The pioneering days of video game development were very interesting. Humans just discovered the awesomeness of video games and were trying out their hands in this new venture. Once in a while, it would be nice to go back to those early days in order to perfectly understand how far we have come. The perfect opportunity for this presents itself in Spectra, a game developed by Thunderkick.

About the Developer

Thunderkick is a new slot developer based in Stockholm, Sweden. The fact that this developer is new doesn’t deter it from developing a host of awesome games with nice graphics, unique features, and wonderful themes. Spectra is one of the few slot game created by this developer and it promises to be exciting.

About the Game

Spectra is a slot game with five reels, four rows, and a total of thirty pay-lines. The design of the game is an effective throwback to the gaming world of the 1970s. It is made up of different colours of neon lines.

The minimum and maximum amount that a player can bet on a single spin are £0.10 and £100.00 respectively. Spectra has an RTP of 96.40% and the jackpot in this game increases a player’s win by 20x. You can also make use of the autoplay feature to make the game progress in your absence.

Traditional slot icons make up most of the symbols in this game. In addition to the red sevens , red pentagon, green squares, purple diamonds, dark blue circles, and light blue triangles it has bars, bells, and clovers. The ‘W’ icon with multiple neon colours is the wild in the game . Other symbols can be substituted by the wild, helping you in forming a winning combination. There is no scatter or bonus symbol in this game.

Wild Respin is the only extra feature in Spectra. When you land a wild on the reels  or when it appears in a position off the reels but next to a pay-line, the feature will be activated. The stack wilds would move one step towards the center after payouts and you would get a wild frozen in place with a free spin.  All re-spins would end when the wilds get to the middle row.


Spectra doesn’t have a bogus design and much in bonus features. However, It does the best to make players feel nostalgic and keep them entertained.