Moirai Blaze Review
Be transported across the Cosmos for a Diwali festival unlike any other. On your journey you’ll find goddesses there to help you out and share their wealth with you. Developed by Iron Dog Studio, Moirai Blaze plays on a grid of 7x7 with no traditional paylines. Instead there is a tumble feature in which symbols fall off the reels and others tumble back on.
Visually, Moirai Blaze looks like a science fiction film which I think is intended by the developers. It’s not the traditional Diwali festival but rather one set in the future. The goddess Lakshmi is here to help you gain wealth and her design is incredible. She looks entirely ethereal like some mythical creature. The rest of the designs on the slot feel futuristic mixed with mystical elements really feel unique.
Naturally, the sound track is 80s synth inspired. That’s not something you’d expect covering Diwali but it goes with the tone of the slot. The reels make a soft techno sound as they tumble and it’s all quite pleasing on the ears. You’ll be turning up the music rather than muting it.
As previously mentioned, Moirai Blaze uses tumble mechanics throughout the game so you don’t even need to mesmerise paylines. You spin and look for a match of at least 5 to win. Like most Iron Dog games, the traditional settings are top left with the gameplay settings at the bottom left. The spin button and autospin button are situated to the bottom left. For players wanting autospins, you can set between 5 and 999.
Incredibly, Iron Dog Studios haven’t let players down as the RTP is at a fantastic 96% which is above the average standard of 95%. The medium volatility makes it easy for both high rollers and those who prefer frequent smaller payouts.
In the base game, you can win up to 2,000x your stake by matching between 21 and 48 symbols. Even though there is a multiplier, the game rules state that the maximum payout is 2,000x your stake and payouts above that amount will be limited to this. So be aware of this.
Moirai Blaze looks stunning and plays pretty well too. The mechanics are similar to Cluster Pays which forgo the traditional payline system. It adds loads of fun to the slot with more excitement when you win.
The low maximum payout is a let down - especially considering the slot isn’t low volatility. That’s the only really downside really as the rest of the game is full of engaging moments and a great win potential. It's definitely a mythical slot unlike any other we've seen at Slot Gods. If that sounds like a slot for you, then check out Moirai Blaze.