Master of Atlantis Slot review
Blueprint Gaming’s Master of Atlantis comes with an ocean theme, very high volatility and rewards which reach 10,000x the stake.
Master of Atlantis has a type of theme that we’re familiar with, and which we’ve seen in a large number of slot machines over the years. With inspiration coming from the god of the Sea, in the version thought up by the Ancient Greeks, there will be an image of Poseidon on the reels, along with a variety of other symbols which are connected to him, or to the city of Atlantis. The design is cartoon-style, of good enough quality and with symbols which will show both appropriate images of krakens, sharks, treasure chests or pearls, and the Royals that don’t seem to contribute with anything. An enjoyable enough game overall, though the quality isn’t any different from a lot of other slots with a similar theme.
5×4 reels with a total of 40 active lines, will be the layout that’s available to you in Master of Atlantis. The game has several excellent features on offer, such as the Trident Power Spins, Poseidon Free Spins, Omega Wilds and scatters. When it comes to the big jackpots that it can pay, the value can reach 10,000x the stake here.
For the full range of your bets, there is the option to spend anywhere from $0.50 to $500 each spin. It appears to have 50 coins in use, with denominations that will reach $10.
The easiest feature to get will come in the form of a wild, a symbol that shows the Omega icon on it. It’s the substitute symbol and it works as expected, being a regular symbol’s replacement, nothing more.
One of the possible features in Master of Atlantis will take the form of a randomly triggered Trident Strike. It will add mystery symbol positions, and then it transforms them into a regular icon.
The free spins trigger via scatters, 3 to 5 required, and the resulting feature has two parts. There are up to 3 Trident Power Spins for starters, and then there are the Poseidon Free Spins as well.
The first part has the game collecting Trident symbols, and then paying up to 100x the stake for them.
Once the free spins begin, any scatters that you land at that point will pay the amount that the Trident Power Spins offered, so up to 100x the stake for each one, or 500x total.
Master of Atlantis has good paying potential, same as other slots with high volatility being released these days, and I love it because of that.