Burning Desire comes from the collection of slot machines which were created by Microgaming, but the downside appears to be that it is a classic title in a lot of ways, despite the use of a very modern layout. You have a theme here which is focused on the idea of desire, and the burning part is represented by the various flames which encompass the symbols, some of them at least. You will find that many of those symbols are classic ones unfortunately. Along the way, as you play this game, you will find that it has free spins with tripled wins, scatter symbols and a wild. It’s a game with 5 reels / 243 ways to win, which can reward the player with up to $90,000.
Betting and Prizes
Since it wouldn’t be easy to use 243 coins per spin, the slot prefers to use 25 lines where the bets are made. You can have 1 to 10 coins per line, so it’s going to be a bet of 25 to 250 coins. The coin value reaches $1 when it is set to its maximum value, so you can spend $250 per spin, while the minimum bet is $0.25.
The free spins are the ones that pay the best, up to 90,000 coins awarded in it, a tripled value over the 30,000 coins given in the base game. The jackpot is worth $90,000 at most.
Burning Desire Slot Features
A Burning Desire Logo is employed by the game for the purpose of acting as the substitute, but it will do so only from the reels 2 and 4. It seems to be a regular wild symbol, which doesn’t replace scatters and doesn’t do anything extra for you. With ways to win requiring symbols to be on the right reel, not the right line, it’s easier for the wild to its job.
There is only one other symbol which has another role, and it is the scatter, showing an image with a gold coin that has a flame on it. Scatter symbols will reward you based on how many of them you get at the same time. 2 to 5 will pay 1x to 100x the bet, while 3 or more will trigger 15 free spins, during which all the wins are tripled. Re-triggering the free spins is a possibility as well.
Theme & Design
A mix of symbols which include poker letters, classics and some unique images are part of the paytable. You have the images with the logo, the gold coin, the red rose, and then there are those with diamonds, 7s, bells and Bar icons, most of them on fire. The poker letters are used as filler content, a pretty typical strategy for most developers.
Burning Desire doesn’t offer the player enough to be worth considering. The theme is too simple, while the features are OK, but don’t feel like there are enough of them.