This 15-payline slot unexpectedly has 3 Jackpots to enchant players (Jackpot, Super Jackpot, Grand Jackpot). To win one of these main prizes Jackpot symbols are needed to form a good line and the spin that contains this winning combination must be played by maximum number of coins. If this latter criteria isn’t fulfilled the most winnable amount is 10.000 credits. Among the regular symbols what else than the Female Devil character is the most important participant and can reward 10.000 coins as top prize. The other little Devil is the game’s Wild and has only substituting function while Scatter has the ability to award 10-50 free spins that can be re-triggered. Unfortunately, this slot’s multifunction symbols follow the wrong path and don’t use multipliers and don’t pay by themselves. (I hate this trend!)
We can mostly meet at SkillOnNet products with the bonus triggering points system what this slot also uses, namely, every appearing Bonus symbol is worth bonus points what added to the bonus meter and if 750 points are collected the side game is triggered. It’s a 5-level mini-game in ‘pick me’ style where the task is to collect as many credits as we can while trying to avoid the ‘Stop’ label that ends the game. The first level has a guaranteed prize, the second and third stages have 1-1 wrong symbol then 2 and 3 options what stop us playing further. It’s not an easy game to complete or just my predicting ability lost somewhere but I never could manage myself through even the second stage.
Eventually, Fire Burner is not a bad game but not offering better feature qualities is not what I want to see at a game.
The winnings, the payouts are just so-so and there are some areas where some improvements are needed but the game even with the conditions it has now is still playable and we can’t forget the Jackpots what it provides. So there are positives and negatives here like at every other game and maybe but really just maybe it seems the negative qualities are represented in larger number.