The Motörhead Slot is a NetEnt offering which brings to centre stage the iconic British rock group of the same name. The slot is a tribute to the band and the developers did a great job capturing the mood and style of the group. This 5-reel slot has 76 paylines and an unconventional reel setup. The Motörhead slot has some common features, such as the Wilds and the Scatter symbols, but there are some which are unique to this game, such as the Rock mode, the Mystery reels, and the Bomber feature. All of the game’s features make up an exciting atmosphere.
Wilds in Motörhead Slot take the place of any other symbol in the game, except for the Scatter symbols.
Three Scatter symbols landing on reels three, four, and five during normal game play will unlock the Free Spin feature. This feature starts out with ten free spins and, during this part of the game; the Mystery Reels consist of the standard Mystery symbols but bonus Wilds are added as well. The combination of Wilds and Mystery symbols help the player achieve more winning combinations.
The Mystery Reels are an interesting aspect of this NetEnt slot. After the reels have stopped spinning, one of the reels will be designated as the Mystery Reel and, if a Mystery symbol falls on that reel, all of the symbols situated on the reel will transform into one of the games symbols, except for the Scatter and Wild symbols. This feature is similar to the Wild Reels found in other games.
The Bomber Feature is similar to the Mystery feature in that it changes large numbers of symbols into matching ones, but the way that it is activated is different. The “bombs” consist of multiple Mystery symbols clustered together and the option to activate this feature presents itself randomly before a spin.
When the player activates the Rock Mode, one of four of the band’s best songs plays in the background setting the mood for the next few spins.
If you are a music lover and want to enjoy the music from one of the greatest rock bands to ever grace the UK while playing an incredible slot, NetEnt’s Motörhead is a good option for you.