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The Invisible Man is another of those gorgeous NetEnt slots that are the reason for the slot developer’s success. With a great 1930s feel to it, an art deco look and plenty of the characters from the book/movie, it’s hard not to love this slot.
The soundtrack is thrilling and underscores the thrill of the slot quite nicely. Occasional sound bites are a nice addition to the soundscape of the slot, but they get a little bit repetitive over time.
Whilst the slot only comes with 20 paylines, they do pay both ways, meaning from left to right and right to left. That way the slot plays a little more like a 40 payline slot, which is just as well, because most wins will end up on the small side.
In the base game (and during free spins) you get roaming wilds. The copper generally begins his journey on reel 1 and travels all the way across the reels, offering a free re-spin on every turn. The invisible man on the other hand begins his journey across the reels on reel 5. He also gives you a free re-spin until the last wild has travelled across the reels. It’s possible to get several roaming wilds on the reels at the same time. During free spins they will drop in on any reel at any time and they’ll give you free re-spins here as well.
The free spin bonus is triggered when the copper and the invisible man collide on the reels. Whilst you get 10 free spins initially, you can get an additional 4 spins if those two wilds collide during the free spin bonus.
During the free spin bonus, you will also notice two meters on the top of the screen. One counts all the invisible man wilds and the other one counts the copper wilds. Whichever meter gets filled with 8 of those wilds first, indicates which additional bonus you’ll get following the free spins. You will not always collect enough of either wild and the feature will end after the free spins have played through, but thanks to all those free re-spins when the wilds show up, you’ll get the additional bonus more often than not.
If you collect 8 copper wilds, you’ll end up playing 3 additional free spins on a new screen in a burning building. The copper will be shooting at the screen and provide you with 5 burning wilds almost guaranteed to bring in some handsome wins, since the slot pays both ways.
If you collect 8 invisible man wilds, you’ll get the bonus game instead, which is a simple click me game. You’ll be the crazy scientist and will get to play in three different locations, where you can click on objects and reveal coin prizes and multipliers. Of course, it’s also possible to pick and item that will end the feature.
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Whilst The Invisible Man has much to offer in terms of bonus features, they’re not all hidden away in the free spins. Indeed, the roaming wilds will keep you afloat just nicely during the base game and allow for bigger wins when those free re-spins keep happening. Getting multiple wilds on the screen is not just entertaining, but also quite exciting.
More fun can be had during the free spin features, but it’s always a bit of a shame when you don’t get to play an additional three free spins or the click me feature. As it is, the only fault we found with the slot is the fact that you can have surprisingly long dry spells during the base game or a disappointing free spin bonus. Never both at the same time, though. And at the end of the day we were rarely bored with this slot and all its features.