The Invisible Man Slot Review, RTP & Free Play

The Invisible Man Slot Review

The Invisible Man is one of Net Entertainment’s Universal Monsters series of games. It was one of the first ones to launch (there have been others, including Dracula and the Creature from the Black Lagoon) and is easily the most faithful representation of the classic 1897 novel by H.G. Wells. Officially licensed, and with nifty features, there’s a lot to like about The Invisible Man, even if you can’t see it right away.

Look & Feel:

There’s nothing invisible about the graphics in this game. Faithful to the early movies starring the Invisible Man, the game features authentic imagery representing some of the principle characters of the story, including Arthur Kemp, Flora and Dr Cranley, as well as Mr and Mrs Hall. A classic 20s look as also been incorporated onto the reels of the game, for added dramatic effect.

The Invisible Man features 5 reels and 20 paylines of action, although players are not going to be able to alter those lines. They can – as is common in NetEnt slots, though – alter the value of their coins, and the amount of coins they stake per payline. This all helps to see your stake rise upwards from a floor of 20p per spin to a ceiling of £100 per spin.

Two wild symbols grace the reels of this slot, in the form of the policeman and the Invisible Man himself. They can replace all other symbols in the slot since they also act as bonus triggering symbols.

Landing a policeman on the first reel or the Invisible Man on the fifth reel will see the wilds walk across the reels triggering re-spins as they go. However, if players can land the policeman and the Invisible Man on the same row, and they meet in the middle, then a free spin bonus round will be triggered.

Bonus Features:

Free Spins Bonus: Players start the bonus round with 10 free games in total. However, plenty of wilds can show up, and potentially merging together once more, adding more free spins to a player’s tally. Above the reels are a few metres, and when a wild disappears from the reels, those meters fill up to trigger features.

The Police Spins feature can see players pocket a trio of spins with up to 5 wilds added on each reel during a spin. Alternatively, the Griffin’s Rage bonus can see the Invisible Man pop into the Ipping Station, Lion’s Head Inn or mansion to pick items and win instant cash prizes and/or multipliers. Locating the police hat ends the bonus, though.

The Invisible Man RTP:

Players can win up to 500x their total bet in the Invisible Man slot, whilst the slot’s RTP (return to player) rate is capped at 96.10%.


Arguably one of the finest movie-themed slots yet (and we’ve seen plenty of flops in this department), The Invisible Man is exciting, it has original features, and a is a must play game for any fan of the novel or film.