Focus of Rage of the Seas Slot
With stacks of special features, bonus rounds, and free spins, you won’t mind walking the plank in Rage of the Seas.
The game comprises a standard set-up of five reels and four rows, although the expandable reels feature can see your middle three reels expand to seven rows. That increases the 1024 Ways to Win up to a whopping 5488!
Featuring NetEnt’s 1024 Ways to Win system, there are no paylines in Rage of the Seas and so the gameboard cannot be modified.
However, you are in full control of your staking, with a minimum of $0.20 per spin, up to a maximum of $400 per turn in this high volatility game.
Gameplay of Rage of the Seas Slot
Rage of the Seas features a number of nautically-inspired characters on its reels. There are male and female pirates, anchors, barrels of what may or may not be rum, and even a squawking parrot inspired by Long John Silver himself.
You’re looking to match three or more of these on a corresponding winning line as is the case in any video slot game, but if you want to maximize your pieces of eight than you need to be spinning the game’s special symbols.
Chief among these are the variety of wilds on offer. The standard wild substitutes for all other main game symbols, the spreading wild does as its name suggests, and stacked wilds will multiply the payout from your winning combinations exponentially.
Winning Symbols on Rage of the Seas Slot
Aside from the standard symbols and the wild, there are some other on-reel icons to keep your eye on – whether you’ve got your pirate patch on it or not.
It’s the Boost symbol that expands one or more of your middle reels AND triggers four Feature Spins (more on those shortly).
When you reveal three Boost symbols during standard gameplay or your Feature Spins, then free spins will be awarded. Free spins can also be earned by landing three or more scatters on your reels – as many as 12 free spins are earned for five scatters.
Bonus & Free Spins
As well as the free spins round, there are a number of random bonuses available in Rage of the Seas.
These include the stacked and spreading wilds already mentioned, but Major and Minor Reel Upgrades are also equally anticipated. Here, the anchor and barrel symbols are removed from your reels, leaving just the highest paying icons behind.