About Burning Stars
Burning Stars is an observational astronomy-based September 2014 video slot developed by Wazdan. This html5 game description urges slot players to look through a telescope on a quest for wish-fulfilling shooting stars. Therefore, the thematic elements are skygazing, telescopy, universe, and astronomical observatory.
Burning Stars is the first game in the two-game Burning series whose second game is Burning Reels (July 2017). Wazdan’s more relatable video slots: Magic Stars (September 2014), Space Gem (February 2019), Magic Stars 3 (February 2018), Space Spins (June 2019), Magic Stars 5, Magic Stars 6 (April 2019), and Magic Stars 9 (September 2019). Burning Stars’ rivals include: Zodiac Magic (August 2019) from SlotVision, Stargazer (May 2016) Octavian Gaming, and Wild Cauldron (January 2020) from Quickspin.
The slot’s title “Burning Stars” is borrowed from the blazing starry symbol. One symbol (9) requires two, three, four, or five winning combinations. Seven symbols (7, star, A, K, Q, J, and 10) require three, four, or five winning combinations.
Burning Stars Game Characteristics
Burning Stars has a double-framed 5X3 grid whose symbols are embedded on a blue starry sky. The grid has a partitioned periwinkle frame within a larger gem-embedded brown-and-purple frame. There are 20 fixed paylines, eight symbols, seven cash bets, a side game, no special features, no free games, neither a wild nor a substitute, and regularly pays from $0.05 to $25000.00.
Burning Stars has one special symbol and seven symbols. Special symbol: the scatter is a starry orange-lined golden flame. Ordinary symbols: an orange-and-golden “7” flame; and, set on cream parchment backgrounds, fancy playing card values—red A, green K, yellow Q, cyan J, purple 10, and blue 9.
Burning Stars coin values: $0.01, $0.05, $0.25, $0.50, $1.00, $2.50, and $5.00. Burning Stars cash bets: $0.20 (minimum bet), $1.00, $5.00, $10.00, $20.00, $50.00, and $100.00 (maximum bet).
Staking $100.00 attracts these Burning Stars payouts. Two, three, four, and five 9s pay $25.00, $100.00, $250.00, and $1000.00. Three, four, and five: 7 pays $500.00, $5000.00, and $25000.00; star pays $200.00, $1000.00, and $5000.00; A, or K pays $250.00, $1000.00, and $2500.00; Q, or J, or 10 pays $100.00, $250.00, and $1000.00. Gamble game: a seven-round payout-doubling/nullifying card game involving predicting an upcoming black or red card. The non-progressive jackpot of Burning Stars is X305, which (305X100) is $30500.00.
The good Burning Stars software is compatible with Windows, iOS, and Android operating systems. Also, it supports desktop, laptop, smartphone, and tablet platforms. It is available in 13 languages. Settings include: (desktops) optional full mode, double screen, energy saving, standard/card gambling, tortoise/ rabbit/cheetah speed, and (in mobile) left hand modes.
Autoplay options: (in mobile) 5-1000 autospins, with up to $1000.00 single win, cash increase/decrease limits; and (in desktop) 10/20/30/50/70/100/500/1000 automated rounds, with $0.01 to $1000.00 single win, cash increase/decrease limits. Unlike other Wazdan games, Burning Stars has a fixed standard volatility level and no switchable ultra lite/high quality modes. There are retro sounds. The animated 3D graphics include starry effect, dolly zoom, spinning retro radial background, gushing golden coins, burning parchment papers, and the observatory hill with swaying trees and a Caucasian astronomer collimating a telescope.
Luck in Burning Stars
A game of chance, the return to player rate of Burning Stars is 96.50% and the house edge is 3.50%.