A very interesting spin with this game. So Black Mamba is a band out of Italy, three gals and one guy. They are hard rock and honestly, their music isn’t very profound. The theme seems a bit out of place but there are some really cool ways they present features that make it worth your while to give it a try.
Video Black Mamba™ – Play’n GO
You feel like you’re hanging out at a rock concert, that’s the sort of vibe they created here. The music is cranked and they give off a real “rocking out” vibe. This is especially true if you manage to prompt some of the bigger features in the game.
The Black Mamba band will play a part on the reels. They are your higher value symbols that are quite interactive during the play. If you happen to get a combo of five, you win x5 your stake. Getting 3 will give you a win of x3 your stake. There are also some supporting symbols for what you’d expect from a band. Headphones, drumsticks, microphones, and more. They are low value symbols.
There are two symbols in Black Mamba that act as a wild. The logo of the band is your standard wild but there’s also a wild that gives you a win twice the amount as your stake. That comes in the form of the lead vocalist. If you get five of Martina (the vocalist), this will earn you a win x50 greater than your stake.
There is something known as solo features within Black Mamba. They are random and will occur during a spin where you won nothing. The band members represent these solo features and each will give you something different. You will know which band member is starring because they’re taking musical action to the right of the playing area.
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Here is the breakdown of how they rock out for you:
- Alexandra – She demolishes the grid and makes everything disappear.
- Cecilia – She is going to throw one to two wilds into the game.
- Fred – The only man in the band changes a set of symbols into a different symbol. This is random.
- Martina – Martina will bust down the bottom row. Wilds will stay where they are but everything else disappears. When she’s in charge, her symbol replaces her band members. If there aren’t any of them on the bottom, you don’t get a wild. It is a feature that only shows up when you’re in the Concert action within the game. This is also known as your free spins.
When you get wins, the game also fills up the meter. There are a total of 6 sections. When you fill up 4, that Concert features shows up. If 6 sections in the meter are charged, there is an overcharge. This carries multipliers over and you get a bonus. When you’re in the Concert feature, the band members will perform for you. They do solos and each will give you their special feature that allows you to get bigger wins.
There are a lot of ways to win in the game and in a way, it’s well presented in it’s uniqueness. You have the potential to win x500 - x1,000 your stake so substantial wins are possible.
It is very similar to other games that have been designed by Play’n GO with a theme that will leave you potentially unimpressed. The game looks a little bit cheesy and quite honestly, the music is sub par. It is also highly volatile.