The battle between good and evil has been around since human beings became self-aware and started to question their own morality. You've seen evidence of this on everything from etched ancient tablets all the way to money making blockbuster films. Swedish casino game developer NetEnt has decided to provide their own take on the epic battle with their Archangels: Salvation slot. The game puts heavenly angels against demonic beings, which can help you profit, which is actually quite nice. The game has a unique layout to it and brings some devilishly good features that make it an experience that you should certainly try at least once.
Archangels: Salvation is a 6 reel, 100 payline video slot that is split between heaven and hell. The left side of the reels has an angel that is set to do battle with demons using a spear/sword combo. The right side of the reels are set in hell complete with a grounded demon that has a sword and can shoot fire. The game's symbols include gem versions of spades, clubs, hearts, and diamonds as well as a skull, cape with horns, lions, helmet with wings, the demon, and the angel.
Features in the game include wild symbols, hot spot areas that can generate wilds. There is also a Heaven Feature that generates wilds near the top of the reels. The Hell Feature does the same, but on the lower side of the reels. Free spins are also available if three or more scatter symbols are triggered on the reels, and you can get up to 25 free spins if you get six scatters. The combined reel setup with the bold feature set give players a posted return to player percentage (RTP) of 96.1% which is comparable with most other slots we see online these days.
The overall experience with Archangels: Salvation is pretty decent in my opinion. I liked the different features in the game and found them to activate regularly. The symbols are a bit small for my bad eyes though, which did make it kind of hard to follow with my old man eyeballs. The game is a lot of fun to play, and if you can handle all of the action going on with the six reels, then you should definitely give this game a spin. It works equally well on both desktop and mobile platforms, and I think its a real winner.