Motorhead is synonymous with heavy metal, as it stood as one of the world's hardest bands for 40 years before band lead Lemmy passed away from cancer in 2015. Net Entertainment has produced the Motorhead slot to go along with its other rock and roll inspired slots Guns 'n Roses and Jimi Hendrix, which have stood out as offering excellent features backed by some legendary songs.
Motorhead is a 5 reel, 76 payline video slot with reels that increase in size as you progress from left to right. The game takes place on a stage and manages to mix in a series of classic slot symbols with some inspired by the band itself. Symbols in the game include four leaf clovers, cherries, horseshoes, 7s, bells, gold stars, and Lemmy himself. The game also has demon heads, and a spade that have special purposes. The symbols are backed up by some gut-shaking jams put out by the band, which can really put you in the right mindset to be spinning the reels.
The Mystery Reel feature transforms stacked mystery symbols into another game symbol at the end of a spin. The other main feature, known as the Bomber Feature, may be randomly activated at the start of any spin. This triggers a number of "bombs" that create clusters of mystery symbols across the reels which then transform into another symbol as in the Mystery Reel feature. There is also a free spins round which is triggered by the appearance of three or more scatter symbols on a single spin. The game discloses a theoretical return to player of 97%, which is pretty darn high when you compare it to other slots available on the internet.
I have played Motorhead for a bit of time, and find that this is my least favourite of the three Net Ent rocks slots out there. For starters I am not a huge fan of Motorhead's music, but that aside I also suspect this is due in part to the fact that the feature set in this game isn't as well developed as it is in say Guns 'n Roses. With that being said, there is the potential for some huge wins based on the Ace of Spades wild and stacked symbols.
Naturally I'd highly recommend checking the Motorhead slot out if you're a fan of the band or heavy metal music, and if you're not, I'd suggest starting with some of the other music inspired games out there and making your way to this slot to see if it's your cup of tea.