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Titan Storm Slot Game

“Tremble before the power of the Titans! Immortal
warriors – guardians of untold celestial riches. Do you have the
courage to join the Titans? Win the cash of the Titans!
May the Titan’s favour be upon you! Stand firm in the face
of the Storm! This is more than mere legend! Magic
and Might…are a Titan’s delight! When the heavens open,
skies will fall, riches rain, in the Titan’s storm.”

Aficionados of action/adventure animation television shows
immediately recognize the motifs in Nextgen Gaming’s slot
machine game, Titan Storm. Everyone else mistakes the game for a
weird blend of Greek mythology and space fantasy. In reality,
the game is a brilliant tribute to He-Man and the Masters of the
Universe with a nod to Transformers.

Nextgen released Titan Storm in 2014. The game features crisp
graphics, some in-tile animation, a powerful soundtrack, and a
lot of ways to win. The game has a theoretical return to player
of 95.453%, which when compared to other slots games is very
good.

The background illustration is a work of art, lovingly paying
homage to games like Starcraft, movies like “Avatar”, and all
those cool action animation shows people love to watch but
seldom talk about. With a blue-tinted Saturn hanging in the
distant sky over clouds where floating mountains dance on the
edge of a vast storm, and blue crystals and half-hidden sources
of shining power, you not only know you’re not in Kansas anymore
you also know to expect the unexpected ahead.

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Autoplay
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Genre:
Software:
NextGen Gaming
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RTP:
Wilds:
Yes
Scatters:
Yes
Multipliers:
Yes
Progressive:
Yes
Jackpot:
Yes
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Bonus feature:
Rating 4.5/5
250%
up to
$12,500
Rating 1/5
300%
up to
$6,000
Rating 4/5
250%
up to
$5,000
Rating 4.5/5
100%
up to
$11,000
T&Cs Apply

18+ only, New customers only. To withdraw you must first wager 40 times your deposit plus bonus in valid games. Valid games for this bonus are Slots (excluding progressives), Video Slots, Keno and/or Scratchcards. All other games are considered restricted until you meet the wagering requirements after which you may play any game.
Full terms apply

Symbols & Payouts

Titan Storm is a 5-reel, 3-row video slot game with 243 pay
lines. The “243 ways” design just means that every possible
combination of a 1 tile from each of the 5 reels pays a prize.
All prizes are paid from left to right and only the highest
possible prize per pay line is awarded. There are three special
symbols in the game.

  • The Wild symbol is the Titan. He only appears on reels
    2, 3, and 4. This symbol substitutes for all other symbols
    in the game except the Scatter. When one of his tiles
    contributes to a winning combination he draws his sword.
  • The Scatter symbol is a picture of the massive gate to
    the Titan’s palace. The Scatter symbol only appears on reels
    2, 3, and 4. Three Scatter symbols pay 50 times the total
    bet.
  • When a combination of 3 Wild and Scatter symbols appear
    on the screen the Free Spins bonus game is triggered. The
    Wild and Scatter then merge to become a Scatter/Wild symbol.

After the three special symbols the game’s highest value
symbols are the Titan Queen and the Exploding World. Both
symbols pay 10 times your coin value (bet per line) for
2-of-a-kind. Here’s some more details on the payouts for higher
value symbols in the game.

The Titan Queen

Pays 50 times bet per line, 200 times
bet per line, and 2000 times bet per line for 3 symbols, 4
symbols, and 5 symbols respectively.

The Exploding World

Pays 50 times bet per line, 100
times bet per line, and 1000 times bet per line for 3
symbols, 4 symbols, and 5 symbols respectively.

The Titan’s Warbeast

An homage to He-Man’s Battlecat,
pays 25 times bet per line, 50 times bet per line, and 500
times bet per line for 3 symbols, 4 symbols, and 5 symbols
respectively.

The Golden Emblem

An homage to Transformers, pays 25
times bet per line, 50 times bet per line, and 200 times bet
per line for 3 symbols, 4 symbols, and 5 symbols
respectively.

The Titan’s Sword

Resembling both Optimus Prime and
He-Man’s swords, pays the same prizes as the Golden Emblem.

The remaining low-value symbols are the traditional “A”, “K”,
“Q”, “J”, “10”, and “9” symbols drawn from playing card decks.
They all top out at 100 times bet per line for 5 symbols with
minor variations ranging from 10 to 20 times per line for 3
symbols and from 25 to 40 times bet per line for 4 symbols.

Game Controls

The game controls are very simple, as Nextgen Gaming has made
a point of streamlining game play through the years.

There are two informational widgets placed above the screen
with the 5 reels. The Total Bet display on the left is the
product of multiplying the Bet Per Line by 243 (all possible
combinations on a 5-reel, 3-row screen). The Balance display on
the left reports how much money you have remaining for game
play.

Please Note

As with other 243 pay line games, you cannot
alter the number of active pay lines.

Just below the screen area with the reels is a status line
that reports each win per pay line after your spins complete. If
you don’t win a prize on a given spin the bar just scrolls
through tips and promotional text for the game.

There is a highly stylized control panel below the screen
area. The panel’s design matches the fantasy-futuristic style of
the Titans’ clothing and weapons.

The leftmost controls are the Information button and, just
below it, the Sound control. Click on the Information budget and
you are taken into the help system, which allows you to scroll
horizontally through three screens. Click on the Sound button
and you toggle the game’s sounds on and off. The help system has
its own dramatic theme song featuring horns played against a
backdrop of percussion.

The next control is the Bet Per Line widget. There are 3
buttons on the top part of the widget: one to set Max Bet (looks
like 3 gold coins in a stack) and two to help you scroll up or
down through available coin values. The display bar below the
buttons tells you what the current coin value for bet per line
is set to.

You can use the left and right arrows on your computer
keyboard to change the coin value.

The main widget on the control panel is the WIN window, which
shows you the total amount of the prizes you won on your last
completed spin.

To the right of the WIN window is the ever cool Gamble button
that Nextgen Gaming includes in all its slots games. This button
features a stylized golden Heart and Club emblem, and launches
the gamble feature.

NextGen Gamble Feature

The Gamble feature is standard on all Nextgen Gaming slots.
After any spin where you win a prize the Gamble button becomes
active. If you click on it you can use your prize money to make
another bet. A playing card is turned face down in the middle of
the Gamble screen. You can guess whether it’s Red or Black
(doubling your money if you are right) or which suit the card is
from (quadrupling your money if you are right).

You lose your money if you are wrong. You can keep playing
until the game reaches its limit or you lose your money.

Click on Take Win to exit the Gamble game.

The window has a Card History bar that shows you what the
last five cards turned up were. To be honest, this is determined
by a random number generator. You have just as much chance to
win by making the same choice every time as by changing your
selection.

The Autoplay button brings up the slider control that allows
you to choose from 0 to 100 automated spins. The amount of your
wager is deducted from your balance at the beginning of each
spin. The game stops if you interrupt the auto spins, if you win
a bonus game, when the last scheduled spin has been played, or
if your balance drops below the wager amount.

The Spin button is a bright green arrow. The arrow becomes a
bright red square after the reels begin spinning so that you can
stop the animations.

Triggering the Bonus Round

The Titan’s Storm bonus is triggered by the appearance of
three Wild or three Scatter or a combination of both. The game
darkens the screen and plays an ominous, dramatic riff when it
looks like you might win a bonus round.

When you do win the Free Spins game the transition is pretty
cool. The background image becomes tinted in a reddish-orange
glow. A stone wall covers the reels and then bursts. The Titan
appears in the middle of the screen, raises his sword, and
thrusts it into the ground with thunder and lightning.

A new stone wall drops into place and transforms into a new
reels screen. The three triggering tiles are replaced by golden
doors and King Titan burst through them to complete the
transformation to the combine Scatter/Wild symbols.

The hybrid Scatter/Wild symbol can retrigger the game. You’ll
see meteors come flashing out of the reddish skies when this
happens.

All 5 of a kind wins are multiplied by 5, so even if you only
get five “9” tiles your prize is 500 times your bet per line.

Conclusion

This is a pretty cool game. It has a lot of little surprises
packed into it. For example, every now and then the blue
crystals in the background illustration begin glowing to hint
that you may be about to get a big prize. If you get a Big Win
the game rains diamonds at you instead of the usual coins.

The music and the ambient sounds are befitting of an action
show. The Free Spins bonus game has a much more intense song
than the regular game. There is actually a background song that
plays continuously if you don’t spin the reels for a while. It
is almost like the blue crystals are singing to you.

All the little riffs used throughout the game sound like
transition riffs used in the old animation shows, such as when
you return from a commercial break or some character pulls out a
favored weapon or changes into a more powerful form.

The battle music is a little campy but it’s a fun way to
remind you that, yes, you also watched all those cartoons when
they were popular.

The animations are very well done. Most of the promotional
artwork you can find on the Web really does not do the game much
justice. Even the low value symbols have a glistening, chiseled
look to them that translates well during the prize pulsations. A
symbol pulsates or temporarily grows larger when it contributes
to a winning combination.

This is a “must play” slot game for anyone who likes fantasy,
space opera, animation, etc. But it also brings plenty to the
table for people who just want to win prizes.

You could do far worse than play Titan Storm.