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Game Information

  • Type : slots
  • Software : NYX
  • Demo Mode : Yes
  • Min/Max Bet : $0.01 - 2
  • # Reels : 5
  • Paylines : 25
Hot Hot Volcano

Hot Hot Volcano Game Review

By: Russell Potvin

Whether you're a meteorologist, a geologist, or just an average, everyday Canadian gambler, there's something addictive about Mother Nature's fury. The Hot Hot Volcano slot machine from NYX wraps her ferocity up into a fantastic game that is exciting with each and every spin. You'll see all kinds of jungle animals like lizards, macaws, monkeys, and even tropical passion fruit, too! You can review it with the no download, no registration Hot Hot Volcano free play slot demo that is available on this page, and you can even find it on your favorite mobile devices, as well.

Coins range in denomination from a penny to $2 and you can spend up to $50 per spin. The jackpot when the $2 option is in use is only $1,000, but this machine is very volatile and you'll find yourself winning small amounts frequently. There's a Gamble feature here, too, which will allow you to double or quadruple your winnings if you feel up to risking them. The Volcano is wild on the central three reels and if three show up at once, you'll get to witness an eruption. During this, lava shoots out to turn the entire reel wild and triggers five re-spins, which might help to make up for the lack of a free spins round in this title. The wilds lock into place as the re-spins play out, too.

If you enjoy nature and weather-themed titles like this one, another title that you might like is Siberian Storm, a free slots game from IGT. It boasts five reels and a massive 720-payline structure that produces frequent wins. Though it focuses more on the beloved white Siberian Tiger than the weather, the icy cold atmosphere is also reminiscent of the fury of Mother Nature and the harsh environments in which some animals can survive.