Megadeth slot review
One of the biggest bands in metal history, Megadeth formed in 1983 to go on to sell upwards of 20 million albums. Then in 2012, they joined forces with provider Leander to launch the official Megadeth video slot and go on to entertain millions of players around the world!
This 40-payline slot is packed with killer features to help reel in epic prizes… and if you take a punt on the Mega Nudge feature, you’ll even improve your chances with a higher return to player.
Read our review to learn more about this legendary slot and how you can strike it big.
- Release date: 2012
- Game: Megadeth
- Game info: Five reels, four rows, 40 paylines
- Bet levels: £0.40-£400
- Maximum win: 500x
- Special features: Mega Nudge feature, Vic Rattlehead Bonus, Hangar 18 Free Spins, Head Crusher
- Jackpot: No
- Return to player: 95%-97%
- Volatility: Medium
Megadeth bonus features
This feature-packed slot has loads going on to keep you on your toes… but it’s the Mega Nudge feature that we think stands out the most. This is a function on the side of the reels that you can switch on and off at your leisure.
Switching it on will cost you 40x your bet, but with each spin you’ll see the symbols nudge up to three times on reels two to four to give you the best win possible.
Find out what else is possible in this epic game and how you can trigger the remaining features.
The Vic Rattlehead Bonus is triggered by landing three bonus symbols across reels one, three and five. You’ll then see the Mega Wheel appear, which can spin to land on one of two features:
- Hangar 18 Free Spins
- Head Crusher pick and click feature
We’ll touch on the free spins round in the next section, but first, we’ll start with the Head Crusher feature. This one is kind of dark, and you’ll see 16 prisoners with bags over their head, along with a maximum multiplier amount. The aim is to reveal the female prisoner with the least clicks possible – every male prisoner you reveal will decrease the multiplier by one.
The Hangar 18 Free Spins round can award up to 15 spins depending on where the Mega Wheel landed. During the round, if a wild Mustaine symbol appears, he’ll stick in place to give you more chances to win.
Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine is the wild in this slot, and he’ll substitute for other symbols to help complete your paylines.
Leander didn’t include a jackpot in the Megadeth slot, but the maximum win on any spin is up to 500x your stake.
RTP and volatility
The cool thing about the Megadeth slot is that you have control over the return to player by switching on the Mega Nudge feature. The base game offers an RTP of 95%, but this can be easily increased to 97% by raising your stakes.
Megadeth also offers medium variance, so you’ll enjoy a nice balance of low and high wins semi-frequently.
Megadeth on mobile
Good news for fans who can’t get off their phones – Leander has produced a high-quality mobile version of Megadeth to rival the desktop version.