The design in Iron Girl is simply done. The reels are set against a star-filled space backdrop. There you’ll find futuristic playing card suit symbols as well as 4 higher paying space villain symbols. The best of these is the alien android which pays 0.75, 2 or 10 times your total stake if you land 3, 4 or 5 on a payline. The pink-haired Iron Girl is the game’s wild. She substitutes for all other symbols.
The wild and villain symbols are central to the gameplay in Iron Girl. On every spin, the best Villain symbols that forms part of a winner (plus any wilds in that combination) are held and a re-spin is awarded. These re-spins keep on coming as long as more wilds or matching Villain symbols join the cluster. This is called the Villain Re-Spins feature.
Each Villain that locks in position adds to the Villain collection meter. A special extra is then awarded once that set of re-spins is complete. Known as the Bounty Bonus feature, these will be your rewards:
- 8x sticky Villains - 2 Iron Girl Wilds added randomly to the reels
- 10x sticky Villains - total win on the final Villain re-spin is multiplied by 2
- 12x sticky Villains - total win on the final Villain re-spin is multiplied by 3
- 14x sticky Villains - total win on the final Villain re-spin is multiplied by 5
The other extra on offer is the Iron Armour feature which can trigger at random on any base game spin (but not the re-spins). When this hits, between 2 and 5 wilds are added to the reels. If this new calculation results in a Villain win, the Villain Re-Spins feature comes into play.
The gameplay here is a little unusual but works well. It’s not the flashiest game as far as visuals go but it’s all functional enough. If you enjoy volatile action then Iron Girl should certainly appeal. This is a medium to high variance game so you can expect some pretty chunky bankroll swings. You can also win up to 1,000 times your stake with the 5x multiplier if you’re lucky.
We’ve seen better looking games than this. The features impress though. If you like the sci-fi theme and volatile action, then you’ll want to blast off with the Iron Girl. Alternatively, Planet Fortune, also by Play ‘N Go, offers more and has a similar theme.