You’ve heard of Mission Impossible, but now it’s time for Fishin’ Impossible, an unusual game from GW Games that features 40 paylines and five reels. Fishin’ Impossible also features robotic fish that you need to capture, but will you be walking away with the catch of the day…or will you be empty handed? Read our full review below.
Time to start fishingThis game has a pretty weird theme as you have to try and catch robotic fish from an ultra-modern control room that you will enter when the game begins. As you play you will listen to a soundtrack with a rocking, fast beat and occasional roars (which might make you jump the first time you hear them!). The reels themselves are transparent, and behind them, you can see deep waters that contain dangerous looking alien fish - and no, these fish aren’t robotic! Thankfully they can’t get to you, as the transparent reels seem to provide a layer of glass to keep them trapped in the depths. We love the visuals in this game as they are so detailed. The reels are even joined together with a length of fishing line, which is an awesome addition. In total there are five reels with four rows and 40 paylines, and some of the symbols can take up to four rows due to their size. Each fish has a different value, so it is important to look out for the highest paying symbols (you can find out which symbols pay the most using the on-screen control panel).
Bonus featuresThere are quite a lot of bonus features in GW's Fishin’ Impossible, including a bonus feature called Go Fishin’ that has four separate missions. Whenever you complete a mission you will get a new star, and if you manage to get 10 stars you will unlock the next level. This is great as the higher up levels offer higher payouts, so if you make it to the top you could end up winning some seriously generous prizes but you will need to be patient, as it can take a while to level up. There is also a free spins round that can be used to help increase your chances of multiple wins, but it is worth noting that this is a fairly basic feature that can’t be retriggered. However, the round does offer a sticky stacked wild and up to five free spins, which can definitely help to boost your winnings.
ConclusionThe first thing that we thought when we played Fishin’ Impossible is how out-there the theme is. After all, not many games feature robotic fish! However, once you engage with the theme you will enjoy the smooth gameplay and the bonus rounds, especially if you manage to trigger the Fishin’ Impossible round, as this offers some of the best cash prizes in the game. The game also has an RTP of 96.50%, so there is a good chance that you will walk away with a cash prize. Fishin’ Impossible is just one of hundreds of slots that can be played on desktop, mobile and tablet devices.
* Fishin Impossible is a GW Games game. The trademark is owned by GW Games. Online Slot NZ is not approved by GW Games.
|Game Name:||Fishin Impossible|
|Themes:||Fishing, Sea life|
|Features:||Bonus Games Free Spins Wild Symbols Scatter Symbols|
|Min Bet (all lines covered):||40|