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: Specialty Game
Nerves of Steal is the specialty game developed by Gamevy, played on a 50-tile grid and featuring a simple, yet highly addictive gameplay, similar to Minesweeper. The game will be adored by all those who prefer uncomplicated game sessions with no levels or bonus features involved – simply perfect for short breaks in between the study sessions or for taking an edge off while at work.
The simplicity is the operative word in Nerves of Steal and this is one game where the player will not be requested to split the atom to win a payout. All you need to do is pick a field and continue to do so for as long as you have available funds or for as long as you continue to unlock payouts.
How to Play
The session starts with the player selecting the chip size and then picking one of the 50 fields. A single bet allows the player to open four boxes and every time a chip is revealed, an extra life will be added, re-setting the number of picks. If all fours boxes are empty, the player will need to place another bet and start a new session. The payout level will depend on the originally selected chip value and Nerves of Steal comes with a betting range of £0.50 to £10. The object of the game is to locate all ten of the chips which are scattered across the field in a random fashion.
Nerves of Steal Features
High payouts and simple rules come with the price, which pretty much means that there are no available bonuses or extra features that can be triggered during the picking sessions unless you count the additional picking chances.
Extra Picks – this is as close as Nerves of Steal will come to providing the players with a bonus round, but under the circumstances, it can definitely be considered as a special feature.
The successful picks will not be removed from the total number of picks, which means that you can pretty much find all of the hidden chips on a single bet. This can be compared to Free Spins in slots since you are technically paying for 4 picks but ending up with more than that.
Whether or not you will enjoy the game depends mainly on your personal preferences, and there will be plenty of players who might not find Nerves of Steal sufficiently engaging for a long-term gameplay. The 95% RTP is definitely not ideal, but if you need something to fill the gap between more challenging releases (or if you prefer this type of games), you will definitely be amused.