Digging for Dinosaurs is actually a rather different take on the whole dinosaur-themed slot genre which always prove popular in the online casino world. Designed and developed by Saucify, the slot offers 5 reels and just 9 paylines of paleontological symbols, includes ammonites, claws, fossilised urchins, ferns and the ancestors of horseshoe crabs. Clever and creative, this simple slot will cost you at least 0.01 per line per spin, although if you play with the maximum coin values, all 9 lines and the maximum number of coins staked you can bet up to 11.25 per spin. Either way, this is not an expensive slot to play, especially since you can win a non-progressive jackpot which is capped at 8,000 coins in all.
Wild symbols make up the most prosperous symbols in the slot. They appear as Tyrannosaurus Rex skulls, and they can not only deliver the non-progressive jackpot but can also replace any other symbols in the game (barring scatters) and double the value of all winning combinations in which they play a part.
Those scatters appear as the aforementioned claw symbols. These symbols can dish out scattered cash prizes worth 2x, 20x or even 400x your total bet when 3, 4 or 5 of them appear anywhere on the reels. The symbols can also offer “free drops” when 3 or more appear.
Players are ideally looking for Drop Zone symbols (scatters). Once the Drop Zone symbols appear on the reels, the Drop Zone is activated. During this feature, all wins are tripled if they fall within a highlighted section of the reels. This “avalanche” feature is somewhat short of those we usually expect to find in such slots. For starters, there are no standard multipliers, and none of the symbols are retained on the reels, as you would expect from such a feature. With the drop zone being a rather small section of the gaming surface, wins don’t occur incredibly often, even with the 20, 45 or 60 free drops that the scatter icons provide.
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