you will trigger the Free Spins. If only Wild symbols are left they will disappear and allow the feature to trigger. During the Free Spins Solos will trigger on every losing spin and Martina’s Solo will trigger on every spin. You can activate Concert Mode during the Free Spins and you will carry over the multiplier from the triggering spin into the feature.
Play ‘n’ Go have hit all the right notes with what has to be considered as one of the best slots of the year so far. There’s little not to like here and whilst there are similarities between this and other Play ‘n’ Go slots like Viking Ruins and Rise of Olympus, there are enough differences here for it to be considered unique. You have a meter that you fill to trigger Concert Mode, which is essentially what you need to do in order to trigger the Free Spins. You get two Wilds symbols and a load of random symbols that are described as solos. The looks great and if you like the music it sounds great too. The house edge is offering great value for money too, as Play ‘n’ Go finally get everything right in a single slot.