Guns n’ Roses
- Type: Video Slots
- Theme: Adventure Slots
- Features: Free Spins, Bonus Game, Wild Symbol, Multiplier
- Software: NetEnt
- Reels: 5
- Paylines: 20
- Autoplay: Yes
- Min. coins per line: 1
- Max. coins per line: 1
- Min. coin size: 0.01
- Max. coin size: 1
- RTP: 96.98%
Guns n’ Roses Slots
We grew up listening to this band and Use Your Illusion II was in our tape desk constantly. We were infinitely curious as to how Net Entertainment was going to tackle this one, given the dramatic history between the band members and the actual music of the band itself. Not to worry, nothing here about the Rocket Queen - just a 5 reel 20-payline slot to have fun with. We’ll talk about the two random features as well as the bonus games you can play.
The Guns n’ Roses double pistol is going to be the wild symbol and it’ll substitute everything aside from the bonus symbol.
One of the bonus games is called the Crowd Pleaser. Essentially you’ll have to choose a symbol and get a coin prize with another pick or free spins. You will be able to do this for three rounds. You’ll have to meet certain coin levels to progress, however.
The Encore free spins game will trigger you 10 free spins where one of the band members will appear in a stacked fashion on the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th reel. (It’ll act as a wild symbol during this phase, by the way.) What you want here is this to stack up with that double pistol symbol. You’ll get some sweet wins that way.
Finally, we wanted to mention the random features you will run into. You can run into another wild with the iron cross shape. It’ll land and could cover up to 5 symbols. The second random trigger is called a Legend Spin. You will get three spins along with stacked wilds.
We shouldn’t have doubted Net Entertainment, all they had to do was make a slot that was just as exciting as the real band. They’ve done that - especially with offer two randomly triggered events that you can run ito. We suppose this most directly simulates the erratic behavior of Axel Rose himself.
Click here to start spinning and rocking out to some of the best rock songs in history at the same time.
Updated: 01 Nov 2017