|Min Bet Per Line||0.01|
|Bet Range||0.25 - 125|
|Game Features||Wild Symbol, Stacking Wilds, Scatter, Free Spins|
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a ninja samurai warrior? Well, you can take a little step closer with Thunderfist, Netent’s oriental kung-fu game. Taking place out in the bamboo forests, you’ll be able to spin reels that have been filled up with various ninja warriors. There’s the blue warrior, complete with scorpion whip, the yellow warrior with wolverine claws, the purple warrior with deadly fans, the green warrior with his pointed spear and the red warrior who relies on his skills in karate.
The game itself offers up five reels and three rows worth of an interface, while a total of 243 ways to win are incorporated into it as well. Furthermore, the game’s bet level can be changed between one and ten, while the coin values available range from the minimum of £0.01 up to the maximum of £0.50 per line. Overall, a total maximum wager can be placed of £125 per round. Several extras have also been included in the game to increase the excitement.
Where to Play
Thunderfist features not only a wild symbol, but a stacked wild! These will substitute for all other symbols to create a winning combination, except scatters. This symbol is represented by the ancient Chinese fanged-wizard.
The golden gong stands in as this game’s scatter symbol and spinning three or more will provide players with access to the free spins mode. Three scatters provide 10 free spins, four scatters provide 15 free spins and five scatters provide 20 free spins.
During the aforementioned free spins round, players will be granted a random multiplier. This ranges from times two up to times five and can considerably boost your balance.
The game is very authentic in its imagery and integrated soundtrack. The addition of the stacked wild symbol is definitely a nice touch and as always, free spins continue to provide compelling game additions. Thunderfist could have benefited from at least a bonus round though, especially considering all the different types of additional games that could have been played for it. However, as with every Netent game, there’s definitely an attraction to Thunderfist, and it offers up a compelling brush with samurai madness.