Reach out for star wins in Pulsar online slot! It opens up a universe full of fun, planets, neutrons and interplanetary action. In this cosmic-themed slot, a honeycomb grid stages both the randomly triggered Neutron Star Feature and Cascading Wins Feature. Let’s start from the beginning of reviewing RTG’s first release in 2020.
Pulsar Online Slot Overview
This is the most common type of slot machine with 5 reels. There are 20 fixed paylines and winning direction is left to right. However, Pulsar online slot has a different layout as well, using a honeycomb-style setup, which has 2-3-3-3-2 symbols on the 5 reels. A lot of features that you might expect such as wilds, scatters or free games, are not going to be included in Pulsar.
Cascading Wins Feature
Cascading wins occur as a result of the removal of any symbols in a winning combination. Any winning symbols disappear after pays are awarded and are then replaced with new symbols. New winning combinations are then possible. Cascading of symbols continues after each win until no further winning combinations occur. Cascading of symbols can result from a Neutron Star explosion which can then cause further cascading and/or additional Neutron Stars to appear.
Neutron Stars Feature
This feature can appear randomly in any spin and will remain on screen until they explode. There are four different Neutron Stars in the game, each with a distinct “blast” pattern; Neutron Star green = Left-Right, Neutron Star blue = Up-Down, Neutron Star pink = cross (Left & Right and Up & Down), & Neutron Star red = X (upper & lower Left and upper & lower Right).
Each time a Neutron Star first appears, it is randomly assigned a number from 3 to 1. For each spin and for each cascading win, the number in the countdown will decrease by 1. When a Neutron Star countdown reaches zero, it will explode, destroying all symbols within its blast pattern and replacing all destroyed symbols with the same randomly selected regular symbol. It will not replace any symbol or itself with another Neutron Star. Neutron Star explosions can cause other Neutron Stars to explode if they are within the initial blast pattern even if the countdown of any such other Neutron Star(s) has not yet reached zero.