Shark Meet – Top Notch Free Slots Casino Game
Amongst the reef and deep below the waves, a gameboard teeming with sea life awaits. Dive on in and race for gold, but watch out, your race buddies have the tendency to be a little bit bitey! Snappy symbols of puffer fish, jellyfish and of course sharks are paired with quirky animations sure to amuse. So, throw on your swimming gear and race for your life.
This 4×4 by Booming Games features 16 fixed paylines to ensure you never miss out on a possible win. Asides from the impressive graphics, Shark Meet slot is packed to the gills with innovative and exciting features. The great white shark as player might have guessed is the Wild, and will substitute all other symbols asides from the Scatter.
4-Way Pay – Paylines operate in all four directions from top to bottom, bottom to top, left to right and right to left. This is a feature that is permanently active and does not need to be triggered.
Multiplying Paylines – Paylines have multiplying values assigned to them which will multiply wins that land upon them. Wins from left to right are multiplied by 1, from right to left by 2, from top to bottom by 3 and from bottom to top by 4. This feature, like 4-Way Pay, is always active and does not need to be triggered.
Gamble – After a win, a chance at Double-Or-Nothing, players guess on the colour of the jellyfish.
Free Spins – With 3 or more of the hammerhead sharks 10 Free Spins are awarded. Any further three or more Scatters will add further Free Spins to the Free Spins counter.
Bet Per Line, Autoplay, Max Bet and Gamble options can all be selected from the rocks at the bottom of the screen, while the other setting are integrated into the side of the submarine up top. The ‘Pay’ symbol at top right takes players to the paytable, displaying the pay-out values and a brief description of the features that the symbols can trigger. For a more detailed description of the rules and to view the paylines, players can select the ‘i’ symbol on the main screen.
And just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water.