James Bond, Ethan Hunt and Austin Powers all have an air of mystery about them (some more than others) and this video slot aims to capture this trait in game form. It uses CG TV games technology, offers 2 paylines and boasts a range of interesting features. If that wasn't enough it also provides the chance to win up to $8,000.
Fans of the James Bond movies (or books if you're into that sort of thing) will instantly recognize the pistol and tuxedo of the secret agent standing above the reels. There's even silhouettes of women in provocative poses in the background too, almost like the start of every Bond film for the past twenty years.
The hero isn't the only icon on the reels to draw from what people perceive as the spies lifestyle. You'll also find gadgets such as tape recorders, watches, sports cars, speedboats, planed and briefcases too. Other icons include false passports, huge diamonds and blood spattered pistols (a Walther PPK if we're not mistaken).
Players can use up to 125 per play which range from 0.01 to $1 in value. Some quick arithmetic will tell you that bets are 0.01 to $125 in size, which is great because you can pick a bet which precisely matches your budget and needs.
The hero not only looks mysterious in his suit but also has a vital wild card role to play. This means his symbol can substitute for any other bar the pistol which can create multiple winning opportunities on any payline it appears on.
The pistol pays in any position when two to five icons spin in. This will award 2x, 5x, 50x or 500x your bet when two, three, four or five icons are involved respectively.
The hero and his gadgets provides plenty of mystery, albeit cliched, on the reels. This will make it a hit with action hero films, whilst the additional features will keep gameplay interesting. We'd have loved to have seen an interactive bonus game, but it wasn't to be.
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