Theme of The Game
Flame is a new game that comes via NextGen Gaming, and a release in which they chose to use a magic theme, though a slightly modern one. The flame that the game refers to is a blue one, so it’s not your typical fire, and it is always present at the bottom of the reels. The action revolves around a woman with pink hair, marked as a Wild element by the game.
Another feature symbol is the Bonus Maze, while as high paying elements you will find logo like images for a lion, a wolf and an eagle. Next, the list gets images connected with four elements (fire, thunderbolt, drop of water, leaf). Getting to the last four on the list, the least interesting ones and the smallest payouts, you see the four card suits there.
I think that you will agree that the game has good graphics, but the theme isn’t a very clear one and the symbols aren’t very suggestive of what it’s supposed to be either.
From NextGen Gaming, players can usually expect better features than they do graphics, though they try their best with the former as well. Go for a slot like King Kong Fury, and you’re getting the full package, but in games like Flame or Renegades they do better feature wise, while graphics are just on the average side. Overall though, this is one of the developers to watch out for and their games are always worthy of attention.
How To Play It
Interestingly enough, you will be playing on 20 lines, but using only 15 coins. Wagers start from $0.15, with options available to take it to as much as $75 ($5 per line). You select the total bet directly, so you don’t have control over the individual elements.
With 5 reels & 20 lines and a set of features that is relatively standard, the game isn’t more difficult to understand than others. It’s also mobile friendly, with most settings grouped around the Spin button, on the right.
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Flame Girl, the wild element, will appear only on reels 2, 3 or 4. By appearing there, the symbol is usable as a substitute in other combinations, being available to help out regular symbols. The wild is not going to help replace feature icons.
The Bonus symbol is also present on the same three reels as the wild. It will trigger 15 free spins by appearing there, which will have the option to retrigger.
In addition to the regular features that I’ve mentioned above, there are also multiple mini features, which will trigger at random.
Cross Flare activates at the end of spins and it pays both ways, with 5 symbol combos paying twice.
Flare Up will multiply current round’s wins by 2x, 3x, 5x, 7x or 10x. Fire Whirl covers 1 to 5 reels with Flame. High-paying symbols covered by it will award bonus prizes of 1x to 20x total stake each.
Live Embers will transform card suit icons into wilds on 1 to 3 reels, chosen from the middle three columns.
Spontaneous Combustion will transform the elemental symbols into high-paying animal icons, all of the same type. Wild Inferno gives you re-spins in exchange for wild symbols that appear on the reels.
Firestorm combines wild and bonus symbols into one, which will then be capable of acting as substitutes for all other icons.
Regular wins pay up to 750x, or $3,750 cash. The Flare Up random feature uses multipliers, so at that point you could be looking at $37,500 from single combinations.
Flame isn’t a bad game in terms of features offered and with an average RTP of 96.61% it’s clear that it has plenty of arguments in its favor. I wasn’t particularly impressed with the design or theme though.