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South Park: Reel Chaos Slot NetEnt

South Park: Reel Chaos is a 20-payline video slot running on the NetEnt software platform. Featuring the characters of the iconic animated series, the game has a Bonus symbol, Mintberry Crunch, several wild cards designated with the word ‘Wild’ and bountiful Bonus features, all of which will be further explained in the following paragraphs. Players can try the slot on this page for free or visit any of the featured NetEnt casinos to play the game for real money.

To join the South Park gang’s thrilling fights, players should first adjust their bet. The bet level is set with the “Level” selector and the coin size, ranging from 0.01 to 0.5, is altered by pushing the “Coin Value” buttons. To start the game, players need to press “Spin”. “Max Bet” spins the reels at the highest bet and “Au­top­lay­” turns them multiple times uninterrupted.

Cartman's Stacked Wilds is a randomly activated feature in which General Disarray emerges on top of the reels and Cartman tries to catch him. As Cartman climbs up or slides down the reels, he continues to create Stacked Wilds until General Disarray is caught. Stacked Wilds appear on the 2nd or 3rd reels during this feature.

Kenny's Multiplier is another arbitrarily triggered feature, occurring after a payline win. When Professor Chaos appears during a spin, Kenny fights him, during which a multiplier of x3, x4 or x5 is awarded.

Stan's Multiplying Re-Spin can be randomly activated after a no-win spin, triggering a re-spin on all 5 reels. The re-spin feature will continue until there is a win. For every re-spin a multiplier increases wins by a minimum of x2 and up to a x10. With every new re-spin the multiplier is increased by 1.

Kyle's Overlay Wilds can also be randomly triggered. When the Evil Minions emerge on the reels during a spin, Kyle shoots laser beams at them and creates from 3 to 5 random Overlay Wild symbols.

When 3 Bonus symbols appear anywhere on reels 1, 3 and 5, the Mintberry Crunch Epic Bonus Spins are activated. Mintberry Crunch will fight up to 4 enemies and, in order to win a Victory Bonus, he has to defeat all 4 enemies. For every defeated enemy, the multiplier is increased to a maximum of x 4.

During the Mintberry Crunch Epic Bonus Spin round, the enemy loses 1 health point for every win. For every no-win, however, Mintberry Crunch loses 1 health point. When the enemy’s health meter is empty, a new enemy appears and there is a new battle on a higher level. The Epic Bonus Spins end when the health meter of either Mintberry Crunch or the final enemy has 0 points.

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Level: Adjust the bet level.
Coin Value: Pick the preferred coin size.
Spin: Turn the reels at the chosen wager.
Max Bet: Spin the reels at the highest bet.
Autoplay: Play the game for a preset number of times without being interrupted.

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RTP 96.8%
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LilianInThaHouse 657 reviews
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Reviewed on February 12, 2017


South Park Reel Chaos is super fun game. Powered by NetEnt it has 5-reels, 20-pay lines video slot. South Park is an epic set of serials and I start crying from laughing every time I watch it. NetEnt came up with brilliant idea and not that they only made video slot inspired by famous characters but they have made very interesting and fun game. I don't think one would ever get bored when playing this fancy game. You could get bored only if you start loosing and there is no wins, that's the truth. When the game first appeared I used the all freebies I received from several casinos and after I used bonuses I also played from my pocket money and had great game sessions. This game isn't produce to pay massive but I still want to play this game whenever I could.

When playing I feel like I am one of the characters in this game. A very cool thing is the number of features.'Cartman Stacked Wilds' where Cartman chases General Disarey going up and down and turning symbols into wilds all that in order to create a winning combinations.This feature is randomly activated.

'Kenny vs professor Chaos!' In which they fight and depend on the fight outcome you get rewards with multiplier from x3 up to x5. This feature too gets activated randomly in the base game.' Mintberry Crunch Epic Bonus Spins' bonus awards free spins and it's activated when 3 or more bonus symbols appear on the reel 1,3 and 5 in the base game. Mintberry Crunch fights 4 enemies and if he wins 'Victory Bonus' is awarded. Multiplier goes to 4x in this feature.'Stan's Multipling Re-Spin' feauture is randomly triggered after a no win spin and it's triggered on all 5 reels. 'Kyle's Overlay Wilds' where Kyle clear the reels of evil minions and creates 3 to 5 overlay wilds. This feature is also randomly activated. The highest paying symbol award 1000 x your stake if you collect 5 of a kind. I unlocked all these features and had so much fun. Can't really remember of the money I won but it was a good run on this game. This video slot is something you don't want to miss.
raverbabe 559 reviews
United Kingdom
Reviewed on August 10, 2016


I've gone off South Park a little over the past couple of years, the jokes seem a little less funny now and the current serialized structure doesn't appeal to me as much as the old one story per episode format either. Fortunately though Reel Chaos harks back to the golden days of South Park for me! Butters was definitely my favourite character especially at the time of classic episodes like "The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring to the Two Towers" !

I thought NetEnt did a great job with the original South Park game, it was one of the best TV licenses I have seen from them, and infact from pretty much any slot provider full stop. That said, the base game pays were a little low and the maximum win of 5000x bet was only possible with a completely unreasonably unlikely run of luck in the Cartman bonus round, so I had high hopes NetEnt might add a little extra excitement with this follow up.

I think it's obvious I enjoy the theme of this game, and the South Park characters give the slot an enjoyable and fun feel. It's difficult not to feel that NetEnt have made intentionally put a whole lot of shine on the game in an effort to divert attention from the fact it's really a very poor paying game however.


Just like the first game though, the RTP seems to have been spread quite thinly amongst large number of features, and sadly there is a lower maximum win this time of 3250x stake - high enough, sure, but I'm unclear how this is possible once again. This seems to be a common issue with NetEnt games and paytables at the moment. The best hit I was able to ascertain from studying the paytable was the top symbol win of 50x stake with the 10x multiplier available from Stans Multiplying Respin, a total of just 500x bet, but there are several features which add additional wilds to the reels which I might not have seen the maximum potential from.

I played the game quite extensively upon its release, and never achieved higher than a 4x win in the multiplying respins - you need a total of 10 dead spins in a row, at the same time as the feature randomly activates, followed by a big hit on the 11th spin in order to see the maximum benefit from the feature so it's obviously going to be a very rare event. My biggest total win was in the "Mintberry Crunch Epic Bonus Spins", where Professor Chaos will battle Mintberry Crunch and receive a victory bonus if he is successful in all four battles. My total win from everything together was just about 200x my bet though, so not bad but not exactly earth shattering either.

It's all a bit of a disappointment really and I think I prefer the first game as a slot machine, though the look and feel of this one is definitely superior for me. If NetEnt decide to do a second follow up I hope they add some bigger wins, but I won't hold my breath I don't think.
Afi4wins 2006 reviews
Reviewed on May 4, 2016


South Park Reel Chaos, the sequel to the highly successful original slot game, South Park. As with movies, some sequels turned out to be better than the original, some were not, whilst some failed miserably. As for South Park Reel Chaos, most players may like this game, myself included, I must admit, but sadly enough, this sequel did not live up to some of the expectations of the original game. Nonetheless, playing this chaos version is generally still fun and entertaining.

What aspects did South Park Reel Chaos failed to live up to? Well, the following may be arguable, but I personally found that the free spins games are now a lot harder to get, as compared to those in South Park, most of the feature games are now randomly activated in the main game, the Cartman Stacked Wilds are now on 2 or 3 reels, as opposed to being on rows, which could guarantee at least one 4-of-a-kind win, if not more, and the Mintberry Crunch Epic Bonus Spins do not pay as much as the old Kenny Bonus game could, where an additional 25,000 coins win could be won at the end of that bonus game. Overall, the payouts have now been reduced quite noticeably and of lower amounts too. To us players, that is a bad bad thing!

Nonetheless, I find the Cartman's Stacked Wilds as having the best possible chance in creating the highest possible win in the game. How? Those stacked wild symbols can come on 2 or 3 reels randomly, and if they appear on reels 2, 3 and 4, with a Professor Chaos symbol on both reel 1 and 5, then a few paylines of 5 Professor Chaos could be won, each payline paying 1000x the line bet, plus whatever other 5-of-a-kind wins too. How much the total possible payout could be, I wouldn't know for sure, but my rough guess would be around 10,000x the line bet, which is pretty good. Not really huge, but satisfactory enough to make anyone grin and smile, hehehe.

Stan's Multiplying Re-spin could be good too, but only if a 5-of-a-kind win can be won with that maximum 10x multiplier. As for that Mintberry Crunch Epic Bonus Spins, getting to the end of that fight may be a real hard task indeed, a task which I could only succeed playing in the fun mode! But the final win was hardly worth the additional prize given, under 5,000 coins, if I'm not mistaken. Compare that with the old Kenny Bonus game additional win of 25,000 coins! Nowhere near at all, and disappointing too!


Why must NetEnt change a highly successful game into a lesser one? Could it be that too many players had won really big on South Park? Or could it be that NetEnt wanted to get a better revenue from South Park Reel Chaos? Only NetEnt know the reasons and the whys. To me, what they did to the sequel failed miserably, inspite of it still being a reasonably good game!

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