With sticky wins and a high return to player rate, the King of Slots mobile slot is well deserving of it’s title.
Reason being, the King of Slots is actually a copy of Jack Hammer, so if anyone deserves the title, it’s most certainly the original.
That said, it’s such a perfect machine, it’s hard not to fall in love with every spin, even if the theme of the first game was slightly more imaginative.
The music, if we could compare it to anything, would be very much in the spirit of the Twin Spin slot; a bit like what you’d find in a lounge bar as you wait for your friends to arrive.
The tempo picks up a little everytime you get a sticky win, or the free spins, but generally, this is a pretty relaxed affair. In fact, so is the theme. Clearly the designer at NetEntertainment had to dig to the bottom of the idea basket for whatever was leftover.
It’s not bad per say, you get generic 10 to Ace symbols, pretty fruits, a crown, and the King himself; stolen from a cartoon network show.
Because, ultimately, who cares? The theme is nice enough, and with the constant action you’ll find on these five reels, you wont care.
This is one of those rare mobile video slots where the wins come often, and fast, and the free spins (though at time elusive) show up often enough that you’ll rarely get bored.
That said, it can be a little tricky, fooling you into thinking you are winning, when really, you are losing slowly. Not to say its not value for money, due to the huge amount of free re-spins you’ll get, just watch out; the King of Slots machine is higher up the variance scale.
Meaning that at any point you might end up winning over 3,000 times your bet, and best of all, you’ll see it coming as each winning symbol stays sticky to the screen, making each mega win all the sweeter.
A near perfect casino game.
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|Mobile Slot released||November 2015|
|Slot type||Video Slot|
|Slot reels / paylines||5 Reels / 25 Paylines|
|House edge / RTP||3% / 97%|
|Coins range||0.01 -|
|Min/Max bet||0.25 / 250|
|Free spins||Up to 30 Free Spins / 3X Multiplier|
|Bonus rounds||Sticky Wins, Wilds, Scatters & Free Spins|
Sticky Wins: Whenever 3 or more symbols create a win, they stay 'sticky' on screen, whilst the rest of the symbols re-spins (for free). If another symbol shows up that could create a winning combination, these also stay sticky and you get another re-spin until no more winning symbols show up.
It's how you end up with a screen full of the same symbol and wilds, and 50 to 100 times your bet.
Wild Symbol: Represented by the blue diamond, this symbol replaces all other symbols except scatter.
Scatter and Free Spins: You do need at least 5 scatters to trigger the free spins, but if you get 3 on screen, you start the 'sticky win' feature, making it easier to trigger a whole bunch of free spins.
You usually end up with 10, but we've hit 10 or 20 enough times to know it's not impossible. We've hit 30 and loved it! Especially as you get a 3x multiplier on all the wins.
What's best is that even on 10 free spins, you are talking about more like 15 or 20, as the sticky win feature is more dynamic than ever during these King of Slots bonus games.
Should NetEnt lose a star for re-making Jack Hammer but with a new theme in the King of Slots game? We don't think so. It might not be original, but it's such great mechanics we are grateful we now get two mobile slot machines to play on whenever one isn't paying out.
If you love the features, but fancy a game with easier wins (though not bigger), then you should probably start with the Jack Hammer 2 slot machine.
Or you can play King of Slots at one of these mobile casinos:
Review by Lucky Mobile Slots, last updated: March 25, 2021 - Rating
The theoretical RTP is set at a high 97% across all good NetEnt casinos online.
This is a medium to high variance machine offering up good returns and a mixture of wins.
Find yourself a good NetEnt slots site like the ones in this slot review and you'll be able to play for free. If you're in the UK you'll have to sign up or login first though.