Even though this slot has been designed for mobile, it actually plays very nicely on a desktop too. I love the sound effects and music in the background and even the way the music fades when you stop spinning - very clever and makes you want to keep playing, even when you think you might try another one.
To get a winning spin on Rocket Returns slots, you are looking to get what I would call a 'cluster' rather than a line. That is, 4 or more matching symbols that are linked to each other. This is, in many ways, similar to a game like Tetris, where you need to link up lines of the same colour or pattern to get a win.
Rocket Returns slots does have a bonus and to get it, you need to get three rockets on the screen. This is actually pretty tricky, in my experience and the first time I played it took me about 15 minutes to hit it. Mind you, I then hit it three times in quick succession - you need a bit of luck.
When you get the rockets lined up, you get a lovely blast of explosions and a free game award - 5 free games, to be precise. The free game is fun to play, because you get wild symbols that spin around and give multipliers to the wins. You also get the chance to win extra free spins - every rocket that lands gives you an extra go.
Rocket Returns makes a refreshing change to regular slots. Would I say it is a great game? Probably not, but it is a good solid game and worth checking out if you are looking for something different and fun.
There is one thing for sure about Rocket Returns, it is unlike any other slot in the way it plays - a totally new concept when it launched and it would not surprise me to see a lot more of these types of slot machine released in the future.
As soon as you load up the game (we have a free version to play here) you will see that it is more like a mobile app game, rather than a classic slot you would get in Las Vegas - this game has without doubt been designed for mobile.