Rock and roll and slots gaming seemingly go hand in hand, at least if the number of slots in this particular genre is anything to go by! Kiss is one of the biggest bands of all, even if the actual quality of their music has been and will continue to be debated, and they first made their mark on the reels when this game, Kiss – Shout It Out Loud debuted on land, and then online. WMS has delved into the back catalogue for some mobile inspiration and here we are with the opportunity to play this game on phones and tablets for the first time!
What to Expect
Kiss and WMS is quite the combination, and even players that have never sampled the online and offline versions of this game will know that they can expect something pretty special from the off. That comes primarily from the use of WMS’s own unique colossal reels, so there is one conventional board on the left of the screen and then a massive one on the right. This automatically serves to make this one of the bigger mobile slots out there at the moment, as players have a hundred win lines to make use of on every spin.
The members of the band all appear on a single symbol and this is the wild card, which players will see landing in full stacks more often than not. If you do manage to cover a whole reel on the smaller board in this manner, the corresponding reel on the colossal board will turn completely wild too. A couple of band members are stacked too, but they have to land naturally in order to make a difference to a spin.
As the first rock and roll slot, the features are not exactly as themed as on, say, Guns ‘n’ Roses from NetEnt. Instead, players are treated to a standard free spins round – if a round that makes use of colossal reels in this way can be considered standard. The wild transfers continue to play a part and landing three, four or five scatters at once will lead to eight, twelve or twenty free spins respectively. They only appear on reels one, three and five, but they do so on both boards so it can be easier to trigger these spins than players might think.
The MobileCasino.net Verdict
The Kiss branding alone will sell this game to quite a few players we would imagine, but the inherent quality of the game means that it might be worth checking out Kiss – Shout It Out Loud anyway, especially if you are fond of the colossal reels. We imagine that there would be more video clips and music if this game came out today, but even as it stands, there is enough Detroit Rock City playing in the background to give players the impression of something special.