Road Rage Slot Review

Road Rage Slot Review

August 29, 2022 Football Match

Road Rage Slot Review

It isn’t exactly a pleasing thing when your fellow driver is too far, too close, too fast, or too much of something, and your gorge heightens.

Once you get to the end of maniacs raving and you can’t understand the reason can spoil your day. A provider would base a play on one of the bad human emotions is anybody’s guess, but whew, Road Rage roots from Nolimit City, a team that repeatedly proves that every topic is palatable. Along with cramming various driver types upon the reels, Road Rage also shows up with a list of attributes.

Nolimit City is unpopular for bringing forth some very immersive slots in the market. Passionately detailed slots and fun to get lost in. Road Rage is not up to a standard level. From a glance, Road Rage looked like a top-down slot where you bounce some animal across the road, avoiding traffic to reach the other side. The central section of the display shows the slot grid on the road with three lanes, while on top and down, there are items like grass, signs, and miscellaneous roadside things. Sonically, gamers’ ears are all set for sounds of traffic effects and gunshots, some skidding tires, and some banging nineties funk (metal) track.

Open the bonnet to find some set of fiery stats. Road Rage is another of the studio’s high volatility slots for beginners, rating eight out of 10; therefore, buckle up tight. The game comes with a triple RTP configuration, topping at 96.03%, scaling further upon purchasing the four additional(bonus)options. You can engage from any gadget, and street goers could select a stake from 20 p/c -£/€100 per rotation.

Road Rage utilizes a connection of win ways system to form winning combos. Using this mechanism, similar icons must fall in the adjacent reels, from the leftmost side touching horizontally or diagonally. Because the plays grid changes in size, this implies 99 to 259 methods to achieve. The lesser valuable section of the play happens to be five driving-associated items– mirrors, charging mobiles, air fresheners, flat tires, and java cups, awarding 0.5 – 1.5 times the stake for 5 of a kind. The Premiums are five driver types, each with personal number plates like UK 4RT3M, K4R3N 69, 420 GR4N, 4RISTOC4T, AND SPILL3D JOE. Strike a line of 5 of these icons to achieve 2-5 times the stake

Road Rage Quick Info

Title: Road Rage

Developer: Nolimit City

Reels: 5

Rows: 3-5

Paylines: 99-259

RTP: 96.03% | 94.16% | 92.17%

Hit Freq: 23.43%

Free Spins Freq: 1 in 221

Max Win: 36,000x

Max Win Probability: ~1 in 80M rounds

Volatility: High (8/10)

Min/Max Bet: 0.20/100

Release Date: August


One of the major surprises in features is the complete absence of the ‘x’ prefaced additionals. In their space are Wild Cars, three additional modes, Rage Buff, Mystery icons, and additional purchases upon availability.

Wild Cars

The entire cars in Road Rage are wild and come with various modifying abilities per color.

  • Yellow Cars/Engine Breakdown: increases the sizes of the entire icons on that same reel by +1.
  • Red Cars: they drive from right to left, adding the icon multiplier by +1 for the entire icons it goes through and transforms into the wild on its stops.
  • Green Cars: drive left to the right, adding the icon multiplier by plus one on all the icons; it goes over and transforms into a wild upon every stop.

If the Red and Green Cars collide, multipliers from the respective cards are increased, and the sum is depicted on some Colliding Wild. The Colliding Wilds are sticky when Red or the Green Car is sticky in any of its additional modes.


The traffic light scatters could land upon any reels on the main play. Falling on two scatters activates a respin with some guaranteed Wild Car upon every reel with some scatter. Or, falling on 3, 4, or 5 scatters the Morning Rush, H1ghway Jam, or City Mayh3m additional modes, in the same order.

Mystery Symbols

Mystery icons only appear in the additional modes – only one can fall upon every reel. Mystery icons show colors green, red, or yellow. If the color shown matches a Wild Car or sticky Wild Car, it adds that Car’s multiplier. If it shows the shade of some Wild Car that is not in sight, +1 rotation is paid.

Rage Buff

Before an additional round starting, the Rage Buff (sequence) plays. Usually, the cars run across the grid where the possibility to achieve other free rotations, sticky multiplier additionals, or Drive-By multiplier additionals.

Bonus Modes

Falling on three scatters pays Morning Rush with three rows.

Four scatters activate H1ghway Jam with four rows

Five scatters trigger City Mayh3m with five rows.

Falling on 1 or 2 scatters during the Morning Rush upgrade up to the respective high additional mode while falling on one spread in H1ghway Jam takes things to City Mayh3m. In the course of every additional mode, 1, 2, or 3 Wild Cars get chosen and transform to sticky wilds at their stop spaces. Rage Buff plays first once additionals get upgraded, and every sticky Car pays +1 rotation during the additional upgrade.

Nolimit Bonus

Press the star symbol to reveal the Nolimit Bonus menu. Awarding 66 times, 270 times, or 666 times, the stake purchases Morning Jam, H1ghway Jam, or City Mayh3m. The fourth choice is a 33%/33%/33% opportunity of achieving either three additional modes for 334 times the stake.


Nolimit City usually has a steep learning curve, which can be confusing to engage until you get a handle on the moving parts. Upon passing the learning stage, you can now tell of icons and your target and relax and enjoy or survive.

At first, Road Rage was a bit confusing, but upon mastering how all this work, the thrill we expected from the slot was unavailable. Difficult to know why.

Road Rage presents some chuckle-inducing period and a fiery action once it heats up. However,  it failed to bring on the completeness and the polish as they usually do.

Once you get a grip on every icon’s work, the play makes a lot of sense. However, Road Rage’s major play felt pedestrian for some plays revolving around unhappy drivers. The bonus modes also felt a bit tame by Nolimit City standards. They could undoubtedly blast once the correct icons line up. However, there was some unusual suspicion that Nolimit City purposed to make a slot devoid of the x-attributes to shut down any critic who maintains that it’s all the studio does. Road Rage places the line of thought to rest. However, the play felt like a thing, or two was missing. The potential doesn’t take the knock due to their absence. Activating a Ghost Rider implies that you have hit Road Rage’s maximum win of 36,000x the stake.

It is a testament to Nolimit City’s success which we are now accustomed to getting top-notch releases with dramatic consistency. Therefore, once a slot comes from the producer that doesn’t qualify for the year’s contestant, it breeds an odd feeling.

Nothing would stop gamers from encountering an old explosion on Road Range once it places the pedal onto the metal, but it lacks a similar sit-up, be aware and press on for the precious life effect we came searching for.