Magnet Games are one of the smaller-scale casino software developers in the online gaming world. Nonetheless, they have come up with something rather special in their Deep Blue slot. The game naturally contains an underwater adventure theme, and has an unusual gaming engine to say the least. There are 3 main reels to the game, but players will instantly be drawn to the Sonar Game box to the side – we’ll come to that in just a moment. Deep Blue will not allow players to alter their bets much, but wagers can range from 0.08 per spin, up to 8.00 per spin total. Expect to be able to compete to win two progressive jackpots in this slot machine, with the Jackpot prize being worth several thousand credits, and the Super Jackpot prize being worth roughly one hundred thousand credits.
Players do not have to worry about paylines in Deep Blue. Instead, winning combinations are acquired in clusters. Players need to land 3 or more adjacent icons (either horizontally or vertically) in the 3x3 grid to win a cash prize.
There’s a wealth of bonus to be had in this game, too. Landing 3 ship symbols adjacently on the reels will trigger a Treasure Map bonus. In this feature, players get two extra spins to try and bag wins. In the Sunken Ship bonus (triggered by landing 3 submarine symbols adjacently on the reels) players will add question marks to the reels which can result in prizes.
Three adjacent Kraken symbols triggers a Game Flash bonus. This will instantly increase the value of the prizes in the game.
Now, back to the Sonar Game. When 3 adjacent sonar symbols appear on the reels of the game, the player will win a total of 15 bonus spins. Each adjacent sonar symbol you land on the reels will see you pocket another 3 extra spins in this game.
Deep Blue is an overly complex game for a slot which features a 3x3 grid and very few wagering options. It makes for an interesting game to play, but can it really be considered a true slot machine game?
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