Free Testament slot
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Testament slot by Play'n Go continues their fine tradition of Heavy Metal themed games as we saw with Sabaton slot. Like that game and also Black Mamba slot, here we have all the album artwork behind the reels and of course their music to accompany our spinning. Demon slot was my favourite of Play'n Go's metal collection, so can these Californian thrash artists provide a lasting testament to our bankroll as well as our music collection?
We get 243-ways to win on Testament slot so a 5x3 grid and no fixed pay lines. Symbols can appear stacked and the pays are 15x bet for 5-of-a-kind Single Gold Devil Wilds which can also be randomly transformed into by the top standard symbol, the Red Skull which pays 12.5x, Purple Zombie 10x, Green devil 7.5x, Blue Boss 5x, Swords 2.5x with four card values paying either 1 or 0.5x for a full way. The only random modifier is as I said the fact the Red Skulls can transform into Wilds.
Luckily we get rewarded for just 2 scatters here which appear in the form of a Snake-haired Gorgon.
Song Feature - 2 scatters gets you 3 free games with sticky Wilds and you get ONE of these modifiers during them, randomly selected:
Dark Roots of Earth - Gold Wilds expand either up or down.
Throne of Thorns - reels expand to 4-5-6-5-4 giving 2400 ways.
Cold Embrace - all Wilds are frozen in place.
Rise Up Spins - 3 scatters get these and if you get 4 scatters a 5x bet prize is added, or 5 scatters a 20x bet prize awarded. You get 9 free spins and the 9 blocked tiles above necessary to unblock the 243-ways into the maximum 2400 4-5-6-5-4 grid are removed each time a scatter appears. Unlock the full 2400-way grid and you then play the rest as Testament Spins and get 3 extra spins added to those you have left. During these all Wilds will expand one position either up or down and will stay frozen for the remainder. Play'n Go tell us up to 20,000x bet is possible.
Testament slot isn't bad at all although the music isn't quite as noteworthy as that of the other metal slots in the series. The base game isn't bad either, has a 96.45% RTP but relies heavily on the Song Feature to pay anything decent before you trigger the main event. This is hit and miss and you'll usually trigger the Testament round just in time for the final 3 fully-enhanced spins, but they are volatile and seldom pay much. Not one for me I'm afraid, this review play will be my final testament to the slot...