Shooting Stars Supernova, which was launched in May 2017, is a science fiction-themed slot game from Greentube. Shooting Stars Supernova is a slightly advanced version of its twin slot named Shooting Stars. Shooting Stars Supernova and Shooting Stars aside, Greentube’s other stars-branded slot games are Awesome Stars, Book of Stars, Amazing Stars, Spinning Stars, and Power Stars.
Scientifically, shooting stars are meteors that flash across the night sky while a supernova is an exploding star. In the Shooting Stars Supernova slot, virtual shooting stars flash along the winning pay lines while a virtual supernova is a bonus-triggering and substituting symbol. Shooting Stars Supernova players match three, four, or five symbols that range from planets to a red star and a galaxy.
Shooting Stars Supernova Game Characteristics
In Greentube’s webpage about Shooting Stars Supernova, the key data section states a 2/5 volatility rating for this 5-reel slot game; it also shows three key features namely Hi Roller, supernova bonus, and ten pay lines that pay from left to right and vice versa.
Shooting Stars Supernova possesses eight symbols. First, there are five planetary symbols with rings similar to those of planet Saturn: a sunset red planet A, violet planet Q, yellow planet 10, blue planet K, and green planet J. The other three symbols are an exploding star (supernova), a red star, and a galaxy.
On Shooting Stars Supernova’s interface, players have a choice of two games: the “standard game”, which is activated using the third icon from bottom right; and the “hi roller” game, which is activated using the second icon from bottom left. The “Hi Roller” has two options—Hi Roller Silver and Hi Roller Gold. The prompter at bottom center prompts players to place bets using the third “Total” bet icon from bottom left, before pressing the first “start” icon at bottom right.
Shooting Stars Supernova has $0.10 minimum bet and $5.00 maximum bet for the regular part; other bet sizes are $0.20, $0.30, $0.40, $0.50, $0.80, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00, and $4.00. Hi roller silver and Hi Roller Gold, which require $25.00 and $50.00 maximum bets, offer 5X and 10X for stacked Wild symbols, respectively. The optional “Gamble” round—its icon will temporarily replaces the “Total bet” icon, but it can be ignored by collecting regular winnings—allows 500 times as much as the regular total bet, implying that staking the $5.00 maximum bet allows $2500.00 maximum bet.
The Shooting Stars Supernova payouts automatically adjust according to the selected bet size, and are these ones based on the $5.00 bet for three, four, and five matches (respectively). A sunset red planet A pays $5.00, $12.50, and $30.00. A violet planet Q offers $3.50, $7.50, and $20.00. A yellow planet 10 or a green planet J offers $2.50, $5.00, and $12.50. A blue planet K pays $4.00, $10.00, and $25.00. A galaxy gives $12.50, $30.00, and $60.00.
With 25000 coins as the non-progressive jackpot, Shooting Stars Supernova’s software is good; the sound effects are an interesting collection of multiple tunes, while the space-inspired graphics are otherworldly.
Luck in Shooting Stars Supernova
Shooting Stars Supernova’s RTP rate is 96.11%, and its house edge is 3.89%. “Good luck!” flashes on the prompter during game rounds.