Play’n Go’s unique cartoon style is out in full force once again here on Troll Hunters, but it is certainly not the graphics that will catch the eye about this game the most. More important in allowing the game to stand out on its own is a board layout that is unlike anything that we have seen before, and pretty adaptable into the bargain too. One of the more notable things about the game was that it was initially available as just a limited release at certain casinos, but it is now generally available at all of our most highly recommended Play’n Go mobile brands.
What to Expect
Technically speaking, Troll Hunters plays out over the course of a five by five grid and, as noted, everything about the game does indeed look pretty good. It will not take long for players to encounter one of the more notable things about the game, that being that matching symbols will not only pay out a win for horizontal patterns, but also vertically too, introducing some of the puzzle game mechanics that are more commonly associated with Play’n Go mobile slots like Gemix.
Also like Gemix is the fact that there are basically rolling reels involved with this game. When a win lands, the symbols will disappear and more of them will land in view. That is not all, as the centre point of the winning combination will automatically be replaced by a wild card, massively increasing the chances of following up any win with another one. As is often the case on games like this one, consecutive wins will build the multiplier for any more that come afterwards and there is also the opportunity to attempt to reveal the word ‘bonus’ while doing so. Reveal the complete word successfully and you will receive free spins, where any five matching symbols on the screen will lead to the award of a win, regardless of conventional win lines.
The MobileCasino.net Verdict
Troll Hunters is unlike anything that we had played before, or have since, although in being so unique, we have to accept that it is a game that will not appeal to everyone. There are various puzzle game mechanics involved that can be tricky to keep track of, especially on mobile screens. However, if you do not want to go the whole hog with the puzzle style as found on Gemix, this is definitely a happy compromise that can deliver some wholesome, enjoyable action with unique additions that simply cannot be found anywhere else.