Playtech’s Oceanus Rising is a bit of a mixed bag slot in terms of theme. There are elements to the Lost City of Atlantis in this release, but also several Neptune and Greek mythology references. Either way, underwater action is guaranteed in the slot. Players will note that Playtech have kitted out the game with 5 reels and 30 paylines, although the latter can expand at various parts of the game. A spin on the slot is guaranteed to cost between 0.10 and 500.00 a turn, making Oceanus Rising ideal for both low-rollers and big spenders alike. When playing with an expanded payline set in the bonus round, it is possible to walk away with a non-progressive jackpot worth 17,500x a bet. The game is a medium to highly volatile release and has an RTP rate which just barely scrapes over the industry-standard line at 95.05%.
Players will want to keep their eyes peeled for the King Neptune icon. This symbol is a wild icon and can substitute for all others save for other special emblems. Wilds are also the most profitable symbols in the slot, paying out top prizes when five appear on a line.
Following any win, a Rising Re-Spin round kicks into gear. This initially dishes out a single re-spin, but the height of the reels (thus, the number of paylines) now increases. A total of 10 paylines are added every time a reel increases in height, and this occurs when players land wins in succession during this re-spin bonus. The re-spin round takes the place of a genuine free spin bonus in the Oceanus Rising slot.
It isn’t just the paylines which can rise with subsequent re-spins. Players will also see the amount that is available (the non-progressive jackpot) rise to boot. Playing with 30 or 40 paylines can see players potentially win up to 1,500 and 2,000x a bet, respectively. When you play with 50 or 60-line reels, you could win 5,000x a bet or 9,000x a bet, respectively. The maximum number of lines which can appear in this game totals seventy. Playing with all 70 lines allows players to potentially win a non-progressive jackpot prize worth 17,500x a bet. It is worth noting that playing with 50, 60 or 70 lines sees 2x, 3x and 5x multipliers come into play, which is why the available prizes rise so rapidly.
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