Devil’s Deal Highrise Slot Review 2024

Made any deals with the devil lately? Good, because he’s back to talk numbers in Relax Gaming partner Hot Rise Games’ latest offering that sees the fiery fella emerge from his scorching inferno and into a much more palatable setting. A game show, to be precise, where the devil presides over proceedings in the role of host, suited and booted to the nines displaying a far more jovial manner than we’re accustomed to.

The stage is set for willing punters to come and try their luck in a brightly lit studio sharing a similar colour scheme to the one used in Big Time Gaming favourite The Final Countdown. Any similarities end abruptly there, though.

Where that slot invited players into a space-bound rocket for an adrenaline-pumping cosmic adventure, this one has its feet planted firmly on the ground and packs a max win less than half that of the latter (20,000x).

If you’re feeling up for a dance with the devil courtesy of one of the industry’s up-and-comers, then grab your ticket to the show and don’t be late.

Devil's Deal Highrise Base Game

Devil’s Deal Highrise Base Game and Features

A lifesize money wheel stands to the right of Devil’s Deal Hirise’s 6×6 game matrix generating up to 46,656 win ways, with volatility scoring on the high side.

Queens, Kings, and Aces make up the game’s low-paying symbols, joined by a long list of premiums containing a lightbulb, a mirror, a sword, a heart, a clock, a chocolate-topped cupcake, and a clover leaf. Wins worth 60 times the bet is yours for landing six-of-a-kind clover leaf wins, and all symbols possess stacking abilities.

To bank a win, at least 3 matching symbols must land adjacently beginning with the left outermost reel.

Devil’s Deal Hirise also comes with a handful of special symbols designed to keep the temperature rising.

Let’s start with the golden apple, which can show up on all reels except the first to replace all regular symbols in its Wild capacity.

The X Symbol is next up – in effect, a Mystery Symbol guaranteed to land in stacked form when it appears. At the end of each spin, the wheel determines which random symbol all Mystery symbols shall transform into.

Finally, and potentially the most lucrative given their function, are scatter Gem Symbols. Land 5 of these at once during the base game to bring Hirise Respins into play, which shifts the action to a different playing field only able to land – yep – Gem symbols – and special multiplier symbols.

Game Provider
Maximum Bet 12
Maximum Win 20,000x
Paylines Up to 46,656 Ways
Release Date 26/09/2023
RTP 96.07%
Mechanics Video Slot
Volatility High
Reels 6x6
Minimum Bet 0.30

Devil’s Deal Highrise: Respins Bonus

The action begins with all triggering symbols dropping to the bottom of the grid where they remain held in place. In classic hold-and-win fashion, the respin count shows 3, resetting back to zero every time a Gem or multiplier lands. Gem scatters bring values of 1x or more when they land.

Keep your eyes on the top row, exclusive to Devil’s Multiplier symbols. When one lands, it locks in position, while a multiplier between 2x and 7x is bestowed upon the Gem sat directly underneath, depending on the reel in question: a value of 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x, or 6x is added to the affected Gem symbols on reel 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6, respectively.

Should multiple Devil’s Multipliers show up on adjacent reels, their values are summed before being applied to the corresponding Gems.

Once the feature has come to an end, each symbol in view awards a multiplier equal to the number of scatters on its reel, which is boosted further should a Devil’s Multiplier be in view.

Run out of grid space, or manage to tap the game’s 20,000x max win, and the bonus round ends, returning you to the base game presumably a very happy bunny.

Devil's Deal Highrise Respins Bonus

Devil’s Deal Highrise Bonus Buy

Lucky or unlucky enough to be non-UK-based? Then you may want to take advantage of the game’s Bonus Buy menu, where for a fee equivalent to 60x your bet, a random amount of triggering Gems between 5 and 9 is guaranteed to appear.

Devil’s Deal Highrise: Our Verdict

With its electro-charged backdrop and disco-like spotlights, a game show isn’t the first place you expect to try your luck against a horned beast – but that’s where we find ourselves in Devil’s Deal Hirise – a rather unusual creation boasting a few nifty tricks up its sleeve.

First, win ways are substantial – 46,656-strong, in fact, allowing for plenty of base game win opportunities. Then there are the Hirise Respins, arguably the game’s main event, offering a novel twist on regular hold-and-win play where multipliers are awarded according to the number of scatters present at the end of the round.

The graphics are another high point, sporting a somewhat futuristic look to create a fiery gaming environment. On a similar note, be careful not to get burned by Devil’s Deal Hirise’s high volatility, which can chew through a bankroll in no time.

Catch the game on a good day, though, and it’s capable of firing out wins maxing out at 20,000x the stake – a pretty penny, in other words