Gravity Bonanza Review
There is definitely something quite sweet and innocent about Gravity Bonanza. The features are simple enough to grasp and the overall feel of the slot has the ability to put you in a good mood. Being a Cluster Pays game, you have a good chance of landing wins all over the grid and the additional tumbles/cascades could well bring more wins your way.
There is a bit of an '80s throwback feel with a lively synth soundtrack keeping you going throughout this space-themed adventure. The symbols are cute and a little bit odd but that just adds to the appeal, in my opinion. The little tubby spaceman bobs around with shooting stars flashing past in the reflection of his visor and that's not it for the animation. You also see planets spinning and strange food-based items rippling away quite happily. The good news is, everything looks just as weird on mobile devices so feel free to pick this up while on the move.
The Black Hole symbol is Gravity Bonanza’s saving grace. As it lands, the excitement builds and you know that a big win may be coming your way. Don't forget though, the winning cascades are also potentially powerful and can add a little extra bounce to your balance. Making your way into the Free Spins Bonus is highly desirable as the bigger wins will be found here, thanks to the multiplier values added to those Black Hole symbols. Players outside the UK may well be tempted to opt for the direct buy-in at a cost of 100x.
As far as the stats are concerned, it isn't a bad showing from Gravity Bonanza. The max win is 10,000x and the RTP is a little over the average at 96.09%. Watch out for high volatility as you make your way through this intergalactic slot quest and always budget carefully.
It isn't going to get your blood boiling or send you into a frenzied slot panic either. Why? Because everything is laid out clearly, the features are simple but effective and the audiovisuals are great fun. A 10,000x max win is very generous compensation and there's also a great range of stakes available starting from just 20p. It may well get on your nerves after a while but you should give Gravity Bonanza a try and see how you get on. I don't think you'll be disappointed.