Imagine being able to witness the secretive meetings of an exclusive society like the Freemasons. That’s exactly what The Secret Order from Pariplay aims to deliver. With a mechanical fly symbol buzzing around, the game creates an atmosphere of mystery and intrigue. The reels are adorned with mystical symbols like spell books and keys, and the backdrop is set in an alchemy library. However, upon closer inspection, the game falls short in terms of depth and innovation. The features, including sticky wild respins and expanded wilds, are not particularly exciting. The bonus round offers more of the same, and the maximum potential win of €179,646 is underwhelming in a competitive market. The mechanical fly serves as the wild symbol, substituting for other symbols to create winning combinations. It also pays the same as the top-tier clock symbol, awarding 25 times your stake for 5 on a payline. The Buzzing Wild Respins feature is triggered when you land at least 2 wilds simultaneously. The triggering wilds become sticky, and you receive 1 respin. If more wilds land, they also become sticky, and the feature continues until no new wilds appear. If a wild lands behind a sticky wild, the Wild on Wild feature is triggered, expanding the wild to cover the entire reel. To activate the Buzzing Wild Free Spins round, you need to land 3 green orb scatters on reels 2, 3, and 4. This awards 7 free spins, with the triggering symbols becoming sticky buzzing wilds. Any additional wilds that land during the round also become sticky, and the expanded wilds triggered by the Wild on Wild feature remain in place for the duration of the bonus round. The Buzzing Wild Respins feature is showcased multiple times before the bonus round is triggered in a 3 and a half minute video. Pariplay has created a straightforward game with The Secret Order, lacking any real mystery except for the theme itself. The base game revolves around sticky wild respins, with the potential for wilds to expand. The same applies to the bonus round, where you begin with 3 sticky wilds. It’s worth noting that there are different versions of the game with varying RTPs and potential wins. The maximum win is €179,646, which is mediocre considering the high volatility. In conclusion, The Secret Order fails to offer anything new or captivating, and the theme of a secret society conspiracy could have been explored more effectively.