Steam Tower is one of the most enjoyable, if complicated Net Entertainment video slots ever developed. The slot contains a hero and damsel in distress theme, set in the Wild West with plenty of equipment, and gas propelled weapons. It isn’t all cogs, and cash in Steam Tower, though. There is even a dragon to contend with.
The slot is designed to host 15 paylines upon its 5 reels, as well as a non-progressive jackpot which could be worth as much as 2,000 coins to you. Steam Tower doesn’t let you alter the paylines used in the game, but you can adjust your coin denominations from 0.01 up to 1.00, and stake up to 10 coins in total per each payline in the slot. Steam Tower fans will find themselves dealing with floor and ceiling bets of 0.15 per spin, and 150.00 per spin, respectively.
There is a wild symbol in Steam Tower, and it appears as a grappling hook. Wilds can substitute for all other symbols in the game. They do not have any monetary winnings to offer you on their own, though. Their sole purpose is to act as a substitute symbol.
Stacked wilds are also present in this slot, but only in the base game. These take the shape of the hero, and when they appear, they can activate a free spins bonus round. This is the very same bonus which could see you on your way to winning the top jackpot.
Once the free spins bonus round begins, you will find yourself on the first floor. In this feature, when one or more wilds appear, they will increase your number of free spins by 2x, and push you up to the floor above. There are 16 floors in total. The dragon awaits you on the final floor, and if you can defeat it and save the damsel in distress then you’re in for a quality prize.
As you work your way up through the floors, players will pocket multipliers of 2x (floors 1-3), 3x (floors 4-6), 4x (floors 7-9), 5x (floors 10-12), 6x (floors 13-15), and 7x (floor 16). These will also significantly boost your winnings in this slot. When you have run out of free spins, the bonus ends whether you have reached floor 16 or not. The basic idea then is to land as many wilds as possible in the bonus round