Second Strike Slot Review
Second Strike is the slot developed by renowned studio Quickspin. Released on 09.12.2015 it became an instant success among slot fans for its immersive engine and amazing artwork. This review describes all of its main characteristics that along with free demo mode available on Clash of Slots give a great idea of experience you’ll be getting.
In the world of online games, all developers try to amaze the users by coming up with a variety of slots with interesting features. The slot called Second Strike from popular developer Quickspin is no exception. Although Second Strike uses a classic theme, the slot’s cognominal feature makes it different from other classic models.
The Second Strike slot design is very bright and rich. The play field is placed on a purple gold background. There are five reels in the Second Strike slot, ten lines for making combinations, and the new slot has an external reel with symbols, which is activated in case of a winning combination. The style of the symbols in the slot are classic; on the reels, you will see the familiar fruit symbols: cherry, plum, grape, and watermelon – they are symbols of low value. A bell, a star, and a red seven are the symbols of the middle value, and a huge diamond is the most expensive symbol in the Second Strike slot.
In the slot, there is also a wild, image on a gold background, which will replace missing symbols in the slot, for more frequent payments.
Bonus Features of the Slot
The new slot does not have any various bonus features, the only function that the developers have endowed with the slot is Second Strike or double strike. This feature will help you increase your win. Its essence lies in the fact that after forming a winning combination on the outer reel, the symbol that participated in the winning is highlighted, and bright light runs across the entire outer field. If this light stops at the desired symbol, this symbol will move to the play field and form new wins. 6 to 10 additional symbols may appear, depending on how many images have previously participated in the combination.