Filing for Divorce
In spite of the project directive for Bridezilla during development presumably being “put as little effort and money into this as possible”, the slot did get a single play feature for posterity’s sake. Intuitively called the “Bridezilla feature”, if you hit three or more Bell symbols, you’ll be random awarded 10, 15 or 20 free spins.
While these are running, the eponymous bride will appear, and each time one of the free spins results in no winnings, she will get pissed (how are advocates of political correctness not all over this?), rewarding you with some kind of bonus. These bonuses range from adding another free spin to your supply, doubling your starting bet or adding a payout multiplier based on how many special symbols are on your reels.
Sure, free spins are cool, but having to suffer through said spins with the horrendous animation of the pissed off bride makes this more trouble than it is worth.
This slot is exciting in the same capacity as Chinese water torture is exciting, or as going through a dental procedure without anaesthetic is exciting. The sole play feature succeeds in making you wish for wins, but not because of the payout - you just want to be spared having to watch the animation of the bride getting angry.
You know what’s exciting? Closing this thing and doing anything else.
Just don’t. This is the single worst slot we’ve reviewed so far. You’re literally better off with anything else. Play another slot at random. Go buy yourself a burger. Take up yoga. Anything. Really. Nothing here is redeemable. Not the art, not the payouts, not the play feature.