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Game Information

  • Type : slots
  • Software : NetEnt
  • Demo Mode : Yes
  • Min/Max Bet : $0.1 - 100
  • # Reels : 5
  • Paylines : 10
Attraction

Attraction Game Review

By: Russell Potvin

The Attraction slot machine is a new game by Net Entertainment. It has a theme based on magnets, science and technology that's portrayed very well in a lab environment. Canadian players who are looking to get in on the action with this game are recommended to do so at Tropezia Palace Casino. You won't be able to get a no deposit bonus, but they have tons of great deals for small deposits. You're also welcome to check out the Attraction free play slot here with no registration required and no deposit needed.

Attraction is based largely around a cool magnet feature. A magnet will randomly appear before each spin on a row or reel, and if a wild shows up in the line of the magnet, then you'll be able to get re-spins with that wild held sticky. You can get more re-spins for more wilds. The wild symbols only show up on the middle three reels, but with payouts that go as high as 500x and the ability to win multiple prizes on multiple spins, it's easy to see that this 10-payline video slot has the ability to hit you with big wins in short sessions. It's also available in a no download format as well as on their mobile platform.

Play'n Go has a game called Space Race that has some similarities to NetEnt's new Attraction slot game. They have a similar high-tech theme that gives them a similar feel, and this is in spite of the fact that Space Race is held out in space while Attraction is held inside of a lab environment. Space Race has twice as many paylines as this new release as you can see in the Attraction free play slot, but instead of using the magnet-style feature that seems unique to Attraction, it has a more typical distribution of prizes with the ability to earn a bonus feature by getting three or more scatters.