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Game Review Hockey Hero
Game Review Hockey Hero
Game Review Hockey Hero
Game Review Hockey Hero
Game Review Hockey Hero
Game Review Hockey Hero
Game Review Hockey Hero
Game Review Hockey Hero

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Hockey Hero

Hockey Hero is a five reeled, 25 payline which uses RTG Gaming software. It includes a range of features which put other slots to shame. You'll want to look out for wilds, multipliers, scatters, free spins and a second chance 'win win' bonus game. Oh, there's a progressive jackpot too!

Hockey Hero Theme

A selection of ice hockey paraphernalia can be seen behind the reels. These items include hockey sticks, masks and pucks. Other than that the slot uses a fairly typical layout, brightened up by helpful line markers and buttons.

The reel icons are a different story because each one is unique. These include hockey masks, Rhino logos, players, referees, penalty boxes, hot dogs, soda, beer, pucks, goalkeepers, timers and gold cups.

Betting Options and More Functions

Auto plays are available, albeit a little buried. To access them you need only press the menu option and enter your chosen number of spins using the on screen prompts. These spins then play without any further input from you, unless you want to stop them of course.

Hockey Hero Slot Features

Two outfield players can appear on reels two and four only. These special icons are able to create wins double the size of the regular paytable value by substituting for any regular icon.

Ice hockey often gets feisty, and when it does players can end up in the penalty box or 'sin bin'. On this slot this is a good thing because three or more of two icons will award a prize. You'll win 1, 2, 20 or 200 coins when two, three, four or five icons appear in any position respectively. Three or more of these icons also awards the free spins feature.

Free spins play automatically with a few unusual functions. Firstly all peanut icons are removed from the reels and a countdown timer is added to reel 1. Each spin can add another clock and continue In this fashion until either 18 spins have occurred or two clocks appear on the same reel. If you fail to win at least 10x your triggering bet the 'win win' feature will be awarded to gain you an additional bonus prize to boost your overall bonus winnings.

Our Take on Hockey Hero

We love ice hockey for its energy and variety. The exact same traits are interwoven into this slot, so we love this too. You can play it at a huge range of casinos; some with hefty bonuses like the ones shown below. Enjoy them whilst they're available.

Play and Payment Details

  • 5
    Reels
  • 25
    Pay lines
  • $100,000.00
    Max cash jackpot
  • N/A
    Payout percent
  • Yes
    Wild symbol
  • Yes
    Multiplier
  • $0.01 - $125.00
    Betting range
  • 0.01 - 5.0
    Coin bet range
  • 1
    Coins per line
  • Yes
    Progressive
  • 20000
    Max coins jackpot
  • 25
    Max coins
  • Yes
    Scatter symbol
  • Yes
    Free spins available
  • Yes
    Bonus game

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