Mild Rockers is a 6 reel, 80 payline slot from Lightning Box Games that can be played from just 50p per spin across all devices including laptops, tablets and smartphones. With a rock concert theme, it comes with free spins as well as encore spins that turn Mild Rockers into Wild Rockers – this is a highly volatile offering.
Visually, the first thing you will notice is the unusual reel layout – it’s played across a 3x4x5x5x4x3 reel set. Set on a concert stage, it has cartoon style graphics. It benefits from an exclusively produced sound track which brings the concert to life. When you get a winning combination, you can see the singer sliding across the screen which adds to the excitement.
Symbols on the reels include drum kits, keyboard, a guitarist, crowd silhouettes and Wild Rockers and Mild Rockers logos. The Rock Chick is the wild symbol and replaces all symbols bar the Bonus Lips and +1 Encore Lips symbols. When you get 3 or more Bonus Lip symbols, you will trigger the Free Games feature where you receive 8 free spins – the Girl Singer symbol substitutes for all symbols (except Lips).
More importantly, each +1 Encore Lips symbol that appears during the feature rewards you with an Encore Spin – there’s up to 6 Encore Spins to be won on each free spin meaning you could end up with 48 Encore Spins in total. The Encore Spins feature begins once the free spins finish.
During the Encore Spins feature, the Mild Rockers symbol transforms into the Wild Rockers symbol which substitutes for all symbols (except Lips). Furthermore, the Wild Rockers symbol can also be stacked which increases your winning potentially substantially.
Mild Rockers is all about the Encore Spins really as you get an additional wild which can appear stacked for bigger wins – graphically, it isn’t the best but it has a certain land based casino charm to it. Saying that, the gameplay is superb and is a medium to high variance game – it offers you wins of 1,400 times your stake on every single spin. If you like the rock theme, I recommend IGT’s Shamrockers Eire to Rock and NetEnt’s Motörhead.