Explosions of colour can deliver explosions of coins in Prism Blast, a 5 reel, 20 payline slot from Red 7 Mobile and WMS. Neon dominates the reels in this simple game. Look out for the prism below the reels that can fire sticky wilds onto the reels as well as awarding re-spins. A full allocation of sticky wilds delivers a mighty maximum payout of 15,000 times your stake. Prism Blast also offers a chance to land progressive jackpot prizes of up to £200,000. Play on all devices from between 20p and £200 per spin.
The set up in Prism Blast is very straightforward. The reels feature a collection of neon style objects. The circle, diamond, hexagon and square all offer payouts of up to 5 times your stake per payline. Next come the lemons, cherries and bars which pay up to 10, 15 or 20 times your stake per payline respectively.
The top standard symbol is the lucky red 7. Land 3, 4 or 5 of these in combination and you can look forward to an award of 2.5, 7.5 or 25 times your stake. Even more lucrative is the rainbow W which is the wild. Land 3, 4 or 5 of these on a line and you’ll trouser 5, 12.5 or 30 times your stake.
The main feature in Prism Blast is the Wild Blast feature. This is activated when the prism below the reels comes into life and fires a wild out onto the reels. As you’d expect, the wild turns sticky and a re-spin follows. If the prism fires another wild onto the reels, it too turns sticky and another re-spin is awarded.
The re-spins keep on coming as long as a new wild joins the sticky wilds already on the reels. Simple it might be but this feature can be extremely rewarding with payouts of up to 15,000 times your stake up for grabs if you manage to fill all of the reels with sticky wilds.
The other element of Prism Blast is the Mega Drop jackpot round. This can strike at random on any spin. There are 3 prizes on offer. The Mini pays up to £1,500 and the Major up to £20,000. The really big prizes come from the Epic where awards of up to £200,000 are on offer.
WMS has kept things pretty simple here. That true of the retro design and 80s electro backing track as well as the gameplay. If you want backstory and features galore from your slots, then you’ll likely be disappointed. The action here can feel repetitive rather quickly. Those sticky wilds can make it well worth sticking around though.
It won’t be for everyone but if you like futuristic games with a single but potentially exciting extra, then Prism Blast fits the bill. I would also try WMS’ Lucky Lanes which is part of the same jackpot network.