When I think of Big Time Gaming's "Danger High Voltage" slot, I'm reminded of the single by Detroit-based band Electric Six which has clearly been used as the inspiration for this game. If you've not seen the film clip for this song from eccentric director Tom Kuntz, all I can say is that it really is something else!
Sorry if that just scarred you for life.
The game is a 6 reel, 4096 ways to win video slot that takes place in front of a large light wall complete with lasers and smoke effects. Game symbols are a mix of basic slot symbols (9, 10, J, Q, K, A) as well as a disco ball, skull, taco, and a bell (... fire in the disco, fire in the taco bell...). There is also a heart with a crown on it, and wild symbols. Features in Danger High Voltage include wilds, stacked wilds, a stacked wild with a 6x multiplier that can be very lucrative, a pick'em bonus, sticky wilds, and wild reels.
Overall I was disappointed with this game, as it feels like this game belongs in a time period more akin to 2000 rather than 2019. The game looks and feels dated and, given the insane film clip, Big Time Gaming could probably have come up with some more inventive game symbols than a taco and a disco ball. Flashing codpieces or moose heads anyone? Although it teases you with a tiny riff each time you spin the reels, the music from the song only really kicks in when you hit the bonus round after triggering three scatters. You'd be better off just playing the film clip if you really love the song. Or maybe not.
While you can play this game on your smartphone or tablet, I don't recommend this, as the symbols aren't sized appropriately for the smaller screens. Frankly, though, I don't really recommend that you play this on your big desktop screen either as it's just an underwhelming experience. With that said, it does bring some basic slot features that I'm sure someone will enjoy. I can't tell you who'd actually play this, but there are some people out there that surprise me with what they like!