Demon Pots: Slot Overview

For a while, Pragmatic Play’s Reel Kingdom was sending odd slots to evaluate. Star Pirate Code, Cash Elevator, and Tic Tac Take were unusual, but not as surreal as Crazy Tooth Studios’ mind-benders. Big Bass Bonanza was a smash, so the company released many fishing slots that interrupted online gaming. Demon Pots, a throwback to the studio’s ‘what the hey is this’ days, proves the company can still make strange slots.

Given the name Demon Pots and the flames on screen, players are likely deep down in a warm underworld. The Specials-style ska song is blasting on the radio, indicating that the locals like it. A red-skinned, pointy-horned, demonic-looking man on the wild emblem is the only resident of this world. Instead of being evil, he’s handy for swapping pay symbols and triggering features. The audiovisual experience is typical Reel Kingdom: tacky, low-budget, curious, and not good. Demon Pots need acclimatization.

Under the game’s surface lies a highly volatile (4.5 out of 5) math model that pays 96.01% when playing ‘naturally’ or buying free spins and 96.02% when utilizing the Ante Bet. Ante Bet boosts the basic bet by 50%, enhancing bonus mode chances. Regular spin bets range from 40p/c to £/€240.

Demon Pots’ 5×3 gaming area has 40 paylines for 3 to 5-of-a-kind wins. For lows, 10 to A card royals pay 1 times the bet for 5 low pay symbols, horseshoes, a trident, bundles of cash, a bucket of cash, and some gold things pay 1.6 to 10 times the bet for 5 OAKs. The demon character on the wild symbol replaces all symbols except Coins. Wilds occur exclusively in the grid’s center in the base game.

In Demon Pots, slot features include Coins, Win Spins, Free Spins, and Buy Free Spins. While basic, there are certain regulations to follow.


Coin symbols return 0.2–2 times the stake. When wild symbols land with Coin symbols, their value is granted. Any wild symbol that hits after the spin may fling fireballs towards the pots above the reels, triggering one or more. Once the Coins pot is engaged, 6 Coin symbols worth 0.2 to 1x the stake are placed to the reels and collected. After activating the Super Coins pot, 6 coins worth 0.4 to 2x the stake are put to the reels and collected.

Win Spins

Activating the Win Spins pot gives 6 respins. The wild sign stays in the grid center during the feature. All respins guarantee a random win from winning combos, collections, Coins, or Super Coins. Reactivating the Win Spins pot throughout the round adds 6 respins.

Free Spins

The wild stays in the middle of the grid for 6 free spins from the Free Spins pot. Any pot can trigger randomly during free spins. Free spins can provide stacked wilds on reels 5 or 4 and 5. Stacking wilds on reel 5 can land on reel 4 later. Fully piled wilds stick until the feature finishes. Fully stacked wilds on reel 5 multiply Coin value collections by x3. Fully stacked wilds on reels 4 and 5 multiply Coin value collections by x6. If Win Spins are triggered during free spins, sticky wilds are eliminated, but Coin multipliers remain. In free spins, fully loaded reels are reinstated. Activating the Free Spins pot during the round adds 6 spins.

Buy Free Spins.

Free spins may be purchased for 100x the wager. Doing so activates the Win Spins pot, followed by the Free Spins pot.

Demon Pots Slot Review

It’s bad when you’re assessing an online slot and cringe at the notion of a bonus round retrigger. So it was in Demon Pots, a unique position. Good odd, or terrible unusual, is up to the player, but it wasn’t a game that made us want to play again. It resembles Pragmatic Play’s Hellvis Wild without its polish. Demon Pots has a distinct personality, but going against the mainstream doesn’t guarantee acceptance.

Demon Pots has individuality and rather innovative gameplay, which some may like. For instance, buying the bonus round feels like good value since you get 6 Win Spins as a warm-up and free spins. Not all bonus buys in online slots result in significant winnings, and Win Spins don’t always do that. Coin values top out at 2x the stake, which is awful. Not super enough for Super Coins. Quite a few Coins can fall, and sticky full-stacked wilds can raise Coin values.

It’s hard to imagine Demon Pots threatening 6,000x the stake, but the winning potential is good. Good to be wrong, though. It was pleasant to see Reel Kingdom return to form by creating something bizarrely out there, but it wasn’t that unusual, and playing it again wasn’t fascinating.