Feel the mighty power of the weather in Force of Nature, a 5 reel, 20 payline slot from Leander Games. Look out for 3 modifiers that can strike on any spin to deliver added wilds, wilds reels and symbol upgrades. There’s also a bonus round that awards 10 free spins (initially) with sticky wilds. Play on all devices from between 20p and £100 per spin.
There’s a tropical feel to the design here. With a pond and leaves swaying gently in the background you’ll see A to 10 royal values alongside a trio of meteor symbols. The top payer is the Force of Nature logo. Land 5 of these on a payline and you’ll receive an award of 20 times your stake.
More rewarding still is the wild. This replaces all other symbols apart from the free spins scatter and offers payouts of up to 50 times your stake. On any spin, you could receive 1 of the following modifier extras.
- Tornado feature – the wind starts to howl and a tornado blows onto the reels. This removes a random selection of symbols and replaces them with new ones. A new payout consideration then follows.
- Flood feature – water rises from the bottom of the reels. When it ebbs away, it will leave a trail of extra wilds in its wake. A new payout follows with the wilds in place.
- Earthquake feature – the shaking ground heralds the arrival of the Earthquake Feature. 2 reels will break and become wild reels. Again, a new payout follows.
Land the Free Spins symbol on reels 1, 3 and 5 on the same spin to trigger the Electric Storm Free Spins Bonus feature. You’ll then receive 10 free spins. Wilds that land during this feature will become sticky for a specific number of free spins. These can hit on reels 1 through 4 only. Joining the action on reel 5 is a special symbol that adds 1 extra free spin to your total whenever it hits.
The sound and visuals in Force of Nature are simply done but work rather well. The gameplay sweeps along at a good pace thanks to the modifier extras that come along at regular intervals. The free spins round offers some pretty good potential too thanks to the sticky wilds.
You’ll see flashier looking games than this but if the extras arrive, then you could storm off with some decent action here. I also recommend you play Playtech’s Age of the Gods: God of Storms which is based on Aeolus (the Greek God of the East Wind).