Enjoy Wacky Waters at Playtech Casinos
Earlier this month, Playtech released the fun Wacky Waters slot game. Wacky Waters has 15 paylines, and is played on five reels with three rows. The underwater-themed slot game has wilds, multipliers, free spins, scatters, and a bonus game. The top payout is 3,000 coins.
Mar 31, 2016
Wacky Waters SymbolsThe symbols seen on the reels are made up of some great sea creatures that have been depicted in a cartoon-like style. There is an octopus, a starfish, a blowfish, sharks, squid, shrimp, seashells, an anchor symbol, various fish, and high value card symbols.In the base game, five regular icons can pay out a maximum amount of 750 coins. When Albert the blowfish comes into play, there are more exciting things in store for you.
Wacky Waters Bonus FeaturesAlbert the blowfish can be inflated to produce wilds, and to collect extra features. When Albert is seen on the centre square of the 5×3 grid, he puffs up until he looks as if he’s about to pop. He then begins to deflate, and in leaves in his wake six extra wilds on the second, third, and fourth reels.Albert’s Underwater Bonus powers up until you receive free games. The Bonus Anchor symbol needs to be seen on reels one, three, and five, and you will be taken to the interactive bonus game. As Albert swims up on the path you have chosen for him, he will collect additional wilds, multipliers, and free games.Cash Crabs can pay out with a 100x multiplier. This feature is triggered when you see three or more scatters on the reels. The more scatters you see, the more multiplier picks you can make.The 15 paylines are fixed, which means that you will always have to wager on all 15 lines each spin. The coin size, however, has a big range, giving players the chance to place both smaller and larger bets. It is possible to play as little as 0.01 credits per payline, making the minimum bet per spin 0.15, with the maximum bet per payline set to 75 credits.Players can choose both auto play and turbo to make the game go faster if they wish to do so.
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