Net Entertainment has released a YouTube video preview of their upcoming Lost Island video slot – watch it below and find out what the new game will entail.
Lost Island is due for release in July 2014 but Net Entertainment has added a preview of the game on their YouTube channel. It will have 5 reels and 20 paylines and playable from just 20p a spin. The mystical-themed game is quite soothing and soft and is set in a forgotten island with rich vegetation and ancient monuments.
You will see from the preview that is has a Wild Multiplier meter which is situated in the top right of the reels. 1 wild symbol will trigger a 1x multiplier meaning that if you had 5 wilds for example and have a winning combination, the wins will be multiplier by 5!
You will also come across a Free Spins feature which you can play when you get 3 or more scatter symbols. You can get between 10 and 30 free spins initially with more free spins available for 3 or more scatters. A wild symbol will remain permanently throughout the feature in the middle row of the middle reels. Wilds also appear as stacks of 2 and 3 too for bigger wins.
Lost Island will be live in July sometime but Mr Green Casino did launch the game exclusively a couple of weeks ago as a test. I did play it and quite liked it. Anyway, to see Lost Island in action, watch the official YouTube video preview below:
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