Wonder Woman Gold Slot Review
Long before Gal Gadot hit the silver screen as the superhero Wonder Woman there was a 70s TV series of the same name. The lead was played by Lynda Carter and for many she will always be seen as *the* iconic character. if you were a big fan then there's good news as you can now relive her version of the character in a slot by Bally Games - Wonder Woman Gold!
Wonder Woman Gold slots is a 5 reel 40 payline game. It features Lynda Carter has the title character and uses other characters from the TV series including Steve Trevor played by Lyle Waggoner. The game is accompanied by a 70s soundtrack which may or not have actually featured in the show - it sounds like it should have done!
1970s Fruit Machine
You can play Wonder Woman Gold from £1.25 through to £200 a spin. It may be possible to play for less but we had issues with the game's wager selection slider. It wouldn't let us choose anything under £1.25 nor could we get a wager over £2.25 unless we selected £200. Hopefully you'll have better luck!
The game itself is a bit clunky and we found that the spinning reels weren't smooth. We know that this is a 70s theme slot, but we don't want 70s fruit machine issues! Thankfully Wonder Woman Gold has some nice features on board including the opportunity to buy a feature.
Buy A Bonus Feature
How many times have you played a slot and lamented over the lack of features? Well that can now be banished by simply clicking the "buy a bonus". Now this isn't cheap! For example at £1.25 a spin you can pay a minimum of £9.25 to purchase the free games bonus. We didn't fancy taking this particular option for a spin though, but it's an intriguing option.
For those who prefer not to buy their bonuses, you can still get the free games when 3 or more scatter symbols appear on the reels. Other features of the slot include wilds, expanding wilds and a jackpot bonus.
Although Wonder Woman Gold has some interesting features, the teething issues with game play do effect the experience. On the plus side it's good to reminisce about Lynda Carter's version of the superhero, but we suspect that a future slot featuring Gal Gardot's version may just be an improvement.