Poison Eve, which was released on January 7, 2020, is a seduction-inspired video slot developed by Nolimit City. It is all about—and named after—protagonist Poison Eve, a fairy seductress who calls the shots in a no man’s fairyland called Pandora. Themes: fairyland, vines, enchantment, love potion, and mysticism.
More relatable games from Nolimit City include: Owls (February 2019), Dragon Tribe (November 2019), Dungeon Quest (October 2018), Coins of Fortune (June 2018), Mayan Magic Wildfire (Jun 2019), Thor: Hammer Time (July 2019), Creepy Carnival (September 2016), Ice Ice Yeti (November 2018), and Gaelic Gold (March 2020). Poison Eve’s rival slots include Fairy Gate (September 2017) from Quickspin, Kingdoms Rise: Forbidden Forest (October 2019) from Playtech Origins, and Fairy Queen (November 2013) from Greentube.
Ten symbols (seductress Poison Eve, red poison jar, yellow poison jar, blue poison jar, green poison jar, A, K, Q, J, and 10) require three, four, or five winning combinations.
Poison Eve Game Characteristics
Poison Eve has a partitioned teal 5X3 grid, set on a rectangular ash wood frame with twinning vines; there are 20 fixed paylines, twelve symbols, 15 total bets, expanding “wild” vines, three special features, poison jars converting to seductresses, spreading seductress, free games awarded at random, bet multipliers, self-adjusting payouts, and regularly pays from $0.05 to $10000.
Poison Eve has three special symbols and nine ordinary symbols. Special symbols: the wild-and-substitute is a green “wild” vine; the symbol-transforming feature is the floral, purple-haired, amber-faced and green-bodied seductress Poison Eve; and a “bonus” clematis hania flower.
The ordinary symbols comprise of four highly poison jars and five lowly playing card values. The vined poison jars: a red poison jar; a yellow poison jar; a blue poison jar; and a green poison jar. The floral gold-lined playing card values: red A; orange K; yellow Q; blue J; and green 10.
The Poison Eve’s total bets: $0.20 (minimum bet), $0.40, $0.60, $0.80, $1.00, $2.00, $4.00, $6.00, $8.00, $10.00, $20.00, $40.00, $60.00, $80.00, and $100.00 (maximum bet).
Staking $100.00 offers these Poison Eve payouts for three, four, and five winning combinations. Seductress Eve pays $200.00, $500.00, and $10000.00. Red poison jar pays $50.00, $400.00, and $2500.00. Yellow poison jar pays $45.00, $300.00, and $1250.00. Blue poison jar pays $40.00, $250.00, and $1000.00. Green poison jar pays $35.00, $200.00, and $750.00.
A pays $30.00, $150.00, and $625.00. K pays $30.00, $150.00, and $500.00. Q pays $25.00, $125.00, and $450.00. J pays $25.00, $125.00, and $400.00. And 10 pays $25.00, $125.00, and $375.00.
Whenever she appears on the first reel, seductress Eve unlocks the Liquid Magic special feature that converts all poison jars on the second, third, fourth, and fifth reels to more seductresses—in such a case there is a X2000 bet multiplier, equivalent to $200000.00.
A “bonus” flower can appear on—and open—the flowery gray-and-golden portal at the center of reel five; the portal can offer—and stay open for—up to twelve free spins. More “bonus” flowers may then open more portals elsewhere on the grid, or at least prompt the flower to start expanding reels. The simulated non-progressive jackpot is X6091, which (100X6091) is theoretically $609,100.00.
The Poison Eve software is good, with: fast mode; user guide; both hand modes; and 10, 25, 50, 100, 250 or 1000 automated rounds that can be preset to stop after specific win limits or stop before 0%/50%/75% balance decrease and 150%/200% and 500% balance increase. The sounds are magical. The 3D graphics are minimally animated, including glowing symbols, magical bursts, raindrops, and bioluminescence from fireflies.
Luck in Poison Eve
A game of chance, Poison Eve has two sets of RTP rates. One RTP rate is 96.08% whose house edge is 3.92%; the other RTP rate is 94.35% whose house edge is 5.65%. The volatility index is 9/10. Its hit frequency is 20%.