Snakebite Slot Free Play
How To Play It
With $0.01 to $10 used for the wager of each round, you can spend anywhere from $0.10 to $100 per spin.
It’s a regular game area, with 5×3 reels, but you’re only getting 10 active lines from it. You form combinations through the regular 3-5 matching symbols that land on the same line, left to right.
The W Trophy is going to be your wild and scatter. It pays from anywhere, just by being present on the reels enough times. At the same time, you can get it to replace other symbols, and that could lead to more winning combinations in the long run. It doesn’t help out with the scatters though.
A combination of 2+ Dartboards (reels 1-4) and a Peter symbol (5th reel), will get you the Snake Spins. If you don’t get the Peter symbol, then the 2+ Dartboards deliver only a prize.
There are 3 Snake Spins for you to start with, and a game area with 5×5 symbols. From them, you can collect cash prizes, you can get an increased multiplier through Golden Darts (up to 10x), Snake Snaps (duplicates cash prizes on the reels), or you can get Peter Pays (bigger prizes from the cash symbols). To reset the respins to 3 remaining, you need to get those additional symbols before you run out of rounds.
Through the Snake Spins that you can trigger inside, this slot machine could pay at most 6,000x the stake in a single round. Regular combinations are nowhere near as interesting, as the most you can get from them is 240x the stake.
The medium volatility of the game makes it accessible to most players, though the base game rewards seem low even then. It’s the type of game where you want to check the RTP. Even though it can be at 96.20%, operators can also pick one of the other four values, all of them smaller.
Snakebite is not a bad option for players that also have a passion for the game of darts, and for Peter Wright in particular. While it can be fine for everyone else, it’s not the type to be considered a must-play slot machine.