The reason behind Thunderkick’s success is the products it creates: their video slots. These beautifully designed slots are all about the modern, sleek finish as well as the volatile game-play. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a newbie to the gaming scene, you’ll probably still find something from Thunderkick’s portfolio to suit your gaming needs.
Here are our thoughts on our top-picks from Thunderkick’s games. We’ve chosen them based on their design, user-interface, and game-play. Comment down below to tell us which ones are your favorites!
Spectra pays tribute the classic slots that were such a hit back when gambling was still being established. To this day, no land or online casino is complete without a classic slot or some version of it. Spectra is a very updated version of it. Only in Spectra, there are no numbers. Instead, the player spins reels of neon shapes mixed in with 7, four-leaf clover, and ‘Bar’ symbols.
The neon is complemented by 80s synth music, completing the overall funky cool vibe that Spectra has going on. The effect is completed when the reels smoothly spin round, transforming the neon shapes into a blinding spectrum of colors. Even if it wasn’t so fun to play, it would be really pretty to look at.
So Spectra is an 80s inspired, super sleek classic version of a slot. What about its specs? Spectra is a 5-reel, 4 row and 30 payline video slot with an RTP of 96.4%. You can also win up to an amazing $240, 000 in real cash because of all the great Wild features, like the ‘Wild nudges’ and the ‘Wild respins’. These two elements bring enough volatility into the game to keep it fun for experienced gamers, but the rest of the game is also tame enough for beginners.
Check out our full Spectra review.
Well of Wonders
Well of Wonders is Thunderkick’s latest release, and perhaps one of its most ambitious video slots to date. The theme is all about the mystical and magical. The background of this slot is set in the middle of a forest, where there’s a wishing well lined with magic runes. The symbols of the ‘reels’ are magic gems which come out from the well. The soothing serene music makes it great game for relaxing.
This slot is ambitious and out of the box for one main reason: there are no paylines and no rows like we’re used to seeing in our online slots. The gems line up in a sequence, and there is a pattern
to the spins, but the combos don’t work in the same way as the combos on reels would. This definitely makes Well of Wonders one of more innovative slots we’ve seen in the gaming world.
Well of Wonders comes with some great features too. The best one is that with each respin, the multiplier doubles up to a maximum of 32. Imagine winning big and also multiplying the win by 32. The slot also has Wilds, and an additional special feature called ‘Fairy’, where a fairy shows up in the game to grant some bonuses and goodies to the player. The average RTP (return to player) is 96.1%. Overall, Well of Wonders is a game worth trying out.
Check out our full Well of Wonders review.
When you think of Mexico, you’re probably going to also think ‘Dia de los Muertos’ and ‘mariachis’ somewhere down the line. Thunderkick took those two associations and made one fun slot to play. The ‘Explosivo’ part of the title comes in because everything in the game explodes. What can possibly be more exciting than singing mariachis, skeletons, and bombs all mixed together?
Esqueleto Explosivo is a 17-individual reel video slot, with exploding symbols and an exploding wild and respin feature. The exploding symbols are the skeletal heads of four different mariachis. The slot also has three rows, which are the skeletal heads piled on top of each other. Our favorite part is when the heads start singing in perfect harmony whenever you hit that winning combo.
It’s volatile, like gun-powder, and visually stunning. Two thumbs up for this video slot!
Check out our full Esqueleto Explosivo review.
If you’re into the supernatural, this video slot is for you.
Frog Grog is a 5-reel, 23-payline slot with features like Wild Frog, the Frog Burp Multiplier and a Mystery Game. It has an average RTP of 96.1%. The slot symbols are in the shape of vials of potions, fairies trapped in boxes, a trapped heart, you get the picture. These are all witch’s ingredients for potion-making. The background music is creepy, to complement the eerie vibe of the video slot.
When it comes down to the technical side of things, this slot can also prove to be very lucrative for players. It features a Frog Burp Multiplier and a Mystery Game, which when combined can cash out some big winnings for those lucky few who manage to take advantage of both.
Check out our full Frog Grog review.