King of Slots Slot
King of Slots is a 2015 release from NetEnt that mixes the feel of modern video slots with traditional fruit machines or pokies. This slot has 5 reels and 25 fixed pay lines, and comes complete with a sticky wins feature that can see you rack up some tidy pay outs. All the symbols in this game are the ones you'd find on a traditional one armed bandit – cherries, melons, lemons, crowns and the bonus symbols, plus playing card values ten to ace.
You can select your coin value for each spin from 0.01 to 1.00, but all twenty five possible pay lines are fixed, so your wager is always 25x the size of your coin. There are ten betting levels as well – the level you choose multiplies your stake and any pay outs that you'll gather. To earn a pay out, you just need to land at least three identical symbols in sequence from the left-hand reel on one of the pay lines. All wins are sticky in this game, and each win triggers a free re-spin.
Payout & bonus rounds
Pay outs commence at 5x your bet-per-line for three tens, jacks or queens, up to a very royal 1,000x for five crowns.
A sapphire acts as the wild symbol and substitutes for all other symbols aside from the scatter symbol.
A trio of rubies is the scatter symbol in this game, and you need to land at least five anywhere on the reels to win free spins. Five scatters win ten free spins and then you win an additional five free spins for every extra scatter you land, up to a maximum of thirty. All wins during free spins are tripled.
As mentioned above, this game has a sticky wins feature. Any winning combination of symbols is held (or at least three scatters) and triggers a free re-spin. If you add a further win because of the re-spin these symbols are also now held for another spin. The re-spins keep coming until the first spin with no new wins, as which points all your wins are evaluated and added to your bankroll.
When it comes to the title of 'King of Slots' most slots fans would consider it to be a very close run thing between NetEnt, Betsoft and Microgaming. Perhaps a few spins on this fun slot might be enough to convince said fans that NetEnt is the gambling software company most worthy of the title.