Inspired by online gaming’s latest form of digital currency, this Slot from Endorphina is made up of 6 reels, and 20 paylines. Yes, that’s right; 6 reels. In fact, it is the software’s first Slot with 6 reels. Added features include a Wild symbol, and Bonus Game.
Satoshi’s Secret Theme
You’ll feel as if you’ve just stepped into the inner makings of your home computer when you launch this Slot game. The theme, of course, is based on Satoshi Nakamoto and his bitcoin creation. Players must hack passwords in order to reveal prizes. Gaming symbols include a dollar sign, euro sign, British pound sign, and random letters, which can arrange to reveal ‘QWERTY’ across the reels for an exclusive prize.
Betting Options And More Functions
A betting range from $0.01 up to $200, is available, as well as a coin bet range from $0.01 up to $1. This can be adjusted at any point during play by using the arrows below and above the ‘Total Bet’ option to increase or decrease the displayed value.
To start the game, click the ‘Spin’ button, located in the bottom, right corner of the screen. This will cause the reels to turn and reveal possible wins.
An ‘Auto’ button will allow you to set the reels to spin automatically for a given amount of turns.
There are 1 to 20 paylines to be utilized during play, which can be adjusted by clicking the ‘Lines’ button, situated to the right of ‘Spin.’
A ‘Menu’ option is available, and will allow players to view all gaming symbols as well as their respective payouts.
Satoshi’s Secret Slot Features
The Wild symbol is represented by the ‘Wild’ icon. It has the power to substitute for other icons on the reels, in order to from winning combinations.
A symbol depicting a lock featuring a ‘B’ across the front of it, will act as the Bonus icon. Four of these on reels 2, 3, 4, and 5, will trigger the Trading Bonus Game.
During the bonus feature, a player is awarded with a prize amount of 30 Total Bets, which can be collected or used for trading during the game. It also simulates forex trading where currency exchange rates are generated by 3x3 Slot game. You may skip the feature if you wish by selecting ‘Take Profit’ before it begins.
Our Take On Satoshi’s Secret
If the game’s unique bitcoin theme isn’t reason enough to check it out, perhaps its cool Bonus Game, other additional features, and $50k Jackpot will do the trick.
Slot data and features
- Pay lines
- Max cash jackpot
- Payout percent
- Wild symbol
- $0.01 - $200.00
- Betting range
- 0.01 - 1.0
- Coin bet range
- Coins per line
- Max coins jackpot
- Max coins
- Scatter symbol
- Free spins available
- Bonus game
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