You don’t have to don face paint to play this slot machine from WMS Gaming, but why feel left out? KISS have been rocking America since the 1980s and there’s been a fair few crazy, crazy nights over the past few decades.
KISS are known for their massive live shows so it’s no surprise at all that this game is enormous too. It features Colossal Reels and they really are colossal. On the left hand side of the screen we have the main reel set which has five reels and four rows of symbols. Then on the right hand side there’s five smaller reels that have a total of 12 rows and that’s really colossal.
In total the KISS Slot game has ten reels and a massive 100 paylines. When it comes to deciding your stake for each spin of the reels, the line bet covers two not one lines. The minimum cost of playing the game is £0.10 and the maximum is £250. That’s a wide range and only stake what you can afford to lose.
The symbols include the band members Starchild, Demon, Spacechild and Catman. What happened to the days when we had real names like Dave, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Titch? We also get a guitar ready to play another electrifying riff and a Kiss logo. There’s a lot of reels to fill in this game so we get the Jack to Ace playing card symbols too.
A Kiss band member is the wild symbol in this game and substitutes for all the other symbols in this game apart from the feature scatter symbol. This only appears on the first, third and fifth reels on each of the two sets of reels.
There’s also stacked symbols in this game and the good news is that when they make an appearance they then transfer over to the colossal set of reels. Now that’s really going to be giving you a great chance of getting a whole series of winning combinations.
Playing the game isn’t too difficult. It’s easy to set the stake that you want for each game. If you want to set some automated spins, then it’s autoplay time. You can either use the button down the bottom left of the screen. This doesn’t set a specific amount but can be stopped at any time. Up the top right of the screen is an options button. This can set a specific amount of automated spins and programme the game to stop the spins if your balance reaches a certain level or you get a big win.
The game also has a paytable in the bottom left hand corner. In the top right is the question mark button that brings up the rules for the game. Now the look of this game is a bit different from others, so read the paytable and rules and then get some free games under your belt before risking your real cash.