The famous story of Jekyll and Hyde is one of the notoriously split personality of Dr Jekyll, who switches into a menacing character of his complete opposite called Mr Hyde. The classic tale penned by Robert Louis Stevenson is familiar to most people, as it was a staple of English literature classrooms around the world.
Presented over the standard 5 x 3 setup with 243 ways to win, this slot is can be played from 0.30 EUR to 30 EUR or equivalent each spin. As a player you will get to see Dr Jekyll transform into his alter ego and monster, Mr Hyde. But apart from it being a spectacle of graphic wonder, it’s also pretty useful to those chasing big wins, as My Hyde’s presence is more valuable overall.
When My Hyde is on the screen he brings with him a free spins feature, which can be triggered by landing three or more Jekyll & Hyde scatters across the reels. Initially, this will give you ten free spins.
The look of a hidden side
The way the mood of the game changes to accompany the change in personality is fantastic, really well designed. A serious and scary Hyde adds to the appeal of this video slot game. When the transformation happens, all Dr Jekyll symbols change to Mr Hyde, and five of him for 300x your stake wins.
Playability and variance
Land three or more scatters during the free spins feature for ten additional spins. However, sadly they aren’t linked to multipliers, a shame but there’s still the chance to make up to 3000x your stake per spin.
This slot is a high variance game. Although it has fewer features than other slots, its free spins bonus feature is more than adequate. If you’re lucky enough to get a winning combination with two or three wilds, you’ll see big wins follow.
As with any high variance slot you notice period of little action, so make sure your budget can whether these times. There is however, the greatest excitement in chasing big wins, so many a seasoned player will be attracted to Jekyll and Hyde. With a little patience and a touch of luck, you will keep coming back to Jekyll and Hyde we’re sure!
Words: David Bailey-Lauring