Planet of the Apes – It makes no sense to choose between Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and Rise of the Planet of the Apes when you can play both at the same time. The double slot technology used in this slot means that there are twice as many reels and twice as much excitement.
Planet of the Apes RTP 96.33%
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Review of the film Planet of the Apes
Theme and plot of the story
In contrast to its predecessor, Planet of the Apes is based on its reboot / prequel films Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014) and Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011), which reintroduced humans into the picture.
Similarly to how those films produced two conflicting worlds of humans vs other apes, the game portrays that duality via the mix of human and non-human characters, as well as the game’s use of twin slots to provide a unique experience (details below in Gameplay).
Graphics, sounds, and animations are all included.
Because the slot is based on a movie, the visuals are as excellent as you would expect from a NetEnt game. The game has the funds to pay off 20th Century Fox for the rights, thus there is almost no chance that it will be anything less than flawless when it is released in 2019.
In any case, the photographic symbolism may have been better served by using an art style that was less literal, and the disparity between the two films in terms of breadth and style causes the Rise side to seem fairly boring when contrasted to the Dawn half of the film.
The slot, despite these flaws, is complemented by excellent animations and an excellent music drawn from the movie, which combine to make the design components seem to be a net plus for the game.
The action of Planet of the Apes takes place on an intriguing double slot screen. On one side, there’s Rise of the Planet of the Apes, and on the other, there’s Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Each slot machine operates independently of the others, except when specific features are activated that allow particular sets of symbols to be transferred from one slot machine to the other.
Among these characteristics is the Dual Feature, which selects a different random symbol for each game. When the symbol settles in the desired location, it becomes permanent. If it arrives on the other game’s screen, it gets moved to the other game’s screen.
In addition to this random function, there are a number of other extra features, which are discussed further below.
Wilds, bonuses, and free spins are all included in this game.
Wild symbols are unique to each game and may be used to replace any other symbol with the exception of the Bonus and Scatter symbols.
The Wilds are delivered in a stack. If a stack of Wild symbols fills a whole reel in one game, the corresponding reel in the other game will be modified to include only Wild symbols.
If you get three or more scatter symbols in a single spin, you will get a payout. It is once again not possible to move them across the twin slots. As a result, a Rise Scatter cannot form a winning combination with two Dawn Scatters.
Free spins are also triggered by scatter symbols. Rise is a video slot game in which three or more Scatters provide ten free spins, during which all Wilds are gathered after each spin and then randomly put on the play area during the final free spin.
For example, on the Dawn slot machine, three or more Scatter symbols will start fifteen free spins with a set of supplementary symbols that will fill up meters to deliver additional multipliers, Wilds, and respins.
In addition, there is a Bonus sign in each game, which is the Rise Bonus symbol. The coin reward feature will be activated if it appears on the first reel. Every human or non-human ape symbol will be awarded a random coin value, which will be added to your winnings if it does.
The Dawn Bonus, on the other hand, turns all of the ape/human symbols into a single ape/human sign that is picked at random.
Bet sizes, return on investment (RTI), and variance
Planet of the Apes has a medium level volatility. We appreciate high volatility since it allows us to match our preferred tactics with ease.
The return to player is 96.33 percent, which is above average for the industry.
From £/$/€0.20 to £/$/€200.00, the bet ranges on the site we tested varied from £/$/€0.20 to £20.00.
Planet of the Apes is a well-made game that is simply packed with intriguing features and a variety of bonuses, but it falls short of the mark when it comes to average return to player and volatility. Both of which we like to make the most of in the slots that we propose.