Arrow’s Edge has created the Star Slots slot game, which is set in a space setting with sci-fi elements. Arrow’s Edge is best known for bright, colorful themes such as Showcase or Shopping in the Hills, but it also creates sci fi games like this one.With Star Slots and medieval game Game of Kings, we can see they’re seeking to appeal to a slightly different audience: sci fi enthusiasts.Recently, there has been a huge Star Wars franchise revival and it is a good choice for a theme.
The Twin Stars is a 5-reel, 20-payline slot that’s similar to other Arrow’s Edge titles in that it has a progressive jackpot and a 1,000-coin maximum payout. The jackpot is completely unpredictable, as with their other jackpot games.
We enjoy a good sci-fi subject, so we were curious to see how Arrow’s Edge would tackle their own spin on this popular theme.Given that they’ll be competing against NetEnt’s Space Wars, which is quite popular, we expected all possible efforts to be made on this one.
Unfortunately, we’ve been let down. The visuals in this game are considerably worse than those of their previous titles.The animation isn’t as fluid as it should be, and the art is poor. In other games, such as Showcase, we’ve liked their hand-drawn, cartoonish style; however, here it just comes across as amateurish illustration and meh animation.
Yep, so the music and the aliens, spacecraft, and galactic fighters’ symbols are both excellent choices. The visuals, on the other hand, really let it down. Perhaps some of the additional features may make up for it.
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This 5-reel, 20-payline Space themed slot machine has a maximum payout of 1,000 coins but is also linked to a progressive jackpot that may be won at any time, completely at random.You can bet between $0.01 and $12 per line, or between $0.20 and $240 when you use all the lines. This means that there is a betting option for everyone, no matter what your budget is. You could also win the progressive jackpot, which keeps growing until someone wins it.
There are 12 symbols in total, including game characters like Lance, Tobias, and Korbont, as well as items such as starships and a planet. The symbols have been given descriptive names, taking into account the low-resolution visuals. The symbols you will find (from the highest paying to the lowest paying) are Ice Planet or Starship,Blaster or Fighter Jet,Evil Android or Alien Torkar,Mercenery or Krobont, and Bubba.
There are three symbols for features in this slot: the Tobias Bonus Symbol, the Crystaley Scatter, and the Lance Spinning Wild. The Spinning Wild will award you a multiplier whenever it appears on the reels, whether that be 1x, 2x or 3x.
This wild can, however, be combined with the Tobias Bonus symbol to spin and display the training scene, fight scene, or battle bonus feature in addition to the many other possibilities.The Crystaley Scatter symbol in combination with the Starburst logo doubles the number of free spins you get, from the basic 10 when she appears three times to up to 30.
The prize selection is a well-known pick a prize game, the fight sequence lets you to choose a protagonist for combat, and the Battle Bonus game gives you the option of attacking enemy vessels; the more ships you destroy, the greater your award.The unique bonus games are better than you’d expect from similar slots, and they go some way to making up for the drab graphics.
Overall, it’s a themed game with the potential to win up to 1,000 coins as well as a progressive jackpot. Despite our complaints about the visuals, the extra features in this game make it appealing for sci fi and slot fans alike.