Mötley Crüe Review
Formed in Los Angeles California in 1981, Mötley Crüe was created by bassist Nikki Sixx and drummer Tommy Lee, lead singer Vince Neil and lead guitarist Mick Mars. The American hard rock band sparked a subgenre of music in the 80s with their radio-friendly hair metal.
Despite this, most people remember the band for their hedonistic lifestyles and the androgynous personas they embodied. Whether you like them or not, there is no denying just how iconic Mötley Crüe is.
Play'n GO naturally thought the same as they forever immortalised the band within the slot world in the Mötley Crüe slot. This slot pays tribute to the band with song references and also provides dynamic gameplay for eager slot players.
The slot opens up with the Mötley Crüe logo followed by a scantily clad woman just so you know what you are getting into. When the slot opens up, you'll find yourself in Downtown LA at a bar aptly called 'Girls, Girls, Girls' based on the popular song by the band.
Surrounding the bar, you'll find neon signs of different women and alcohol as well as motorbikes at the front. The background is a little bland in design but makes up for this with a few animations such as trash blowing across the screen.
During the slot, there are lower-paying symbols and higher-paying symbols. Naturally, the higher-paying symbols are the band members but as they looked in the 1980s. Each of these characters are animated and looks just like they did in their glory days.
One of the coolest aspects of this slot is the ability to change the music. You have the selection of 'Girls, Girls, Girls', 'Live Wire' or 'Wild Side' meaning that you can select which one of these tracks you listen to.
If you are looking for something absolutely crazy like the Alice Cooper slot, then you'll be sorely disappointed. However, if you are here for Mötley Crüe and classic gameplay, then you'll love it.
Throughout the slot, you'll experience random multipliers followed by free spins and the Wild Side. Nothing is too complicated but that does not lessen the experience at all!
As this is a branded slot, we went in knowing that the win potential would not be average. However, we were pleasantly surprised to find that the RTP was above average with 96.20% which is unexpected. Most branded slots have an RTP under 96% so this is a nice surprise.
Whilst the maximum win is nothing overly special, we were shocked to find it at the decent level of 5,000x the stake. This amount can be achieved through the bonus round with the multipliers.
Mötley Crüe is a perfect example of a branded slot. It's faithful to the band whilst also bringing in something exciting for slot players. You'll find dynamic gameplay paired with kick-ass songs throughout!
Play'n GO is becoming the master of branded slots and we can see Mötley Crüe becoming a favourite amongst slot players. Even if you don't love the band, you'll be sure to love the amazing songs paired with the fun gameplay.