Devil’s Delight Slots

Devil's-DelightIn Devil’s Delight, you’re going to discover that hell can be quite a bit of fun, at least if it went through the talented hands of the Net Entertainment developers first. You’re going to discover a game where headstones, devil girls, Lady Death and 666 numbers are right at home, with fire surrounding everything. Despite the heavy focus on all things evil and on fire in general, I’m sure you will find this to be one of the better devil themed slots available out there. For some reason, these always seem to look great and be attractive, and Devil’s Delight is no exception.

With features like free spins and sin spins, wild symbols, bonus games and scatters, you’re going to find that Devil’s Delight is a wonderful addition to Net Entertainment’s lineup of 5 reel games. A total of 20 paylines are at your disposal, with the payouts reaching $20,000.

Features of Devil’s Delight

The devil has an important role here, acting as the wild, while Lady Death gives you the bonus game and a pentagram gives you access to free spins. Sin spins top the list, quite an appropriate name for a feature in this game.

The Devil is wearing a suit in this game, looking at least respectable, if not attractive. As you would expect from a feature of this kind, it’s going to substitute for various other symbols, but only if its location on the reels allows him to fulfill his role. Another important requirement is for the symbol not to be a bonus or scatter, as only regular symbols can benefit from the wild’s powers. This is an expanding wild, which covers the entire reel it is on, but it only does this if it will complete a winning combo. The 2nd, 3rd and 4h reels are the ones that can get the expanding wild.


Bonus Game

The Grim Reaper is a bonus symbol and a scatter at the same time. Reserved for the last three reels, you need it on all of them at the same time, to get into the bonus feature.

The bonus game takes you to a screen in the city, with five characters on it. You have to guess which one has the right sin. You click on the sins and you assign them to the various characters. Correct guesses will kill the characters and give you a prize. You also collect the souls of those characters on the Soul-o-Meter, and these souls are saved for 48 hours from the last spin, giving you a chance to come back and finish the job. The five sins that you have to click on and assign them are Wrath, Sloth, Lust, Gluttony and Greed.


Sin Spins

Once you manage to collect 15 souls in the bonus game, you get access to the sin spins. You receive 10 free spins from this feature.

Free Spins

Awarded with the assistance of the Pentagram scatter symbol, the free spins need 3+ symbols in random positions in order to be triggered. Getting a minimum of two scatter symbols will give you extra multipliers or free spins.

Betting options and jackpots

You can change pretty much anything in a bet, from the number of selected paylines, to how many coins are used and their denomination. The first one goes from 1 to 20, of course, while the coins go from 1 to 10. The denomination range is $0.01 to $0.50. If you max them all out, you end up with a $5 line bet, or $100 maximum bets.

In exchange, the game will give you up to 4,000 times the line wager, or 40,000 coins. Their value will reach $20,000, if the largest denomination was selected.

Design and symbols

With the fires of hell in the background and with a fire themed surrounding border, you get the picture quickly about the theme that this slot was built around. You find that there are only death and hell related images in the game, even the playing cards being placed on headstones of various colors. Despite the theme, which some might not appreciate, the graphics are well made and entertaining, with some of the characters actually managing to look funny.

Symbols: Devil (wild), Grim Reaper (scatter), Pentagram (scatter), She Devil (4,000x), Gluttony (2,000x), Lust (1,500x), Sloth (1,000x), 666 (150x), Pride (125x), Wrath (100x), Ace (75x), King (50x) and Queen (30x).


Is It Worth Playing?

It’s a game that has a lot to offer, from its sinful design to the features and even the payouts, and I for one intend to play it again soon. I recommend you at least try it out, if the theme agrees with you.

The Devil’s Delight slot machine is offered through the Net Entertainment platform, so if you want to play it for real or just to practice, look out for casinos that use it.