Danger! High Voltage – Slot Review


If you’re anything like us, you’re bound to remember where you were when you first heard Electric Six’s hit song Danger! High Voltage. The hit song, released back in 2002, took the world by storm!

The track combined incredible riffs with a controversial video and a tangible element of comedy. It should come as no surprise that Big Time Gaming has used it as an inspiration for their slot title of the same name.

But is the slot as good as the song and is it a game that you should consider playing? Let’s find out!

Layout and Design – Introducing a High-Octane Kind of Slot Game

Whilst this slot may not be the most aesthetically pleasing, the high-octane soundtrack and quality of gameplay more than compensate for this issue.

It’s also fair to say that the visual boast a simple charm, with a grey, 6×4 reel grid taking pride of place against the backdrop of a vivid and brightly lit disco floor.

This unusual reel set design also betrays an attention-grabbing payline structure, which allows winning combinations to be forged by using matching symbols that land on adjacent reels.

In this respect, the slot eschews traditional pay lines in favour of something far more exciting, with 4,096 ways to win available throughout the game.

 

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Rules and Symbols – What Do You Need to Know?

As you’d expect from a slot game based on one of the most memorable songs in recent history, Danger! High Voltage offers a genuine appeal to both casual and high-rolling players alike.

This is reflected by an available coin size range of between 0.2 and 500. This allows you to set a maximum bet level of £500 during the game.

You can also wager a minimum of £0.20 per spin, and regardless of your bet level, you can use the ‘Autoplay’ feature to fix this in place for a predetermined number of spins.

With symbols, the game relies on classic playing card icons to form the lowest-paying winning combinations. You’ll also see other symbols that relate to the lyrics from the song. These symbols include glitter balls, bells and tacos (from the immortal line ‘fire in the disco, fire in the Taco Bell).

There’s also the eye-catching Mexican skull icon, which is the most rewarding symbol and pays out at a minimum of 25x your stake in the base game (and potentially 2,000x your stake during various bonus rounds).

You should also keep your eyes peeled for the so-called ‘Electric’ and ‘Fire’ Wilds. These substitute for everything aside from the bonus scatter to forge unexpected winning combos!

These icons have the potential to appear stacked on the reels at various points during the game, whilst it multiplies all wins by six for every electric wild symbol that features.

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Payouts and Features – Free Spins and Crazy Multipliers Abound

The game’s bonus scatter is depicted by a heart icon. Landing three or more of this symbol on adjacent reels will trigger the High Voltage Free Spins feature.

This will instantly reward you with 15 free spins. It also introduces fully wild reels and potential multipliers of 11, 22, 33, 44, 55. There is even 66x your stake for the duration of the bonus round.

You can even re-trigger the bonus at any time, creating an opportunity to enjoy potentially unlimited free spins.

Then there’s the Gates of Hell Free Spins feature. This lets you claim seven free spins when it’s triggered during the base game.

This will also introduce a massive symbol reel which chooses one icon at random to become sticky for the duration of the free spins. You can re-trigger this bonus up to 19 times!

These features contribute heavily to the appeal of the slot. They build on the unique theme to target players who love high-variance gameplay and potentially huge multipliers.

The soundtrack only adds to the allure of the game. Whilst we’ve seen better-looking games, there aren’t many that are more fun to play.

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