Aloha Island Spins

Aloha Island is a big video slot, based on the tropical paradise that is known as Hawaii. Aloha Island is one of Bally Tech’s video slots, featuring 5 reels and a whopping 50 paylines for you to bet on. Aloha Island isn’t the best paying slot you will ever come across (with an RTP rate of 94.02%), nor is it terribly cheap (wagers range from 50p up to £500 per spin), but it certainly can be fun to play. This particular video slot carries a non-progressive jackpot worth 1,000x your total bet, as well as some truly beautiful imagery to behold.

Game Features

One of the most advantageous aspects of this slot is the wild reel. On every spin in the game, one complete reel turn wild on every spin. Although it may seem like big wins will be plentiful with this feature, only smaller-scale wins tend to crop up with this feature.

The only other bonus feature in this video slot is the free spins round. This is triggered by landing 3 or more of the free games scatter icons in any positions on the reels of the slot.

Bonus Spins

Now, a word of warning about the free spins bonus game. It is not as generous as perhaps you might like it to be. For starters, players will only pocket 5 free games no matter how many scatters they land, and moreover players will not have any multiplier added to their winnings in this feature. Players can land additional free games by landing more scatters during the bonus, and they will be spinning a different set of reels with better paying symbols in this bonus.


Aloha Island is certainly visually appealing, but players will rightly be asking for more than what is delivered via this Bally Tech slot, especially for a minimum stake of 50p a pop. The free games bonus just doesn’t match up to its rivals. The wild reel feature is certainly appreciated, but is it enough to lure most players in for a spin or two?


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