|Game Type||Slot Machine|
|RTP Payout %||96.90%|
|Coin Sizes||0.01 - 1.00|
|Bet Stakes||0.20 - 200.00|
Continuing the epic line up in the NetEnt Rocks tour is the legendary Jimi Hendrix Online Slot. The next instalment in the rock music range from NetEnt is packing a flowered powered 60’s punch with the man that help shape the rock genre, the one and only Jimi Hendrix.
This rocking online slot brings with it all the famous songs and iconic guitar riffs from one of the biggest rock icons to ever live. Re-live your favourite tunes with Purple Haze, Crosstown Traffic and Little Wing.
As far as online slots go this one is packed full of features but before we get to all that let’s take a look at the basics. The slot features 5 Reels, 3 Rows with a total of 20 Paylines and 10 Bet Levels.
Coin values start at £/€0.01 per coin and go through 0.02, 0.05, 0.10, 0.20, 0.50 up to a maximum of £/€1.00 per coin. This puts the minimum bet per spin at £/€0.20 per spin with a max bet of £/€200.00 per spin. Win up to 80,000 coins on a single spin of Jimi Hendrix slot which means a jackpot of £/€80,000.
There’s no shortage of bonus features in the Jimi Hendrix slot with Wild Substitutions and Scatter Symbols just the start of an action packed rocking reel sensation. Here’s a quick summary of bonuses and free spins features available:
Hit four of the iconic Stratocaster Red Guitar symbols in the main game and you’ll trigger the Red Guitar Re-Spin. During the re-spin if any additional Red Guitar symbols are hit you’ll get another re-spin which continues on repeat until you don’t hit another Red Guitar.
Purple Haze is perhaps the most famous of all Jimi Hendrix tracks and now it takes centre stage in the online slot tribute to the man.
This bonus feature is triggered by hitting the Purple Haze symbol on the first reel of the slot. During the bonus the Purple Haze symbol acts as a Wild and also substitutes all 10, J, Q, K and A symbols into Wilds.
Trigged by hitting 3 Scatter symbols the Pick and Click Feature launches a screen full of giant speakers which the player needs to choose from. During this feature there are four possible prizes awarding either a Coin Win, Crosstown Traffic Free Spins, Purple Haze Free Spins or Little Wing Free Spins.
All you need to do is pick a speaker and click to reveal a symbol that goes towards one of the aforementioned possible prizes. Match three of the same types of symbols for any of the given prizes and the prize is awarded.
Does basically what it says on the tin and awards you a coin win when you collect 3 coin symbols from the Pick and Click Feature. Plus you’ll get multiplier awarded from x8 up to a maximum of x30.
Crosstown traffic free spins are triggered by landing 3 of the Crosstown Traffic symbols in Pick and Click. This will give you 6 Free Spins and active a Wild Reels bonus.
During the first free spin the Wild reel will appear on reel 5 with Wild reels appearing on reels 4 and 5 during the second free spin. The third free spin sees the Wilds appearing on reels 3 and 4, the fourth spin on reels 2 and 3, the fifth spin on reels 1 and 2 with the final spin triggering Wilds on the first reel.
Collecting 3 Purple Haze Spins during the Pick and Click feature will award you with the Purple Haze Free Spins which will give you between 6 and 12 free spins. As with the Purple Haze in game feature the following symbols will act as Wilds 10, J, Q, K and A.
Lastly the Little Wing Free Spins can be won by turning over three matching symbols from the Pick and Click bonus feature. This will award you with between 6 and 12 free spins where you will also receive between 3 and 5 Wild Overlay symbols.
The return to player percentage pay out for the Jimi Hendrix slot is 96.9% giving the house an advantage of 3.1% making it quite a high return online slot.
As true rockers at heart we love the NetEnt Rocks online slot range which began its journey with the Guns n Roses slot launched at the start of 2016. This new online slot is a great addition to the family and for fans of Jimi Hendrix it is a must play game. We were a little disappointed not to see the return of the track playlist selector though which was a bit of a shame.