Play Motörhead Slot for Free & Review!
Fresh off the heels of the awesome Guns & Roses & Jimmy Hendrix slots, NetEnt is back with another Rock & Roll banger, this time paying tribute to musics all time loudest trio; the one and only Motörhead. This super exciting 76-line video slot is 5 reels of all the chaos and mayhem you would expect from both a NetEnt game and a Motörhead concert.
In the true spirit of Rock and roll, the reels are set before a dark and loud stage at a Motörhead concert. Once activated, ‘Rock Mode’ pays respect to the the band by blaring classic hits such as Ace of Spades and Overkill, so before you do a thing you wanna be sure to switch it on and turn up the volume to the max.
How to Play Motörhead
Before you crank the amps up, the first thing you will need to do is adjust your bets. Players can bet on 76 fixed paylines, and can use the ‘Level’ selector to dictate the number of coins you want to wager, ranging from 1 to 10. ‘Coin Value’ controls the coin size and varies between 0.01 to 1. You can use the ‘Max Bet’ feature to, yes you guessed it, play the game at its highest bet level…. If you dare.
Selecting ’Autoplay’ lets reels spin for a set number of times without stopping, and unsurprisingly ‘Spin’ sets the wheels spinning.
Motörhead Symbols Coins and Bonuses
The game has much to offer in terms of bonuses with 3 exciting features – ‘Extra Spins’, ‘Mystery Reels’ and ‘Bomber’ mode. As a tribute to Motörhead, the Wild symbol is presented as the Ace of Spades, after the bands classic hit, and it acts as a replacement for every symbol except ‘Scatter’, which is the scatter logo and will only appear in the base game. You can activate the Bonus Spins feature by landing a minimum of 3 scatters at once anywhere on lines 3, 4 and 5. (Note – Further free spins may not be activated whilst this feature is running.)
Mystery symbol can be any symbol with the exception of scatter. It can be activated throughout the main game or in free spins, with the exception of when the bomber feature has been triggered. In each main game spin, at least one or more reels will become the Mystery Reels. These contain both stacked mystery symbols and regular ones. When the reels finish spinning, all displayed mystery symbols will mutate into a regular symbol.
Last but not least we have the bomber feature, named after the legendary 1979 album. This one gets randomly triggered before a spin on the main game, and can be identified by the wailing air raid sirens. Once activated, a cluster of bombs will land on the reels to form a minimum of 10 overlaid mystery symbols. When every bomb has gone off, the reels spin with a symbol selected, giving players the opportunity to increase their earning potential.
Motörhead certainly delivers the goods as the final instalment of NetEnt’s epic rock and role trilogy. It has a variety of cool bonuses and its relentless pace is highly addictive. Perhaps the only downside is that it doesn’t offer massive payouts, so sadly there isn’t much chance to win big. With that being said, the game is very simple to play and highly enjoyable, so if you fancy dancing with devil, give this slot a whirl!