NetEnt has quite a few slots themed on fantastic subjects like movies, stories and music; one that stands out in terms of theme and appeal is The Invisible Man. This slot is themed on the story of the same name by H.G. Wells in 1897 which was later adapted to a movie in 1937. It allows you to win both ways and comes with 5 reels and 20 fixed paylines. The coin value ranges from 0.01 to 0.50 and you can wager a maximum of 10 coins per line. The minimum wager per spin is 20p while the maximum is £100.
The Invisible Man is a fantastic slot in terms of the way it looks and the way it has been designed. The graphics are 3D, the animations life-like and the music top of the line. The intro animation keeps you glued to your seat and a laboratory with flasks of chemicals and more is the perfect backdrop for the reels to be positioned within an art deco-like frame. The symbols in the game are all from the book - Flora Cranley, Dr. Cranley, Arthur Kemp, Mrs. Hall and also Mr. Hall. The game has 2 wild symbols - the policeman wild and the Invisible Man wild.
There are 2 bonus features that help you win cool payouts in the base game. The first of these is the Walking Wild feature. The Policeman Wild may appear on reel 1 or the Invisible Man Wild may appear on reel 5 and move across the reels one at a time triggering re-spins and collecting payouts as they travel. The re-spins continue till the Wild symbol drops off at the end of a reel.
Another feature is the free spins bonus that is triggered if the 2 wild symbols collide on a single reel. You get 10 free spins when this happens. You may get more wilds during this feature and should these collide too you get 4 additional free spins. You will find 2 meters with 8 slots above the reels: one for the policeman wild and another for the Invisible Man wild. Each time a wild moves off the reels it takes up one slot in its corresponding meter. Should you be able to fill up one of the meters before the end of the free spins you get one of 2 bonus features: Police Spins and Griffin's Rage.