Kiss: Shout It Out Loud Slot Review, RTP & Features

Slot Info

Software WMS
Min Bet Per Line0.01
Bet Range0.5 - 250
Game FeaturesWild Symbol, Stacking Wilds, Scatter, Free Spins

Kiss are probably one of the most iconic bands of the last 30 years and their legacy lives on with this exciting mew slot (they’re still alive, don’t worry). Famous for songs such as Rock and Roll All Night, I Was Made For Loving You and Detroit Rock City, to name but a few, the band also seem to be masters of marketing offering products in just about every market available. They rarely let products carry their name if they believe the product is poorly made, which makes us even more excited to give this online slot a crack.

The slot is powered by the ever-popular Colossal Reels and with this you actually get two boards to play on. The first is your more traditional 5×4 and the second is their elongated 5×12. Each game gives you a whopping 100 paylines to play with, making for it be fast action throughout.

Special Features

The game works by spinning the reels and from there the board splits into two. The game will payout its bigger wins from the main reels and then the game will transfer for top up type selections to the colossal reels.

Free Spins

The free spins game will be triggered when you hit three or more of the scatter symbols on both sets of reels. Once you’ve done this initially you will be given 8 free spins and multiplier of 2x. If you get 4 scatters then you will get 12 free spins with a 5x multiplier and then 5 or more scatters will get you 20 free spins with a whopping multiplier of 20x.


Kiss: Shout It Out Loud Screenshot


Kiss: Shout It Out Loud Paytable Kiss: Shout It Out Loud Paytable


We weren’t sure if it was the fact that the slot was all about one of the greatest rock bands of all time, or the fact that it was just a really solid addition to the online slots portfolio, but either way, we had a blast testing this game out.

What you will find is that Colossal’s set up works pretty well with this type of game and at no point did we ever find our selves getting bored or find the game tedious. The design is great and fans of the band should enjoy the guitar riffs and songs throughout. It’s possibly lacking a little in terms of depth, especially when it comes to additional features, but for the most part we would suggest that Kiss should be a game you try, especially if you are a fan of the band or the Colossal type games.