HOW TO PLAY POWER FORCE VILLAINS
Their headquarters are set inside of a spacecraft, and this is where they are creating their masterplans for conquering planet Earth. Since Power Force Heroes have five members in their team, it was only fair that Push Gaming included five villains in the opposite squad. So, the leader is the Strong Villain, who is probably not the mastermind of the team, but will offer gamers the most when talking about payouts.
Fire Villain burns everything, while Gadget Villain is in charge of creating devices needed for their actions against superheroes. The Spy Villain is the only woman in the group, and her specialty is, of course, spying their enemies. The Clown Villain will not make you smile, believe us when we tell you that because his weapon is the big hammer he uses on his victims.
There are also four playing cards used as low-paying symbols. The Wild substitutes for all symbols except Bonus Scatter, which triggers the Villains Take Over feature, Silver and Gold Jackpot Triggers.
Just like in Power Force Heroes, the 2017 release features five reels, three rows and offers 25 fixed paylines. All gamers who had the chance to play Power Force Heroes will understand the rules of the game in no time at all. Winning combinations are formed left to right, starting from the far left reel, and three of a kind is the minimum for landing payouts.
The lowest spinners can wager is $0.25 and the biggest bet per single spin is set at $100. Even though the command room is packed with lots of gadgets and gizmos, the very command list only offers a few options, like Spin, Bet and Paytables, while Autoplay can provide you with up to 100 automatic spins, with the option to set the win and the loss limit.