Supernova Slot

4 out of 5

  • Supernova game has a random multiplier and a return to player of 97%.
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Supernova Slot Review

Slot Name: Supernova

Software: Quickspin


Goldilocks and the Wild Bears offers players a chance to enjoy a childhood favourite in a slot machine. It is a fairly simple game, with no extraordinary bonus features. What makes game play entertaining is the different symbols that can give you free spins, when you get the progress scatters. Add in the multipliers and payouts become decent.


# of Reels: 3

# of Paylines: 27

Bonus Type: No bonus, but there is a random multiplier

Slot Type:

Supernova is a classic video slot machine with a 50 times jackpot. Players can wager 25p to £50 each round. It does not have a progressive jackpot option. The game has a random multiplier and a return to player of 97%. The game has a glowing wild symbol that helps finish a pay line. Tere are only six symbols in the game, three low value options, which are coloured helixes and three high value exploding supernovas. The orange supernova carries the most value.



Based on space elements, Supernova is for the person who enjoys the last frontier. Many of the icons might remind you of a Star Trek movie, although they are not from any of the movies. The graphics can make you feel like you are travelling in a supernova.

Bonus & Special Features:

Supernova does not have a bonus round; however, there are ways to multiply your winnings.

- When there is a win on the first three reels a second reel will spin.
- The second reel will stop on a multiplier, which can be 2, 3, 5, or 10 times your original spin.
- The best possible multiplier is 50 times your wager
- There is a glowing wild symbol


Supernova is a simple slot machine, without the frills of a bonus round. However, the multipliers make up for the small winnings in regular game play and the lack of a bonus. It has a modest jackpot of 50 times the original stake, which can be a max bet of £50 per round. The space theme is what draws players to the slot machine and its multiplying supernovas