Faust pits your wits against Mephistopheles to see if you can escape with riches and your soul intact. The game is well built with some nice features and sports an RTP of 95.1% and some high-variance thrills.
"His waxen wings did mount above his reach, and, melting, heavens conspired his overthrow; for, falling to a devilish exercise he surfeits upon curséd necromancy." - from Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe.
The theme of Faust is the German old German folk tale about the Doctor of the same name, the tale of a man who makes the original deal with a devil trading his eternal soul for temporary knowledge, magic, and wealth.
The ideas of renaissance alchemy and magic are portrayed in the scales and balance. Faust himself appears as does his lover (in Goethe’s version): Gretchen. And the Scatter/Bonus Symbol is appropriately represented by Mephistopheles the devil who will give you riches, but might keep your soul.
The graphic are alright if a little tacky. The aces through ten are done in a rather ugly luminous colour.
Apart from the artwork the visual presentation is solid with nice animations on the reels and when you hit your wins.
The gamble feature looks slick and the sound design is largely invisible (in a good way). So overall it gets good marks in this area.