Wild-O-Tron 3000 Slot Game Release from NetEnt
Dec 21, 2018
Robot StacksRepresenting a clunky and dated 1960’s conception of what the future of robotics might look like, the symbols consist of seven uniquely coloured and designed robots: red, orange, yellow, green blue, silver and gold. The symbols can appear as fully stacked, 3-rows high, or partially as 1 or 2 rows high. These stacks can help in the creation of winning paylines. The slot has a metallic-look with cables and machinery all around the periphery. The iconic, radioactive Wild-O-Tron machine sits to the right of the reels. The soundtrack for the slot is fantastic, helping to create an eerie mood but effective in reinforcing a futuristic trope. Additional sounds originate from bursts of electricity, beeping computers, as well as those triggered by winning paylines and unlocked features.
Robot WildThe robot can appear on any of the five reels to substitute for all of the other symbols by acting like a wild. This wild can also combine into its own exclusive winning payline formation of 3, 4 or 5 symbols with payouts of 30, 100 or 500 coins respectively.
The Wild-O-Tron 3000 FeatureRepresenting the signature feature of the slot is the Wild-O-Tron. This feature is randomly triggered at the commencement of a spin, kicked off by two lamps sitting on the Wild-O-Tron machine which each fire electrical bolts onto the reels. These bolts then electrify and convert all instances of between 1 to 6 robot symbols into wilds for that specific spin. The colour of the electrical bolts fired will correspond to the colour of the robot symbols converted into wilds.
The Future of RoboticsWild-O-Tron 3000 slot comes with an RTP of 96.01%, and you can adjust the stakes from 0.20 to 200. Due to a minimum of features, the slot game is relatively easy to learn so that you can get started quicker. This slot, which was released in December of 2018, comes with medium volatility. While being thoroughly entertaining, it also provides us with insight into what we thought the future of robots would be like, back in the 1960s.
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