Featuring the classic 5-reel design, unlike many of High 5 games, Michelangelo doesn’t feature just 40 pay lines… instead, it has a HUGE 99 pay lines!
This allows players to make up big wins with ease, and ensures that you will always be able to be in with the chance of hitting big pay days each and every spin!
Due to the artistic nature of the character behind the game, High 5 gaming went in with the intention of providing players a unique and compelling gaming experience. They managed to achieve this by making the slot game as authentic as possible to the time when the artist lived, and this is reflected through both the design of the reels, as well as the musical audio that goes alongside.
In fact, in terms of the game’s ability to immerse you in the time-period its set in, it does an incredible job, and makes playing really easy!
There’s a tumbling reels’ feature, which is really cool addition to the slot. On each and every winning spin, the winnings symbols which make up the win will disappear and be replaced by other symbols, giving you the chance to carry on winning, almost indefinitely!
There’s also a free spin round, which is triggered when you manage to land three of the free spins bonus symbols. During the free spins, you’ll get extra wild symbols, which ensures you can make up bigger wins than ever!
If you’re looking to play while on the go, and don’t want to be bound to your main computer or laptop device, there’s good news – Michelangelo is now available to enjoy from your mobile phone or smart tablet, and you don’t need ANY special software in order to begin playing!
In fact, so long as you have a working mobile phone or tablet device (almost all modern devices purchased within the last 6 years will run it no problem) and a working Internet connection, you’ll be able to run the game just fine, and who knows…
Pros: A really well-made video slot that perfectly incorporates the famous artist legend into a video slot.
Cons: Hard to find fault here, but the only main criticism is that the audio levels are quite quiet, so consider raising your speaker volume before playing.