Ninja Ways: Demo
Red Tiger Gaming has created a superb looking game here. The bright lights of a Japanese city at night form the backdrop to the reels which are enclosed within a pagoda-style building. Joining the Asian style A to 10 royal values are 4 higher value Ninja-themed symbols. The best of them is the N symbol which pays 1, 2, 4 or 8 times your stake if you land 3, 4, 5 or 6 on adjoining reels. The Ninja is the game’s wild. It replaces all other symbols apart from the bonus scatter.
There are plenty of extras on offer on Ninja Ways, starting with a trio of modifiers that can strike at random on any spin:
- Ninja Door feature - the Ninja appears and summons up a mystery door. This will open to reveal a massive mega symbol that’s’ 2x2, 3x3 or 4x4 in size. A new payout consideration then follows.
- Ninja Wilds feature - the masked Ninja jumps around the reels, leaving multiplier wilds as he goes. Each wild can boost payouts by up to 8x.
- Ninja Ways feature – again, the Ninja jumps around the reels, this time leaving a trail of identical symbols in his wake. A new payout calculation follows with the new matching symbols in place.
Land 5 of the free spins scatters on adjacent reels to trigger the Free Spins feature - the number of free spins on offer varies. Each scatter awards its own number of free spins. The 3 modifier extras are in play throughout the free spins. You’ll hit at least 1 (but possibly more) of them on each free spin meaning you could get a multiplier up to 8x on every free spin!
Ninja Ways is an impressive game. The comic book visuals could come straight out of a TV animation and are very well done. Likewise, the Asian-style soundtrack. Red Tiger Gaming hasn’t shirked on the gameplay either. The modifiers deliver plenty of variety and the free spins round offers some very decent potential.
It’s a highly volatile slot that offers rewards of 10,000 times your stake on every spin/free spin! If you like martial arts slots, then Ninja Ways is definitely worth investigating. I also suggest you try some of their other titles with Reactor a great place to start.