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Ride to Live, Live to Ride in the killer new Twisted Sister slot

The hair, the chance to win and the features are all big in the brand new Twisted Sister slot

Based on the big-haired ‘80s heavy metal band Twisted Sister, Play’n Go has brought us yet another killer 6x6 metal slot - and with fun, tongue-in-cheek features, an epic soundtrack and cascading reels, you may actually want to take this one. 

The default RTP sits at 96.20% which is actually very decent, and with wins of up to 4,500x up for grabs, Twisted Sister offers quite a nice return. The one thing to note about this slot is that it’s not nearly as high in volatility as we’re used to from Play’n Go. On the scale it sits at a medium level, so instead of those crazy big wins, you’ll have more chances of hitting smaller wins more often. This makes for a welcome change though, since players who don’t like to wait out for the big wins will enjoy this slot with more features and more winning action. 

 

The Kids are Back

Diehard Twisted Sister fans will instantly recognise the characters in the game, with each of the band members transformed into individual symbols. These are all high paying and can also contribute to the Guitar Charge feature (more on that later), with frontman Dee Snider the highest paying symbol of them all. You’ll also recognise a few more familiar faces, like the angry dad from the famous ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’ video, and the angry teacher from ‘I Wanna Rock’ (same person if you didn’t know), who also plays quite a big role in this slot. 

 

Come Out and Play with the features

Unlike many other Play’n Go slots, Twisted Sister doesn’t actually feature a free spins round. Instead, it uses a cluster pays mechanism for pays, which induces cascading wins, paving the way for the chance to get multiple wins with each spin. Each time a winning combination lands, it will dissolve to allow more symbols to drop into place in the hopes of an additional win. 

To the left of the reels you’ll see the Guitar Charge Meter, with a possible 15 blank spaces to fill. Each time you land a winning combination containing a band member symbol, you’ll fill a space on the meter - and you only need to fill five before things get interesting. Here, Band Feature Modifiers will kick in, which means a band member will be randomly selected, along with a random modifier applied. These can be either one of the following:

 

Scream: All non-band symbols around the selected band member are destroyed to make way for new symbols

Go Wild: All instances of the selected band symbol are turned wild

Unite: Symbols can be randomly transformed into the selected band symbol

 

We mentioned the angry dad earlier, and that’s because he actually performs as a scatter. Each time he participates as part of a winning combination, his meter will be filled up by one - and when this reaches four, the We’re Not Gonna Take It feature is activated. Here, 2x2 Mega Band symbols can appear to clear the angry dad symbols off the grid… and any additional angry dad symbols will also increase a prize multiplier by 1x. 

 

You Can’t Stop Rock ‘n’ Roll

Once again, Play’n Go has chosen another epic band to build a new slot around, and we thoroughly enjoyed how they’ve weaved the iconic ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’ song into the game’s features. As mentioned, it may not be their highest in volatility, but with a generous return to player and still-high maximum prizes of up to 4,500x, we can actually see this slot being popular with a wider group of players. Take it for a spin yourself… but beware, since we promise you’re going to be humming the tunes for hours on end!

 

Play Twisted Sister HERE

 

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