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NetEnt Rocks is back. After the wildly successful release of Guns N’ Roses (the virtual slot machine) earlier this year, Net Entertainment has announced that they will release two more titles in the series this year, Jimi Hendrix and Motörhead. The first one, Jimi Hendrix, is due April. For Motörhead, fans and players will have to wait until September.

The fact that Net Entertainment has secured the licensing rights for Motörhead so recently after Lemmy Kilmister’s passing may be cause of concern for fans. More than one might look at this move as nothing more than a convenient cash grab, to use the image of such a legend of music to gather money.

Certainly, Lemmy had a reputation for enjoying slot machines, so many others may see this as a fitting tribute for their dearly departed hero. Regardless of the intentions behind this decision by NetEnt, it’s certain that rock fans will flock to the game, just like it happened with Guns N’ Roses, and how it will surely happen with Jimi Hendrix


Net Entertainment is one of the oldest names in the online casino industry. Founded in 1996, they have kept true to their reputation as one of the leading casino providers in the market. Their latest series of video machines, NetEnt Rocks, is billed as a tribute to 20th century legends of rock. There are only three titles announced in the series so far, Guns N’ Roses (already released), Jimi Hendrix, and Motörhead.

Based on the great success that the first title in the series has enjoyed, it would not be surprising if Net Entertainment sought to acquire licensing rights from more artists or their estates. Using an established name as your theme will surely draw in a far larger number of players than more generic offerings might (like leprechauns, cute animals, or mythological creatures).

How To Play It

There isn’t much information out there on this game yet, and given how far away we are from release date (seven months at time of writing), we doubt that there’s even a playable beta version in existence yet. However, we can probably expect the game’s interface to be very similar to the one in Guns N’ Roses specifically, and similar to the majority of virtual slots in general.

Unless NetEnt adds new features that are substantially different from Guns N’ Roses (or regular slots, anyhow), it’s fairly unlikely that we will see a deviation from the standard controls in the industry.

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Special Features

Again, without any actual information or hands on experience, it is very difficult to talk about this game’s special features. They will probably be fairly similar to the ones present in Guns N’ Roses, being both part of the NetEnt Rocks series. GnR has features like expanding wild symbols that can fill up entire reels and more, since they can assume different shapes.

Perhaps the two most interesting features are the two minigames: Crowd Pleaser and Bonus Wheel. Bonus Wheel is Guns N’ Roses replacement of the free spin rounds. Land Bonus symbols and you’ll be taken to a roulette minigame, where you can gain rewards such as free spins. If you land the Bonus Wheel on the Crowd Pleaser symbol, however, you’ll be taken to yet another minigame. This one is a bit more interesting, I should say.

Players here will have to select different instruments, based on sound cues. This is an interesting departure from the usual philosophy in iGaming, where your monetary outcomes are mostly tied to luck. Here, a player’s actions have a direct, non-filtered impact on the rewards he or she might receive.

Maximum Payouts

This information has not been released by NetEnt yet.

Worth Playing?

With so little info, it’s hard to cast a strong verdict. Nonetheless, given Guns N’ Roses great success and NetEnt’s overall reputation, it’s safe to say that this game will quite probably be worth trying out once it is released.


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