Devil's Number is the latest slot from award-winning developer, Red Tiger. It's been released as part of a partnership with R7 Studio, which is their new development branch.
Meet The Devil
Devil's Number plays out over 5 reels, where symbols are laid out in 4 rows. This gives players 30 paylines of exciting action. Wagers of just 0.30 are enough to send these reels spinning, while the maximum bet is set at 40.00.
The underworld theme offers up some hellishly good bonuses and features. Cauldrons, bottles of potions and supernatural books pay out the top prizes, while playing card icons return smaller wins when 3 or more of the same kind cross a payline.
Trigger Random Features
There are 2 main bonus rounds to the Devil's Number slots game. An Upgrade Modifier sees the mark of the beast doubling payouts, while a Removal modifier takes away lower-value symbols and gives players the chance to land high-value combinations. The Number of the Beast is 666. and Devil's Number has a maximum payout of 666 coins to claim from the bonus rounds.
Fiendish Free Spins
The number 9 symbol in any 3 or more places will turn over to become 666. This launches 12 free spins, where high-value symbols stay in place and lower-paying symbols that make up a win are removed for the rest of the bonus games. Up to 999x the total bet can be claimed in the free games feature.
Shout At The Devil On Any Device
The Devil's Number slots game can be played on desktop computers or mobile devices. Like all Red Tiger slots, Devil's Number can be configured to have a unique jackpot, tournaments feature and the Smart Spins feature, which advises players about special promotional offers.
Devil’s Number challenges players to face the horrors of the underworld in search of riches. With its hidden free spins mode and randomly activated features it will keep slots fans on the edge of their seats as they progress through the game.Carl Ejlertsson, Director of Business Development at Red Tiger
Source - Press Release - Red Tiger launches Devil's Number - www.redtiger.com/news 12th April 2019