The layout of this game should look very familiar to you if you’re a regular slots player. You see, there’s a five reel and three row design on offer. Or, so it would seem. As it stands, whenever you spin the reels, the first and fifth reels spin as normal, while the central ones are divided even further. In this three by three section, each of the icons spins independently of the rest. This means that there are nine separate reels within this area. And furthermore, this also means that there aren’t any specific pay lines either. In fact, this game uses the ‘Allpay’ feature instead. Therefore, you can create wins across the reels as long as icons are appearing adjacently to each other. However, you can alter the bet that you place per spin. This is easily done by using the plus and minus buttons at the bottom of the screen. There, you’ll see a minimum value of $0.40 and a maximum of $100 per spin.
The imagery on the reels is quite bland, if we’re honest. We were expecting to see some kind of reference to David Hasselhoff’s screen career. However, Novomatic chose not to go this way with the game. Instead, the first icons are represented by the playing card symbols. This means that you’ll see the A, K, Q, J, 10 and 9 images. Each one of these comes in a different colour, including red, green and pink. Then, you’ll see another icon of the Hoff’s autograph, which can provide pay outs of up to 2,000 coins. Next in line are two icons of bizarre female fans, each of whom are able to reward you with up to 3,000 coins. Finally, the symbol of Hasselhoff himself is the highest paying standard symbol. Five of this one showing up on a winning bet line will reward you with up to $4,000.