Hellboy was one of the very first Microgaming superhero themed pokies. It is, of course, based on the “good” demon of comic book fame. The slot machine itself is minimalistic and doesn’t offer too much in the way of excitement, but you can find out more in our Hellboy slot review.
The Hellboy slot game shouldn’t cost Australian players too much in terms of wagers. Whilst there are 20 lines on the 5 reels of this slot, players can only select coin values which range from AU$0.01 up to AU$1.00, and even then, all 20 lines are adjustable. You can bet up to 10 coins a pop on this game, giving the Hellboy slot a wagering range which flexes from AU$0.01 per line per spin, up to AU$200 at its costliest.
Microgaming’s Hellboy slot machine can see you walk away with as many as 10,000 coins. To win those cash prizes, though, players are going to need to line up 5 of the Hellboy logos on any active line. Landing 4 of the Hellboy symbols himself will see you walk away with 5,000 coins, whilst any other symbols appearing in five-of-a-kind combinations will see you win between 2 and 2,000 coins.
There’s no shortage of features in the Hellboy pokie. The game’s title logo (and best-paying symbol) acts as a wild and can substitute for all other symbols save for scatters.
Land 3 or more of the scattered fist icons and you will trigger the Underworld Bonus, as well as pocket scattered wins.
Players can also trigger a Supermode feature, although this is randomly triggered and there isn’t anything you can specifically do to bolster your chances of landing the feature.
During the Underworld Bonus, players can travel through Hell to fight various monsters. This works as an instant play feature, and avoiding blocked tunnels and finding team members over 4 levels will see you pocket instant cash prizes.
The randomly triggered Supermode offers 10 free spins. During this bonus round, up to 3 symbols will be randomly transformed into wilds and held in place for the duration of the bonus round.