Power Plant, which was released on April 24, 2017, is a video slot game made by Yggdrasil Gaming. An incomparable game in Yggdrasil’s portofolio, Power Plant’s rival games include High Voltage series made by Everi Gaming and Electric Wilds from Northern Lights Gaming.
Alternatively called a powerhouse, a “power plant” is a station that produces electric power, whether from nuclear energy or (non-)renewable energy. Although the Power Plant game has an electric power production theme, it has a futuristic concept rather than a contemporary one. The Power Plant players aim at matching three, four, or five electricity production-related symbols so as to win in this multiplier slot.
Power Plant Game Characteristics
With a volatility rating of 28%, Power Plant boasts of 82 fixed pay lines and an uncommon 5X8 grid—five reels and eight rows. The Power Plant symbols include: a “W” (it means the Wild and substituting symbol), an orange radiation sign, a red fire sign, a pink electricity sign, a blue three-blade turbine sign, a blue water drop sign, and a green leaf sign.
When Power Plant loads, it showcases a brief introduction video that can be skipped, informs players about the “re-spin” feature—triggering full stack of “W” (means Wilds filling a single row), and notifies them about the possibility of earning as much as 32800 credits in a single game round.
A single stack of “W” offers two “re-spin” features; two stacks of “W” give three “re-spin” features, and between three and five “W” stacks offer four “re-spin” features. Basically, the “re-spin” features have five sections: first, between three and eight symbols are paired with similar win symbols; an extra feature and symbol are added, resulting in a super stack; a winnings maximizer is added; and a wild is chosen among those symbols.
Pressing anywhere on that page, as directed by the cursor, leads to the interface, where the coin value is set, before clicking the bigger orange button.
The coin values for the Power Plant are: $0.005, $0.01, $0.02, $0.03, $0.04, $0.05, $0.06, $0.07, $0.08, $0.09, $0.10, $0.20, $0.30, $0.40, $0.50, $0.60, $0.60, $0.70, $0.80, $0.90, $1.00, $1.30, $1.50, $1.70, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, and $5.00. The cash bets are $0.25 (the minimum total bet), $0.50, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $10.00, $15.00, $20.00, $25.00, $30.00, $35.00, $40.00, $45.00, $50.00, $65.00, $75.00, $85.00, $100.00, $125.00, $150.00, $175.00, $200.00, and $250.00 (the maximum total bet).
These are the Power Plant payouts for two, three, and four matching symbols, respectively. The radiation sign pays X4, X30, and X200. The fire sign offers X4, X24, and X150. The electricity sign gives X4, X20, and X100. The turbine sign offers X2, X14, and X70. The water drop symbol pays X2, X12, and X60. The leaf sign offers X2, X10, and X50. The maximum win for Power Plant players is $68, 750.
The Power Plant software is good. The sounds are relatable to a power station environment, particularly the electrical shock sound effect. However, it is the graphics, including the neon lighting, electrical bolt patches and the digital fonts in the background, that perfectly illustrate the virtual power plant’s futuristic impression, more so the automated control room that is fitted with robotic arms.
Luck in Power Plant
Power Plant’s RTP rate is 96.1%, and the house edge is 3.9%. It is a game of chance since the stopping positions of the reels are randomly determined by a random number generator.