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With 243 ways to win, it’s not a surprise Thunderfist is a newer release from Netent, anticipating the increasing popularity of Martial Arts, involving fight sports such as kung fu, combat and muay thai. Modern Martial Arts are inextricably linked to a person’s way of life, focusing on the patience, individual techniques and fulfilment, perfect characteristics for a video slot that you’ll definitely like when interested in any form of Martial Arts. If not interested in any of these, then maybe you’ll like cartoons or manga series, or simply video slots designed by Net Entertainment while packed with extra features. You see, this video slot has a lot to offer, including some relaxing music on the background, perfect if you had a rough day at work.
Kung Fu Crew
Thunderfist offers you a chance to feel like a samurai warrior while fighting for your winnings. The video slot is set in a bamboo forest, where you can join the Kung Fu crew of Thunderfist. Characters of the Kung Fu crew can be found on the symbols, each having its own special animation when completing a winning combination. This way Martial Arts comes alive while playing one of the best animated video slots designed by Net Entertainment. With 3D animations and an arcade style theme, Thunderfist offers you a truly memorable time on the reels while the gameplay itself is offering you 243 Bet Ways, a Stacked Wild, Free Spins, and a Random Multiplier.
No video slot designed by Net Entertainment isn’t packed with betting options although all with different amount of bet lines, bet levels and coin values. Thunderfist is slightly different as it is enriched with a 243 Ways to Win feature as I’ve seen before in Victorious, Twin Spin, Ghost Pirates, and Alien Robots. This means there are no bet lines to adjust resulting in a minimum bet of 0.25 which can be steadily increased due to the ten bet levels and six different coin values. Choose a coin value of 0.01 if you prefer to keep it simple, but if higher wins are preferred you can select the 0.50 coins or any coin value in between, because no matter what type of player you are, Thunderfist Is for everyone with bets from 0.25 up to 125.00.
One of the techniques trained in Martial Arts is speed, because the faster the fist, the more difficulties your opponent will have to keep up. If you’re lucky, and the Kung Fu crew is having a good day, there’s a chance your cash teller can hardly keep up with your winnings caused by all the extra features Thunderfist is packed with.
243 Bet Ways
It is very much worth mentioning again that this pioneer slot, designed by Netent, is offering 243 Bet Ways which simply means any combination from left to right is a winning one.
Another innovative feature in Thunderfist is the Stacked Wild, inspired by a samurai teacher. This special Wild symbol is substituting for all other symbols, except Scatter symbols. This samurai teacher can appear on any reel in the main game, as well as in Free Spins, as a single symbol, a Stacked Wild of two or even as a Stacked Wild of three taking over the whole reel. But no matter how it appears, it will be responsible for thundery winnings.
Although I’m already amuse by the 243 Ways to Win and the Stacked Wild, the highlight of the game can be found in the Free Spins feature activated when three or more Scatters appear anywhere on the reels. The minimum number of Free Spins awarded 10, but this amount will increase when more Scatters appear on the reels. 3, 4 and 5 Scatters will award 10, 15 and 20 Free Spins respectively, the key to increase your chances to win. Although not only by the Free Spins on their own, because just when you think nothing more is possible, you’ll find out there’s also a Random Multiplier involved.
Each spin during Free Spins is additionally reinforced by a random multiplier which increases bet way wins by x2, x3, x4 and even x5. Find your way to through the bamboo forest to the temple of extra features powered by an inspirational team of Martial Arts fighters while experiencing the arcade style 3D animations. And if Martial Arts isn’t your cup of tea, maybe an old fashioned Fisticuff is which can be found in Fisticuffs. If a sword fight looks more like your thing I’m sure you’ll be comfortable playing Crusade of Fortune.