Great Blue is a video slot which features some of the largest fish and mammals on earth. Despite this they aren't the biggest aspect because players can gain additional winning opportunities by using scatters, wilds and free spins. The prizes are pretty large too with the whale sized jackpot paying an impressive £/€/$500,00!
Great Blue Slot Theme
Players fond of nature will appreciate the undersea theme which wraps deep blues and bubbles around the reels. The sound track also includes a number of different effects, but it's the reel icons which impress the most.
Symbols are all related to life under the great blue sea. You will find sea turtles, Seahorses, Sharks, Shells, Pearls, Starfish, Tropical Fish and whales. Some of these animate to mark a win whilst others simply flash - either way it feels great to put winning combos together.
Betting Options and More Functions
Players can be as frugal or adventurous as they like with bets because they range from 0.01 to 1250. As this is an international slot it can be played in various currencies including Pounds, Euros and Dollars.
You can gamble any prize smaller than £2,500 by pressing the 'gamble' button. This presents another underwater screen with a deck of cards. You can choose whether the next card will be black or red and if you get it right see your winnings doubled. You can continue to bet like this or collect your spoils at any time (preferably before selecting an incorrect colour).
Great Blue Slot Features
The Killer Whale plays as a multiplying wild icon. This means that any win created by substitution is also doubled during standard games and free spins.
The flawless open pearl shell awards scatter wins from just two icons. Three or more presents an underwater bonus game where you first select a shell to reveal free spins and then choose again to determine the multiplier. You can win a maximum of 33 free spins with up to 15x multipliers. You can gain an additional 15 free spins automatically if three or more pearl icons appear during the free spins too.
Our Take on Great Blue
Playtech are well known for producing high end slots and this fits the mould perfectly. Dive into the beautiful depths by playing Great Blue today.
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- $0.01 - $1,250.00
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- 0.01 - 5.0
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