Sparks is not quite the slot that perhaps Net Ent wished it to be. It hasn’t done as well as they may have thought, but Sparks is still an enjoyable mobile slot to play.
The game is based on gaseous elements, and electrical “sparks”. The slot offers Net Ent’s standard 5-reel and 20-line structure, with players able to choose coin values of 1p up to £2.
They can also wager anything from 1 to 10 coins per line, giving the slot minimum and maximum wagers of 20p per spin, and £400 per spin, respectively. You can win as much as 200 coins in this non-progressive slot, which is a rather petite prize to say the least.
Sparks Special features
The main feature in Sparks slot is an Expanding Cloning Wild. The game features wild symbols which can appear on the second and fourth reel of the game. They can substitute themselves for all other symbols in the game, and take the shape of golden, fire-coloured “W” symbols. When such symbols appear on the reels, they will either remain in place, expand upwards, downwards, or in both directions. Expanding cloning wild symbols can also clone themselves onto other reels.
Sparks’ standard wild icon is a “W” symbol, and it can appear anywhere on the reels, and substitute for all other icons, save for the Expanding Cloning Wild. It is also the best paying symbol in the game.
The only real bonus feature in Sparks slot is the directional gameplay feature. You can adjust this from the main menu, below the reels. This feature allows you to choose whether you wish to win from left to right, or in both directions (right to left, as well as the standard left to right). The win both way feature will cost you double your normal bet, but you have far more ways to pocket wins, which is what counts in the end, isn’t it?
Sparks slot has some nice features, but perhaps not enough of them to satisfy the whole gambling world. This could be the reason why it hasn’t done as well as expected. Even so, Sparks is worth a look, especially if you want to try out that win both ways feature.