Attraction is a game that is very much cut from the same cloth as many of the other Net Entertainment offerings out there. By this, we mean that it performs exceptionally well in the presentation category. NetEnt games vary, however, to the degree that they have any gameplay features. Some have quite a few; others have very little. Sadly, this one falls firmly in the latter category. Therefore, be sure to look elsewhere if this is a priority for you.
Let's start with the good, the presentation, before moving on to the bad, the gameplay. The opening sequence where you are dropped into the lab pretty much foreshadows everything you need to know about Attraction. The graphics are absolutely perfect (we cannot imagine them being done better); the effects are just gorgeous; the music is great and manages to stay catchy the entire time you are playing the game. If you manage to get to the bonus feature, you will be treated to quite the visual experience.
The problem here is…well…there's really only one feature, and it's frankly not that exciting. You will notice a magnet field type thing shifting into various positions around the reels. If a wild appears and falls into its field, you will be awarded a single re-spin with the wild locked in place. Moreover, a sticky wild will be added to the action. An extra wild will be added each time that you have another come up. That's all there is for the bonuses folks!
This may actually be one of the harder slot games to control. That's because you will have to select the number of paylines, the coin level you wish to use, and the number of coins you will wager per payline. Once that is done simply push the spin button in the middle of the screen to get the action started.