Lord Of The Ocean Slot Review
Novomatic's Lord Of The Ocean
slot may already be familiar to you but if not then it is basically Book Of Ra Deluxe
in a different skin. To all intents and purposes it is identical except that the symbols are different and the free spins reveal symbols rather than spin in the traditional sense.
Lord Of The Ocean is a very good game in my book but highly volatile. You can go a long old time without the feature but when it does hit, it has lots of potential! Not that it always pays what you'd hope: I've had some terrible feature rounds on this game in the past.
Like Book Of Ra
, 3 or more symbols in view trigger 10 free spins with an expanding scatter symbol. You will see from the video that the reels don't actually spin
during the Lord Of The Ocean feature game - instead, they reveal
the symbols like on Lucky Ladys Charm
It's unusual to get less than 40 or 50x back from the free spins and depending on the symbol that is randomly picked as your expanding scatter symbol you can often get back over 100x. My best hit on Lord Of The Ocean was actually at the Empire casino in London
when I hit 5 of the underawater treasure chests as scatters in the free spins for £1,500 (1000x my bet!). But that's rare. Trust me - that is very rare LOL.
As you may have gathered, the Lord Of The Ocean is one of my favourite Novomatic slot machines
and as long as you have patience - and a decent bankroll - I'd recommend it even though it's not widely available online yet.