The Devil’s Number has a total of 9 symbols. The low paying ones are represented by A, K, Q, J, and 10. The higher paying symbols are books, cauldron, scrolls, and potion bottles with the latter being the best paying among them.
The Devil’s Number is a high variance title featuring 5 reels, 30 paylines and accepting bets between 0.20 and £40 per spin. The “9” symbol acts as a scatter and triggers the free spins feature. The Upgrade and Remove features spice up your gameplay.
It can be triggered for the higher paying symbols only and its role is to boost your win. For example, five of a kind potion bottle pays 12x, but you will get 22.5 times your stake with the aid of the Upgrade feature
When you hit a winning combination with low paying symbols, they will disappear to be replaced by new symbols
Land three scatters on the middle reels to activate the Free Spins feature. If you do that, the 9 symbols will turn into 666 – the Devil’s number. You will receive 12 free spins. The Upgrade and Remove features can possibly come into play during the Free Spins round.
The Devil’s Number is not a slot that offers relaxing gameplay and enables you to grind some small wins on your way home. The theme is definitely not everyone’s cup of tea. It is a hit or miss. You are either engaged or immediately put off.
As a high volatility title, the Devil’s Number pays less frequently than NetEnt’s Golden Grimoire, for example, but when you score a win, you can expect a solid payout.
*The Devil’s Number is to become playable on April 11, 2019. We will update this review once it goes live across all Red Tiger casinos.