The Scientific Games subsidiary developer WMS Gaming has officially released its latest slot in the form of the aquatic-themed Nemo’s Voyage.
Nemo’s Voyage is a 5 reel, 40 payline slot based on the classic science fiction novel 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne published in 1870 that told the tale of Captain Nemo and his submarine called the Nautilus.
This slot comes with the pioneering Phantom EFX engine that allows WMS Gaming to transfer the game onto the social and mobile platform allowing a wider audience of slots players to play this title.
Symbols across the reels consist of imagery linked with the Captain Nemo story including a map, harpoon, nautical instrument, angel fish, hammer head shark, blue whale, giant squid, and an aquatic diver.
There is a Depth Meter that has four levels on the right of the reels. The Nautilus acts as the marker on the Depth Meter and every spin the player has will see the Nautilus drop down on the Depth Meter and progress further down the levels. Each level is linked to a special Ocean Wilds feature. The first level introduces Multiplier Wilds, the second level adds Pressurised Wilds that act as Expanding Wilds on the reels, the third level triggers Clumped Wilds that act as Sticky Wilds across the reels, and the final level awards Wild Reels where the first three reels are turned completely Wild.
WMS Gaming has garnered a reputation for developing popular slots online through its Williams Interactive arm after a successful period of releasing land-based slots. Some of its most well-received slots releases include the epic Zeus III slot and the recently-released Sea of Tranquility slot.
A statement from WMS Gaming’s Williams Interactive arm read “Deep in the eternal night of the sea, untold treasures of lost civilizations wait for those brave enough to chance the adventure. Embark on the journey and attempt to dive deeper than anyone has before in Nemo’s Voyage. With a different and exciting Wild feature unlocked each time you plunge to a certain depth, the trip to the bottom of the ocean might be the most thrilling you’ve ever had!”