Showers slot - Free Play - Game Review
Showers is one of the most unique video slots around today, and while the game developer behind the release of the slot - Spigo - may not be overly well-known, the game itself - as you’ll see from this review - is packed full with exciting gameplay and features, while also being set in Ibiza - and yes, you heard that correctly.
This review is going to look at what Showers has to offer - and we’ll cover everything from the look, design, and feel of the slot, right the way to the way in which the slot offers its features and bonuses. So, without further ado, let’s begin!
It’s relatively fair to say that video slot creators have been not scared to experiment with the way in which they build and market their games - and Spigo - seen in Showers - are no exception.
Sure, Showers may seem a little bizarre at first - and you may even find it kind of had to believe that the slot can actually pay (money gimmick-y slots just have such a low RTP they don’t really pay much) - but Showers is one of a kind, and you’ll see why, when we look at the bonuses and features.
If you manage to land three or more of the wild symbols anywhere in view - during the main base-game itself - you’ll trigger the Wild Spins feature, and this sees you rewarded with sticky-wild-locked-in-place free-spins.
During the re-spins feature, any wild that was present on the trigger screen becomes locked in place, and a re-spin is then awarded.
If you manage to land more of the wild symbols anywhere in view, a further re-spin is awarded, and this continues until no more wild symbols are landed.
You are also given a multiplier for each wind that appeared on the trigger screen, so if, for instance, you landed 3 of them, you’d enjoy your re-spins with a 3X multiplier - landing 4 wilds, would give you a 4X multiplier, and landing 5 would award a 5X multiplier. You get the idea!
Pros: Showers features a really unique theme, and incorporates great music, great vibes, and beautiful women into the scene.
Cons: The game is quite music-oriented, and if you’re not too into club music, you may prefer to try something a little more down-to-earth.