Lord of the Ocean casino slot is manufactured by a software development company known by the name of Novomatic. It is played across a standard reel set up with a 5×3 arrangement that comes with 10 paylines dispersed across it.
Through the button marked as “total bet” the player can determine the amount of his total stake per one round. This amount can go from 0.4 up to the max bet value of 100 credits.
The jackpot prize is of a non-progressive kind, and it takes the value of 50000 coins. In order to win it, the player must land a combination created out of five symbols illustrated as the god of the ocean.
The game-play comes with medium volatility rate, according to the return to player (RTP) percentage which is set to take the value of 95.10%.
The players can benefit from an included auto-play option. It recognizes up to 100 automatic spins and allows several parameters to be adjusted, such as the loss limit or stopping the feature when a certain win is achieved. A turbo mode is excluded.
Lord of the Ocean comes as an instant-play version at all Novomatic casinos online. There are two modes: demo (free) mode and real money mode. The first requires no registration, while the second would require creating an account as well as landing the initial deposit.
Symbols & Additions
The game comes only with a scatter symbol, other special ones, such as the wild are missing. The scatter acts both as itself and the wild, having the power to replace all other symbols. It brings a maximum payout of 20000 coins if there are five of them anywhere on the reel setup.
More than two scatter tokens award the player 10 extra rounds. These rounds come with an additional feature called the “expanding symbol”. One of the randomly chosen symbols is selected at the beginning of the free spins feature, and it has the ability to expand, covering up to three fields, and even a whole reel!
The expansion of the randomly chosen symbol throughout the free spins addition only happens if there are enough symbols to create a potentially winning combination. The feature can be re-triggered in the same way – by landing three or more scatters on the set of reels.