When Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley penned the famous “I wanna rock and roll all night and party every day” back in 1975, they were obviously referring to the pure joy that would emerge from playing the KISS slot machine…that would be invented 35 to 40 years later by WMS Gaming…duh.
This gem of a game is ready to play at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City, Caesars Atlantic City, Showboat Atlantic City AND Bally’s Atlantic City, and can award a maximum of 40,000 credits. How can you get such credits? We will tell you.
The gaming screen is set up like this:
You have the main (Demon) reel with three additional reel sets on the right. Each additional reel set is represented by a particular band member: Top is Starchild, Middle is Spaceman and Bottom is Catman. If a band member symbol appears on the Demon reel, you get to take a spin on that member’s reel set. Each reel set is different, too. Starchild’s contains two to four WILD reels, Spaceman’s has two to five extra WILD symbols and Catman put the kibosh on the J,Q,K and A symbols. None of that there.
Something else you should know is that if Starchild’s face should again appear (diva) on any of these bonus reels, you get a Top Box prize.
You’ll be awarded the credits in one of the four boxes at random.
Bonuses are also awarded on the Demon reel set by landing on three KISS bonus symbols. If this happens, you’ll have your pick at one of three bonus rounds: Top Box, Free Spins or Kiss Alive. Free Spins will get you 10, 12 or 15 more, one or two times and Kiss Alive makes you choose one of four guitar picks. If you find K, I, S, and S from these picks, you win! If not, you get four blown speakers instead. If you win, you get to pick one of the letters and will either get the chance to play the Kiss Alive bonus again and combine your scores, or will win up to two Top Box prizes. Pretty sweet, right?
Check the video for a little interactive action.
Also, see what Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley had to say about the game too, cause that’s cool.