The game is set on a five-reel, three-row grid with ten paylines and betting options between €0.10 and €100. Pretty standard stuff there. The backdrop of the grid is a fairly sinister-looking spooky house, and the symbols in the game have a similar design.
The Annihilator game symbols come in the form A-10 card royals in the band name font. There are also higher paying symbols like the cracked mirror, guitar and a statue of a girl. This is worth the most out of the regular symbols, paying out up to 30x your stake for a line of five.
Alongside the regular symbols, the band’s frontman, Jeff Waters makes an appearance as a wild. He not only substitutes for other symbols on a line, but he’ll also payout if you land five on a line. Five wilds give you a big win of 40x your stake.
The Annihilator bonus features include the creepily named “fun palace” and the Annihilator free spins round. The fun palace is unlocked by landing three of the bonus symbols that feature the weird doll. When you unlock this mode, you’ll be taken inside the house, and you can pick dolls to reveal hidden prizes. The dolls can reveal win multipliers or an entrance to the free spins round. There are multipliers between 1x and 50x.
The free spins round is either unlocked by landing three scatters or through the fun palace by choosing the correct doll. Either way, you’ll get eight free spins to start with, but you’ll also be able to land more with extra scatters during this round.
The free spins round also gives you an expanded wild that fills up the who reel. The wild stays in view the entire time and will move across the reels before each spin. The free spins round can lead to the game’s maximum jackpot of 5000x your stake.
Annihilator online slot features wilds, multipliers and free spins. During the free spins round, an expanded wild is always present on the reels.
No, Play’n GO has made sure that the game can be played on all devices. You can load up the game quickly on phones and tablets, and it runs smoothly without any issues.
The game has an RTP factor of 96.2%. Volatility is high.
Even if you’re not a fan of the band or heavy metal in general, this game still has a lot of fun. Of course, you may have to turn the volume down a bit if metal isn’t really your thing. There’s a good range of special features on offer, and the game looks great too. Still not convinced? You can always try out the demo for free, without risking your own cash.