Creature from the Black Lagoon Slot Review
NetEnt's Creature from the Black Lagoon slot takes off on the same-titled 1954 hit movie, involving a swamp creature that terrorizes and murders an expedition team. This slot does an excellent job of creating the old-movie feel with vintage graphics and classic music/nature sounds. This alone is the best reason to try Creature from the Black Lagoon since it doesn't offer a lot of impressive bonus features. Nevertheless, there are still some features, which we'll discuss below along with other aspects of Creature from the Black Lagoon.
Creature from the Black Lagoon Slot Details
You must play all 20 paylines, making the minimum bet worth €0.20. You can also adjust the coin size from €0.01-€0.50 and change the "Level" (coins per payline) from 1-10. This all works out to create a maximum potential bet of €100.00 per spin.
Symbols revolve around characters from the movie along with more-generic symbols like binoculars, a knife and an oxygen tank. Whenever you form a winning combination with one of the actors, they'll say a famous line from the movie.
Creature from the Black Lagoon Slot Features
There are three different wild symbols in this game – Spreading Wild 1, 2 and 3 – that act as sticky wilds and remain on the reels for 1 re-spin. There's also a Free Spins symbol that results in 10 free spins (3 symbols), 15 free spins (4 symbols) or 20 free spins (5 symbols). You can also collect target symbols to earn one of two Spreading Wild symbols or 10 additional free spins.
With how well-designed this game is, it really feels like NetEnt missed out by not including a second-screen bonus round, possibly where you could fight the creature. Furthermore, the Creature from the Black Lagoon isn't even represented among the symbols.
Creature from the Black Lagoon Slot Payout (RTP%)
RTP for this slot is 96.5%, which falls in line with many of NetEnt's other games. Summing things up, Creature from the Black Lagoon does an excellent job of helping you relive this classic horror movie, from the graphics to the music. But once again, it would've been nice to see a little more in the special features department.