It looks like the scientist in the Gold Lab slot from Quickspin is cooking up an idea on how to generate some big cash prizes for punters, as he's working on a series of formulas and experiments that when combined end up making you some cahs when you hit it right.
Gold Lab is a 5 reel, 25 payline video slot that takes place on a contraption built by a scientist. The game's symbols are a combination of gems and potions, including purple potions, green potions, orange potions, red potions, blue triangles gems, purple pentagon gems, green squares, purple diamonds, and red round-cuts.
Feature wise, Gold Lab is pretty simple as there's only free spins, wild symbols, and sticky wilds. The free spins are triggered if you land 3 or more golden wild potions on the reels. You'll get 4 spins with many of the potions turning wild and sticking on the reels for the duration of the free spins round. The game has a posted return to player percentage of 96.1%, which is about average these days with what you see from other online slots released by online slots developers.
If you're a punter who likes to play on the go, Gold Lab fully supports mobile play, which means that you can find the game on your smaller screen with smartphones and tablets. There's no quality loss for this game on smaller screens, and Gold Lab thankfully translates quite well.
The Gold Lab slot looks slick enough, but I found that the game was way too simple for my tastes. The blandness of the game is apparent after just a handful of spins, and I couldn't wait for my test session to be complete. There are a lot better choices if you're looking for a science based game to play, I'd recommend you check out Spin Lab, Big Bang, or Dr Watts Up instead. With that being said, I'm sure there will be people out there that do enjoy Gold Lab. At the very least, I can say that you should try the game and see if you like this slot.