Devils Number Review
Devil’s Number is a fiendishly good online slot from Red Tiger Gaming that truly takes a walk on the wild side. This dark and ominous 5-reels, 30 payline slot makes use of cascading symbols (always a winner in our eyes) and has three lucrative bonus features that can massively boost your bankroll if you’re lucky enough to trigger them.
If you’re the sort of person that enjoys a good horror movie and pines for Halloween then this terrifying title will be right down your street. Red Tiger Gaming are truly one of the best studios when it comes to designing attractive, heavily themed slots, and they haven’t let us down here.
Devil’s Number is heavily themed around all things occult. The game is set in a dimly lit, dusty old library, a slow haunting tune lingers in the background as you spin the reels, which really helps create a real feeling of nervousness, unease and strangely excitement. If you’re a fan of horror films then you’ll know exactly the feeling we’re on about here.
Whenever a winning combination is formed a short heavy metal guitar riff plays, when a big win is registered a heavy jubilant song rings out momentarily cutting the tension… When a bonus feature is launched that’s when it gets intense! Heavy metal music blasts as the reels go into overdrive and the game gets very very exciting.
The low paying symbols in Devil’s Number (from lowest to highest) are 10, J, Q, K, A all drawn in a heavy gothic style. The high paying symbols are a scroll, a book of spells with a moving eye on the cover, a witch’s cauldron and the highest paying symbol is a trio of magic potions with angry-looking skulls atop them.
Like most Red Tiger Gaming slots, Devil’s Number could not be easier to play, the game screen is clean, uncluttered and keeps the players’ attention firmly on the reels and nowhere else.
If you jump into this game without reading any instructions or a review that breaks down the mechanics then it can take a short while to grasp, especially considering there are cascading reels just some of the time, which is somewhat unusual as it’s usually all or nothing.
Regardless of your bankroll, this game is forgiving in terms of betting ranges, players can be anywhere between 0.10 and 100 per spin, so regardless of whether you’re a high, or low roller you’ll still be able to enjoy this game.
Frustratingly, considering how great Devil’s Number feels, it does have a fairly low max payout of 2,500x your initial stake, which for this day and age feels quite low. The RTP of the game sits at 95% which means you’re not going to register winning spins too often, but when you do they’ll be well worth your time.
If you’ve got the patience (and the bankroll) to stick with Devil’s Number then we’d highly recommend sticking with it as it can certainly be worth it.
Devil’s Number is a funny one, it’s up there alongside the best in terms of this game looks and feels whilst playing… We had a hell of a lot of fun (pun intended), whilst there’s not particularly a ton of features the ones this game does have are enjoyable and profitable when triggered.
Unfortunately, the win potential isn’t as strong as hoped for which saw this slot lose some overall marks with regards to its final rating. Genuinely, we do recommend playing this slot, but only if you’ve got the bankroll and patience to really give it a good go.