The Gems Gone Wild Power Reels slot can be found at casinos offering Red Tiger software. Red Tiger is a relatively new software developer in the online gaming market, having only been in operation since 2014. Red Tiger focus primarily on slots games but do offer a few table games, albeit a very limited range of them. In compliance with UK gaming legislation, Red Tiger publish the RTP/House Edge information for their slot games within their pay tables. As such, we can say that the House Edge for Gems Gone Wild Power Reels is 4.32%.
Gems Gone Wild Power Reels is an 8 reel slot and each reel is 6 symbols high. The slot uses traditional paylines, with 30 in total, playing in any direction across 3 or more adjacent reels. More than one win can land on a single payline.
Theme – This slot is gem themed. Which means there is no narrative and the emphasis is purely on the gems.
Wilds – Random Wilds may appear on any spin and will trigger the Locked Wild feature as if they do. What this means is that if you spin again and new wilds appear, the previous wilds will remain on the reels for an additional spin.
Super Wilds – Wilds of 2x2 or 3x3 symbols can appear at random on any spin.
The only features in this slot are the Wilds and the Locked Wild feature that I have described above.
There isn’t too much going on here for me to comment on. It looks like a cluster game but turns out to be using paylines, which have the added advantage of playing in any direction and can start at any point. You get Wilds and they can stick in place but that really is your lot. There are no Free Spins and there is no bonus feature. There aren’t even any cascades, which is surprising from a slot that looks like this one. The house edge is too high and as such there is nothing here I can honestly recommend.
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