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Elements: The Awakening Mobile Slot Review

Science fiction has always hadn’t an audience and remains one of the most popular genres of modern fiction. Imagining what the world will be like in the future has always been an awesome experience. And there have been plenty of games made about this very thing.

Elements: The Awakening is another of the offerings from Net Entertainment, and it showcases really well what can be done in this genre. Companies can create a lot of different games and experiment with the slots that are produced. Elements is a great example of what can be achieved when developers think outside the box a little bit.

The way the game works is that is that the reels are more like falling elements symbols. Whenever you match up some winning symbols, they will fall away and be replaced with fresh ones. The graphics look great, and the game has a cool science fiction soundtrack to complement it. The game looks as great on mobiles as it does on your desktop computer, and that’s one of the big positives here.

One of the drawbacks here is that the game is lacking in multipliers. It may not offer the best win percentage, but that doesn’t mean you can’t pick up some good wins here as well. The avalanche reels on display here are nothing new, and they can also trigger avalanches, which can work to build up winning combos.

The elements here are represented by different symbols, and these play a big role in building up wins. You can also use an awesome Wild symbol on the game, which is incredibly versatile and perfect for creating those big wins. You can get a Wild from each element here, and that gives you a much better chance at a big win. The Fire Storm Wild turns adjacent symbols wild. The Air Storm Wild blows Wild symbols to new positions. Earth Storm Wilds appear on reels 2, 3, and 4, and stay there until there’s a winning line. Finally, there is the Water Storm Wild which expands to cover the entire reel.

As you can see, the different Wilds here allow for a much greater chance of success and improve your chances of winning big on a regular basis. These more than make up for some of the weaker elements of the game.

In closing, the game certainly looks and sounds amazing, and is every inch the science fiction offering it’s attempting to be. The bonus features are great, and the soundtrack is fitting as well. If there is one criticism to the game, it’s perhaps that it is a little too complicated for its own good. Take away the complex element though, and the game may not have the appeal it does, so perhaps it’s necessary.