Hell Bars is one of several small-scale slot titles to have been developed by the little known casino software provider, Synot. What players are looking at here is a very basic and predictable 3-reel classic slot, with all your favourite fruit and bar symbols worked into the reels. The backdrop, as you might expect, is the fiery pit of Hell. The gaming structure in this release is simple enough to grasp. It is known as a Criss Cross payline structure, which means that there are 27 paylines (all fixed, of course) for you to win on. Winning combos must span from left to right as usual, and only the highest paying combo is paid out. Having a spin on this game can cost players anything from 0.20 up to 100.00, and there is a non-progressive jackpot cash prize up for grabs worth 110,000 coins. Unlike a few other Synot slots, Hell Bars’ RTP (return to player) rate is just above the industry standard rate and set to 95.12%. The game’s variance is considered to be medium on the slot volatility scale.
There are wild symbols springing up on the three reels of this classic slot. These can substitute for any other icons you can come across, save for mystery symbols. With so few reels to play with, wilds are the key to landing decent wins in this slot.
Players will find that mystery symbols can deliver random cash prizes. You will need to land at least three of these on the reels if you hope to bag a cash prize. Those cash prizes can range from 4x a total bet, up to 500x a bet in all.
The only other special feature worthy of mention in this slot is the gamble bonus. We wouldn’t advise using it on big wins as your odds of success are no greater than 50/50. On top of that, you can’t use the feature on wins worth over 55,000 coins. It can be activated following any win (within the 55,000-coin limit) and can see players guess whether the next card in the sequence is red or black. Guessing successfully can see you double your winnings and guessing incorrectly sees you lose them.
There are no other bonus features found in the Hell Bars slot. This is essentially a classic slot, with a video slot payline structure. Most games which follow a similar pattern are also devoid of any other special features, so the lack of them here comes as no big surprise.
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