The Invisible Man Slot Review
The Invisible Man is powered by Net Entertainment and has 5 reels and 20 paylines. Playable from 20p to £100 a spin, this game has been produced together with Universal Studios – it’s based on H.G Wells’ science fiction novella which was published way back in 1897 and subsequently the 1933 classic movie. It’s about a scientist who devotes himself into researching about optics in order to become invisible. Graphically, it’s brilliant with authentic sounds, voices and animations.
In terms of the slot game, you can win both ways and features re-spins, free spins, wild substitutions, walking wilds and 2 bonus features. In the base game, Free Spins and Police Spins features, wilds can substitute for all symbols giving you the highest combination possible. Police Wilds appear on reel 1 and move horizontally 1 reel to the right whilst Griffin Wilds appear on reel 5 and move horizontally 1 reel to the left (for every re-spin).
If you get both a Griffin and Police Wild in the same position, the wilds lock and merge together – this triggers the Free Spins feature where you will receive 10 free spins. If wilds merge during the feature, you will be rewarded with an extra 4 free spins. You will notice 2 meters appearing above the reels – these correspond to the wilds that appear during the feature. Each meter fills when either a Griffin or Police wild appears with 8 spaces in each meter. If you fill either of the meters, a corresponding bonus feature is triggered which takes place after free spins are over.
The Police Spins Bonus feature gives you 3 spins where 5 burning wilds appear on the reels at random – this happens for each spin. In the Griffin’s Rage Bonus feature, it takes place in 3 locations where you click on 1 of 5 times to win prizes – these consist of coin wins, 1 multiplier increase and 1 end of stage item. You can get up to a 4x multiplier if you’re lucky.
I really like The Invisible Man – not only does it look great, the potential for big wins is there. I consider it to be a medium variance slot. I found that the majority of the wins come in the base game but the bigger wins will come in the Free Spins feature or Griffin’s Rage Bonus feature. The latter has the potential to pay put a cool 188 times your stake whilst the Free Spins feature can pay out a whopping 1,000 times your stake.
I also love the Police Spins Bonus feature as 5 burning wilds on each spin can give you some big wins. Saying that, my biggest win come from the latter when I took home a cool 170 times my stake. The Invisible Man is a NetEnt slot that will be much loved I believe and one I will be playing plenty – I’m sure it will go down as fondly as Dead or Alive and Blood Suckers.