Secret of the Stones Slot Review
Feb 12, 2014
SECRET OF THE STONES INFOPlay Free Game
0.01 - 0.5
Coins Bet Range
Secret of the Stones is a 5 reel, 25 payline video slots game from Net Entertainment. Based loosely around Stonehenge, the game is set in a moss-covered and misty forest with large stone gates covered in Celtic markings making up the background.
Coin sizes in the game range from 0.01 to 0.50 with a maximum of 250 coins or 125.00 per spin, making this game ideal for players with all sizes of bankrolls. The game includes wild symbols, scatter symbols, a free spins bonus round and a bonus game.
Secret of the Stones Slot Symbols
Symbols in the game include intricately carved stones with Celtic markings in the shapes of various animals – Hjort, Uggla, Tjur, Varg and Orm – and high value playing cards. The keeper of the stones is the wild symbol and it substitutes for all other symbols, except the scatter symbol to complete a winning combination. The tree symbol is the scatter symbol and it is the key to triggering the free spins bonus round.
Secret of the Stones Slot Bonus Features
This game is triggered when you spin three or more tree scatter symbols anywhere on the reels. Players are awarded ten free spins and then taken to a separate screen to play the bonus game.
The bonus game is played when the free spins feature has been triggered. Players are taken into a forest clearing where they will face twenty stones covered with Celtic messages. You will need to select stones with the number of selections available to you based on the number of scatter symbols that triggered the free spins game. The stones that you select can award a number of bonuses. You may win extra free spins with another 2, 3, 4, 5 or even 10 free spins added to the original total. You may win additional multiplier values of 1x or 2x to be added to your original value of 1x. You can trigger wild reels that turn reel 2 and / or reel 4 into a complete wild reel. You can trigger additional wild symbols with the deer and / or owl symbols turning into wilds.
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