New Slot Review – Endorphina - Taboo
Close the blinds and indulge yourself in the latest slot from Endorphina, ‘Taboo.' This naughty video slot is not for the faint of heart. With symbols like whips, letters B, D, S, M and high heels, the theme of taboo is well reflected in the title. Taboo is a five-reel, 25 line video slot, with all the features you can imagine, including a bonus game, expanding wilds, scatter symbol with free-spins and a gamble feature on any prize.
Design and Symbols
You can expect a kinky design, with leather, whips, handcuffs, and high heels when opening taboo from Endorphina.
The symbols are animated, and the cut-scenes between special features are all video content. This is all backed up by a rich background sound.
Special Features in Taboo
Taboo is what we would call feature packed. We find a bonus picking game, scatter symbol, multipliers, and wilds, not to mention the gamble feature where you can cash out knowing the opposing card. There are two different bonus games, the bonus wheel, and a bonus picker.
Scatters in Taboo
The scatter symbols in Taboo triggers the bonus wheel they like to call ‘Triskele wheel game,' and appear on wheels three, four and five. Three bonus symbols will take you to the bonus wheel.
Triskele wheel game in Taboo
You will have three shots on the bonus wheel. There are no losing positions in the bonus wheel, and you can always cash out the multiplier you landed on. You can multiply your winnings by 10x,12x,15x,20x, or 25x.
The last symbol to land on is the "bonus" symbol which takes you to the Red Room Bonus game.
Red Room Bonus game in Taboo
Are you into BDSM or the like? Then this is the room for you.
This room has up to five picks, and the bonus round ends whenever you get a "No" or complete all five levels.
Gamble Feature in Taboo
The Gamble feature present you with four faced-down cards, and one faced up.
Your job is to get a higher value than the card displayed. You can take your winnings at any time.
This game was a great addition to the seemingly never-ending childish-ish themed games we see a lot of nowadays. – Cartoony graphics is all nice and fun, and in Taboo, the graphics are aimed at a more adult audience than some others. I liked the game, and will probably try to get to that elusive red room to see what hides behind the curtains now and then in the future.
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