Pirates are the theme for this game created by Playtech, and although this theme has been done, recreated, done again, packed and shipped, Chests of Plenty fits well enough into the area to provide a somewhat entertaining game.

Every spin will set off the sound of a pirate accordionist playing a jolly tune, while the reels will produce icons of thematic relevance, such as parrots, cutlasses and pirates themselves.

Chests of Plenty is a five reel game, with three rows and 20 different bet lines included. The stake per line is alterable between R0.50 and R100, giving all players the option of placing a minimum wager of R10.00 and a maximum of R2,000 across all 20 pay-lines. An auto-play button is also included for up to 25 spins of the reels.

Chests of Plenty Specialities

The game has a selection of added perks, such as its treasure chest scatters. Three of these appearing anywhere on the reels will begin a feature. Each chest will zoom out and draw three gems from within. Three gems of the same sort will award different payouts. This feature will continue until there are not winning combinations made. Should all three chests draw out three diamonds on the same draw, then you win the nine diamond progressive jackpot!

Wild symbols are represented by the female pirate, and she will substitute for all other symbols on the reels, except treasure chest scatter and treasure map bonuses.

The bonus scatter symbol of the treasure map will trigger a bonus round allowing you to explore an island for buried treasure. Three bonus scatters will provide a game on Booty Island, four sends you to the Isle of Plenty, while five sends you right to Jackpot Island. You basically need to spin the wheel of fortune to move around the island you’re on. Spinning ‘collect’ on the wheel will end the round.

Conclusion

Chests of Plenty is a beautifully themed game that is overflowing with added extras. The graphics included may not be as visually appealing as some other games, but the fact that there is as much crammed into it as there is makes up for this.