Torrente Again slot review
Torrente Again slot by Playtech is a licensed theme many of you may have not heard of. There are a series of dark spoof cop films from Spain which are quite popular there and Playtech have used the films as a theme here. The backdrop is a city building on fire above a motorway underpass and we get the jaunty music that accompanies the films as we open the game. Normally the film themes Playtech use are a little more well known when they make slots, as you will see when I mention Grease, The Matrix and Rocky amongst big Hollywood titles. So can our hapless Torrente keep our bankroll safe and sound or will it end up in the clutches of the Madrid Mafia?
On The Reels...
You will see 20 fixed pay lines here on Torrente Again slot with single symbols aside from a special as we'll see shortly. Heart Wilds will pay the best 5-of-a-kind here at 25x bet, Torrente 20x with five other characters paying either 7.5 or 2.5x with 5 low-paying icons of various coloured casino chips at 1.5 or 1x for a full line. Torrente does appear on reel 1 fully stacked and should he do so, you get 2 respins where all Torrente and Wilds are held in position to hopefully give a win or improve the existing one.
There is one random modifier where Torrente, in a classic scene, parachutes down onto the grid and with him parachute any amount of up to 8 Heart Wilds to cover random tiles on the grid. Your remaining symbol is the Cop Badge which appears on reel 1, 3 and 5 to trigger our only bonus feature here in Madrid, but at least you get a choice of two.
Having landed those 3 scatters, you choose from two options.
Office Slave - choose photographs on Torrente's desk for cash awards, stopping at a collect.
Naughty Night Free Games - 4 spins where Torrente walks across the grid carrying an inflatable love doll as panties cascade down onto the tiles, covering 8 positions each time.
Corny is the adjective for the Torrente Again slot as is the film it's based on. It's quite amusing even if you haven't seen the movies but the rewards here are as low a Madrid detective's wages with low potential and volatility. It's a game you'd play for fun rather than with expectation of anything balance-changing, even taking the rather low 94.51% RTP in to account. The graphics and animations are decent as Playtech tend to make with their movie slots, but the mad detective seems to have done his job well here and limited any potential ill gotten gains to be found in this town...