Free Hotline 2 slot
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Hotline 2 slot by Netent joins that exclusive club of slots Netent consider so popular they have made second editions. We saw this with Dead or Alive 2, famed for its 111,111x bet potential, Blood Suckers 2 slot at the opposite end of the volatility spectrum and for some reason the dreary Butterfly Staxx 2 game. We retain the Miami Vice style beach at dusk background and cheesy 80's synth music soundtrack and effects, along with the stylish characters from the original slot. Can our bankroll sink a line into the riches on offer here or will it be Crockett and Tubbs for our cash?
Five reels of three rows each give 243-ways to win with no fixed pay lines and symbols can appear stacked on Hotline 2 slot. Wilds can only appear on reels 2,3 and 4 and these are the Hotlines which mean the Wilds landing in them will expand. Symbol pays for our 30-coin bet are 80 coins Female, 50 Purple Male, 40 Blue Male, 30 Green Male with six jewellery items paying 25 down to a mere 4 coins for a full way. There are Neon Sign scatter on reels 2,3 and 4 for the triggering of our free games here too.
You get 7 for landing those three Neon Signs and your enhancement is increased ways when Wilds land in the Hotlines. Each time they do, the reel expands by one row up to a maximum of six rows. When you fully expand one, you get 2 extra spins. Expand all three fully and you are then playing on 1944-ways for the remaining spins and have a chance of Netent's claimed top pay here of over 5100x bet.
Hotline 2 slot is quite low in volatility despite the claimed potential and the base game will keep you ticking over nicely on this 96.05% RTP game. I liked the sound effects, graphics and the animated sequences are quite entertaining while waiting for those free games. The bonus is very hit-and-miss here with rewards in the low tens-times stake usually unless you get lucky and hit those 3 Wilds in fuly or nearly fully expanded reels. I won't be making a beeline for Hotline 2 in future, but neither will I cross it off my play list...