A Thousand Leagues Under
Software by Play’n Go is always worth writing home about, but one can’t help but feel as though they’ve really managed to push expectations to their most extreme limits with this game. Each and every game feature is a testament to the super-advanced place we are in iGaming right now and brings an otherwise typical theme to startling life.
To top things off, this fully mobile-optimised slot plays like a dream. Each function is easily accessed via the base level of the interface and not a confused moment passes as you navigate your way through the landscape. While there’s little question that many of you are sick and tired of seeing those damned mermaids beckoning you towards your doom and ruin, this game is unarguably a cut above the rest in the way it looks.
What’s on the Table?
On top of an entirely irresistible theme this game is instantly noteworthy on account of its unusual payline structure. Offering 720 ways to win at a low-medium variance, there’s a great deal on offer here to get onboard with. The first reaction of most upon hearing about this structure would be to dismiss it as too clumsy to function, but we’re pleased to report that’s not the case. Despite the range of action active all at once, this game holds its own and provides a very safe platform to place wagers of all size and scope.
As far as symbols are concerned, the reels are dominated by a dashing array of ocean inspired creatures and characters. Wild symbols are represented by lady mermaid herself and can be expected to outperform any other symbol aside from the scatter – as is traditionally. Surplus to her, we’ve got stingrays, seashells, starfish, red rubies, emeralds and the coveted white diamond acting to fill in the blank spaces. Each symbol has its own worth in a combination, the specifics of which will be made clear after just a minute or two of play. The scatter symbol is the mysterious sunken treasure chest and is the only icon likely to stand fast in the face of the mermaid (wild). Again, standard stuff.
A couple of games that are brought firmly to mind when navigating through the Mermaid’s Diamond slot are Ercole (Capecod Gaming) and Prosperity Twin (NextGen). Both, as well as having a similar vibe throughout, size up as far as structure, layout and cash-out opportunities are concerned.
If you’ve ever played either of these titles and enjoyed them, you should definitely give Mermaid’s Diamond a run. After all, what more effective method is there of sourcing new games than through comparison recommendations?
A Worthy Adventure
The negatives of this game are extremely thin on the ground, it must be said. The presentation and smooth action are pretty unbelievable and the scope of play allowed by an intuitive wager mechanism. Payouts are nice and regular – which is always a bonus. Even if they’re not always huge, they stay extremely close and proportionate to the bet amounts and keep things on the level whether you’re playing for big money or peanuts.
In the interests of full disclosure and objectivity (which is always tricky when a game is so great), let’s dig deep and find at least one negative aspect to mention. OK, brace for impact, here it is: this game could offer a lot more as far as bonus features are concerned. This applies both to real cash scenarios and to the free version. While there’s undoubtedly enough to keep punters engaged, a special feature or two is always welcomed with open arms.