Lord of the Ocean Slot
In 2008, Novomatic and GreenTube paired together to create one marine-themed game, that is also inspired with the Poseidon myth. They created Lord of the Ocean, a 5-reel, 10-payline video slot that offers chances to bag up sums going as high as 10,044x the wager. The game showcases Wilds and Scatters, as well as Expanding symbols and a rewarding Free Spin Feature.
How to Play Lord of the Ocean
Available on all hand-held devices and desktop computers alike, Lord of the Ocean allows players to select stakes from as little as $0.01 and up to $100.00 across 10 adjustable winlines. The reels can be spun by tapping Start or by enabling Autoplay where up to 100 automatic rounds are at your disposal. As soon as you spot at least 3 low-win or 2 high-value symbols of the same kind that have landed on adjacent payline positions from left to right, you will receive payouts.
The Lord of the Ocean video slot has merely one bonus in the form of the Free Spins Feature, activated with the special icon that works both as Wild and Scatter.
The gate represents Wild which strives to substitute all other symbols when completing wins. Obtaining 5 Wilds grants prizes of 500x your bet. This icon also has the role of Scatter.
The gate of the Free Spins Feature where 10 rounds await you is opened with 3 or more Scatters anywhere on the reels. Before free spins begin, one of the regular symbols is randomly chosen to work as an Expanding icon. It will become expanded on the reel where it hits whenever it appears during the Bonus. Two best assets of this feature are the fact all prizes receive a 3x Multiplier and it can be retriggered for even greater chances for massive wins.
Why Play Lord of the Ocean
This high volatility slot offers quite a straightforward gameplay which can also be said about its design. Despite its simplicity, and a wave of new games done in top-notch visuals, this title is still popular among gamblers. This might have something to do with the win potential of 10,044x the stake, which is excellent. The RTP stands at a 95.1%, which is slightly below the industry average.