Extra 10 Liner
Extra 10 Liner
Extra 10 Liner
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Extra 10 Liner Slot Review
If you’re ready for a video slot which incorporates several differences to your standard product, Extra 10 Liner could be just what you’re looking for. It’s very easy to get carried away with all the flashy and graphically sound products being released to the market today, but this one really does introduce a little bit of unique game play. And while it may not be as visually pleasing as many other games, it does have a certain sense of style about it, featuring genuinely interestingly designed icons and reels. We could live without the arcade noise that is forced from our speakers every time we have a spin, but fortunately, there is a mute button for this exact reason. Other than that, you’ll have a great time getting to know this one better.
What’s So Unique About Extra 10 Liner?
There’s nothing specifically unique when it comes to the icon included on the reels. These are generally speaking much like the rest. This game makes use of symbols relating to various different treasures, from huge bags of gold coins through to ruby-stoned rings and diamonds. There’s also a couple of other gemstones included on the reels, making for an altogether standardized choice. It’s a five reel and three row game, and Merkur have also added 10 fixed pay lines into the game as well.
Where the uniqueness comes into is during actual game play, as standard video slots would see winning combinations only able to be made from the leftmost reel onwards. And while this is still an option within this game, you’re also able to craft winning combinations of any three symbols anywhere on a pay line. So, you’re just as able to craft a win from three bags of gold appearing from the first reel onto the second and third on a pay line, as you are from a diamond showing up on the second reel, on to the third and fourth reels on a pay line. This means that you have more of an opportunity to secure yourself some wins.
The game’s coin value is able to be altered in the bottom right hand corner from its minimum of $0.10 right up to its maximum of $20 per spin, meaning that this is the maximum overall wager that you’re able to place.
Extra 10 Liner’s Extra Special Features
Apart from the aforementioned interesting ways of winning, there aren’t a great deal of specialties included in the game alongside. However, the first addition that has been added is a scatter symbol, which comes in the form of a wad of cash. This is exempt from the pay line rule, meaning that you can receive a pay out from it wherever it appears on the reels. It offers a maximum pay out of 1,000 coins, which is available when you spin five of these across the screen.
The product has also had a gamble feature integrated into it, which triggers after every winning combination that is below $140. This offers players the chance to gamble their winnings to try and increase them via one of two games, or to collect the amount as it exists at current. Should you opt to gamble, you can do this by either the ‘Ladder Gamble’ game or the ‘Card Gamble’ game.
The former of these brings a ladder of values up on the right hand side of the screen. A light will flash between two of these, with one of them being higher than your current winnings and the other being lower. Your job is to hit the gamble button and hope that the flashing light stops on the higher value. Choosing the card gamble option presents you with a set of playing cards. Your job is simply to guess the color of the next turned over card. Guess correctly and you’ll be able to double up your funds.
A New Twist
It’s true that this product does offer up a slightly new and appealing twist on the standard slot products out there. Fair enough, it may not have anything stellar in the form of special features, but the ability to win with any three or more symbols appearing from the second reel on, instead of just from the first, is very captivating indeed.