The Invisible Man is a 5 reel slot from NetEnt with 20 fixed paylines that officially released December 11, 2014. What a long strange trip it’s been since H.G. Wells published his novella in 1897, to the 1933 classic horror film, dozens of adaptations and spin-offs over time, and the final culmination in a true go-to slot at the end of 2014. In a nutshell, this game is packed with known and new NetEnt features and capitalizes on their ability to deliver a slot that gives players a feeling of near constant participation (via usually low paying action features) and the knowing that if all of the elements fall together, there could be a huge payoff. Entertaining to the core. Potentially very profitable. Well worth playing.
Key features of the game include win-both-ways; pays are from left to right and right to left. This is important mostly due to the Walking Wilds feature. The Police Wild appears on reel 1 and the Griffin Wild appears on reel 5 in the base game. When one or the other appear a respin is awarded and the symbols move to the other side – one reel at a time with each free respin until it has completed its journey. If they both appear on the same spin 10 free games are triggered. More free spins are triggered if the 2 wilds merge on the reels.
During the free spins bonus, each of the wild symbols that walks off the reels will fill space on that symbols bonus meter. There are 8 spaces on each meter and if one fills before the feature is over, a corresponding bonus feature will be triggered. The Police Spins bonus gives you 3 free spins with 5 random wilds on each spin. Griffin’s Rage is a picking bonus game with multiplier increases.
Some NetEnt games are overly complicated for the potential returns on offer. We think The Invisible Man strikes the perfect balance of intrigue, play-ability, engagement, and payouts. The game was released in HTML5 format so pick it up in your browser or over your mobile device with the same rich graphics and creepy sound effects.
The Invisible Man Branded Slot was developed by Net Entertainment via a licensing agreement with Universal Partnerships & Licensing.