Neon dominates the visuals in Prism Blast. Set against a deep blue backdrop you’ll see 4 lower value shape symbols spinning around the reels. They’re joined by a lemon, cherries and a bar. The best of the standard symbols is the red neon 7. Land 3, 4 or 5 of these on a payline and you’ll receive a payout of 2.5, 7.5 or 25 times your stake.
More rewarding still is the rainbow W which is the wild. This pays 5, 12.5 or 30 times your total stake if you land 3, 4 or 5 in combination. Prism Blast comes with a Wild Blast feature. It offers some serious potential though. Below the reels you’ll see a prism. On any spin, this can come to life and fire a wild onto the reels. A re-spin the follows with the wild locking in place.
If another wild is fired out by the prism on that re-spin, then the process is repeated. The re-spins keep on coming until there’s one where no new sticky wilds hits. Get on a roll here and the coins can quickly build. Payouts of up to 15,000 times your stake are on offer if you manage to fill the whole of the reels with sticky wilds.
The sticky wild re-spins aren’t the only way to bag a big win in Prism Blast. The game is also part of the Mega Drop network which means that you’ll have a shot at landing 1 of 3 jackpot prizes. The Minor, Major and Epic Jackpots offers payouts of up to £1,500, £20,000 and £200,000 respectively.
Prism Blast is a simple slot game - there’s a retro feel to the neon design which is complemented by the 1980s electro style backing track. If you like plenty of variety and extras from your slot games, then this likely won’t appeal. Straightforward, repetitive action is what’s on offer here. That repetitive action can be appealing though if it delivers plenty of re-spins and sticky wilds.
The game might be a little on the vanilla side for some tastes. If you like the futuristic theme and simple gameplay, then Prism Blast should appeal though. I would also try Crystal Sun from Play ‘N Go which has a similar feel yet offers huge payouts.