If an online slot is to be a hit with the fans, it normally has to prescribe to a few set criteria: have good bonus rounds, likeable characters and have a tried-and-trusted theme. Slot developer Blueprint Gaming’s Deep Sea Treasure ticks all three boxes.
Play from $0.01
With Blueprint’s customary massive range of betting in play ($0.01 – $25 a coin) and plenty of action to be had, Deep Sea Treasure certainly delivers for fans of underwater-themed online video slots.
On the 5 reels in this 20 pay-line video slot there are plenty of Finding Nemo-style graphics, including a jolly, smiling Clownfish, a Turtle, a Starfish, an Octopus, a Puffer Fish, an Anchor, plus the bog-standard 9-through-Ace symbols.
Win a 10,000 Coin Jackpot with the Wild Sharks
The Shark Wild substitutes for all regular symbols in the game other than the Scatters. Hit a winning combo with the Wild and you’ll be awarded a random multiplier from 2x to 10x, so Wild wins can really add up. Five Wilds across the reels, meanwhile, pays a whopping 10,000-coin jackpot – and at the maximum line bet you’re talking about a $250,000 payday.
Find the Puffer Fish to Win Free Spins
There’s a Free Spins Bonus feature to be activated if you land three or more Puffer Fish symbols on the reels anywhere, but you’ll find it’s a rather multi-layered affair.
Encounter Mr Octopus to Earn a 12x Multiplier
First you get to determine the number of spins via a simple Pick ‘Em bonus round then head off to play your spins. Once you have played out your spins you visit a further Pick ’em screen where Mr. Octopus will present you with a series of treasure chests: choose one to discover your prize multiplier – pick well and you can earn a multiplier of 12x.
In looks this game is pretty close to Betsoft Gaming’s watery Under the Sea slot, but the underwater thrills of Microgaming’s Mermaid’s Millions should provide fans of nautical madness on the high reels enough action to while away the time.
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