Phantom of The Opera Slot Review
Netent will be releasing The Phantom of The Opera Slot on 24th of July 2017. In the meantime, check out our preview of the new slot below.
Phantom of The Opera is a story which has been represented many times through the last couple of centuries. Based Gaston Leroux’s 19th century novel, Phantom of The Opera is probably best known in the theatre, thanks to Andrew Lloyd Webbers West End production.
However, this Netent slot is actually as version of Universal Studios 1920’s film of the same name, which is part of the ‘Universal Monsters’ series of films and slots from Netent.
Update: Netent released The Phantom's Curse Slot after shelving plans for the original idea of The Phantom of The Opera Slot. You can read our full The Phantom's Curse Slot review here!
How To Play Netent's Phantom of The Opera Slot
Netent’s The Phantom of the Opera Slot is designed with 5 reels, 4 rows and 40 pay lines and can be played from as little as 20p up to £200 per spin. It also offers a ‘win both ways’ pay lines.
As far as graphics and soundtrack goes, it doesn’t disappoint. The game is set in a theatre which to us is the only setting it can or should have, and the soundtrack is dramatic and theatrical at the same time. But, since this is not based on Andrew Lloyd Webbers version, don’t be too disappointed when you don’t hear the West End theme tune. You can however hear that in Microgaming’s Phantom of The Opera Slot!
Netent’s Phantom of The Opera Slot has an RTP % of 96.57% which is fairly average and is considered a mid-variance slot. The game has potential wins of up to 800 times your total bet, which are likely to come from the free fpins feature - thanks to the occurrence of the sticky stacked wilds.
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Phantom of The Opera In Game Features
Phantom of The Opera Slot has a great range of in game features to keep you entertained. Admittedly, the slot is about the free spins feature, but you will also encounter a pick and click game, wilds, sticky wilds and scatters:
Phantom of The Opera Free Spins Game: You need to land 3 Chandelier Scatters on reels 1, 3, and 5 to trigger the free spins feature in this slot. During which, you will see a chandelier hanging by ropes above the reels. Uniquely, every time the Phantom symbol lands on the reels, a Chandelier rope is cut. When all five of the ropes are cut, the chandelier will fall and the free spins feature will end. This feature is perfectly dramatic for the theme of this slot! What’s more, The Phantom symbol will also act as a Wild symbol in free spins feature, which can also become stacked for the remaining free spins game, so you’ll be able to land you some sizable wins here.
Click and Pick Bonus Game: This bonus game will be triggered when land the double stacked Phantom symbol on reel 1 and also the double stacked Christine symbol on reel 5. In this feature, the maximum win is 7,200 coins and can be achieved by the following 2 stages:
Stage 1: You need to pick from a total of 8 roses. Some of them will have coin wins hidden in them and some will have an X sign. If you get the coin wins, you will win the coins and return the main base game.
Stage 2: However, if you reveal an X sign, you’ll get to stage 2 of this feature. Here, you’ll need to pick one of 3 mirrors, which will uncover multipliers of either x1, x2 or x3!
Phantom of The Opera Slot Review Summary
Phantom of The Opera Slot is another great looking online slot from Netent, which is full of drama and features. There’s enough to keep you entertained and the wins coming in, although it’s probably the free spins feature where you’ll see the larger wins.
All in all, we’re more than happy to recommend Netent’s Phantom of The Opera Slot! Did you know that 2017 will see the release of not one, but 2 Phantom of The Opera Slots? Of course, as we’ve just reviewed is Netent’s version, but also Microgaming will also release their version – stayed tuned for that as Microgaming are closely guarding details for now.