Gnarly sharks and bleach blonde surfer dudes are a staple part of beach life on Hawaii and play a key role on Surf’s Up, a tribal themed slot from Chartwell gaming. Gameplay includes additional bonuses such as free spins, wilds, multiple scatters and a surfing themed bonus round.
Surf's Up Theme
The designers have gone with a burnt orange glow for the reel background to mimic sunrise. There are palm tree silhouettes on the right hand side and two segments on the left. These outline key promotions and prizes which forgoes the need to delve into the paytable too often.
A tribal theme runs deeply, including a bongo drum sound track and a mixture of icons which follow either a surfing or pacific island feel. These include two very pretty island ladies, hunky surfers, islands, surf’s up wilds, bonus surfers, sharks, stingrays, purple totem poles, idols and stone styled 10, J, Q, K and A icons.
Betting Options and More Functions
Chartwell slots are known for their flexibility in the betting department and Surfs Up isn’t any different. Players are able to change coin denominations, line values and even coins per line which means bets between 0.01 and $37.50 are possible.
Surf's Up Slot Features
The Shark and Stingray icons are both scatters which can award prizes when three or more identical ones appear in any position. You can also win a prize when three or more mixed scatters appear, a mixture of three for example pays 2 coins whilst five pays 15 coins.
The Surf’s Up logo is capable of substituting for any single icon excluding the free spin, bonus surfer or wildlife scatters. This wild appears during normal and free spins which offers an additional way to winning more prizes.
Three free spins are awarded when the brunette appears on the first reel at the same time that the blonde lady appears on the fifth reel. Each of these free spins includes a triple multiplier which is applied to any resulting win.
You’ll need a surfer bonus on the first, second and third reel to trigger the bonus round. You choose a surfer and if they come in first you progress onto the next round where the whole process can potentially be repeated once more in the ‘gold’ bonus round. The graphics aren’t the best but the round can pay very handsomely.
Our Take on Surf's Up
Surf’s Up is sure to be a big hit as it combines Pacific island styling and surfing, both of which always prove to be popular when combined with quality slot software. We’d have loved it if the bonus round looked a little better, although as we mentioned before it pays well and that’s the main thing.
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- $0.01 - $37.50
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- 0.01 - 0.25
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