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The Space Lights game can be found at casinos offering Playson software. Playson are an established online gaming provider that have an impressive array of clients. Their games can most often be found as an addition to a larger primary gaming platform provider. As a standard Playson do publish the RTP/House Edge information for their slots games within their game paytable or on the company website. As such we can say that the House Edge of Space Lights is 3.89%.
Is that strange light in the sky about to abduct you?
Space Lights is a 5 reel game with 15 paylines and you can only bet one coin on each payline.
The ‘W’ symbols are Wild.
There is only one bonus feature when playing Space Lights and it is active on every spin. At the start of each spin reel 1, 2, 3 or 4 and 5 are selected at random. When the spin ends, if the top symbol of the selected reel/s contributes to a winning combination the symbol is transformed into a sticky W Wild symbol. Only one of the top symbols of reels 4 and 5 need to contribute to a win to transform both symbols into sticky W Wild symbols. If the top and middle symbol both contribute to wins they will both be changed into sticky W Wild symbols. Likewise if all three symbols contribute to wins. All other symbols will then be respun. This process is repeated if the middle symbol contributes to a win on the respin. If all 3 symbols of the selected reel are transformed into sticky W Wild symbols you are awarded a bonus prize. During the respins all W Wild symbols are banked at the bottom of the reels. They are counted one per spin, meaning they get re-counted with each respin. The total is multiplied by the number of symbols on the selected reel that were simultaneously turned into sticky W Wild symbols and your total bet to decide your bonus prize.
Space Lights offers a bonus feature that is a little different to the usual fair offered by slots games. It’s reasonably visually attractive. It has a House Edge that is relatively competitive. There’s not much you can criticise here. But it’s also not the most exciting game ever.