The depiction of seven dwarfs as miners in the classic animated film snow white and the seven dwarfs was one of the earliest association of dwarfs with mining. But even that depiction of dwarfs as miners comes from an even longer history rooted in Germanic mythology. Legend had it that these diminutive human-like creatures once lived on earth and were skilled at smiting, crafting and mining. It is believed that the portrayal of seven dwarfs as miners takes it root from this myth. So that perception of dwarfs as miners gradually spilled into society and became adopted by video slot developers. Dwarf mine is one of such slots depicting dwarfs in that sense.
Dwarf mine takes you on a mining expedition in search for valuable discoveries on a five-reel slot that comes with more than a thousand ways to win. What’s more, the slot is designed with an expanding-reels mechanism that expands to augment your chances to more than six thousand ways to win.
Dwarf mine is loaded with a lot of animation which makes the slot not just alluring but also comical. But I must warn you, as you move along, you might run into the remains of dinosaurs and even that of buried people. (But I’m assuming you are not one of those with a faint heart). The reels are enclosed within a somewhat ancient hydraulic digging machine manned by a dwarf. Other symbols you’d find in the game include shovels, lanterns, axes and helmets. The most valuable of these symbols is the lantern which gives you 1.4x your stake if you land it on an active pay-line.
You gain access to the standard bonus by landing three bonus symbols on reels one, three, and five. Dwarf mine comes with a unique bonus symbol that is designed with dual functionality. First it sets off the free spins feature and also augments the reels in the base game. As soon as a bonus feature shows up, the reels expand a single row. The reels can get expanded to up to three rows which can augment the possible ways to win to 16, 807 ways.
Dwarf mine doesn’t come with any wild symbol.
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