|4.||Maximum coins||1 coins|
|6.||Maximum jackpot in||5000 coins|
|10.||Betting range||from $0.01 up to $25|
|11.||Coin Bet Range||from $0.01 up to $1|
|12.||Coins per line||1|
Alaskan Sun Slot Review
About Alaskan Sun
The background to the Alaskan Sun slot game consists of snow covered trees and fences. It is a beautifully designed game that makes you want to wrap up in a cosy jumper in front of an open fire. The symbols on the reels have taken inspiration from Alaska and include; a pretty female Eskimo, a Polar Bear, a Reindeer, a Wolf, an Igloo, a Salmon, Snowshoes and some snow covered Letter and Number symbols.
NuWorks have arranged for their players to be able to spend between $0.01 and $25 per spin. You simply need to decide how many of the games 25 different pay lines you would like to play with, and then multiply this by your chosen coin size. Coin sizes can be amended between $0.01 and $1 per line.
One of the most important symbols in the Alaskan Sun slot game is the Eskimo. The Eskimo symbol can make an appearance on the games 2nd, 3rd and 4th reel, and is the games Wild symbol. This means that it will try and replicate the other symbols in the game, to try and make up a winning pay line combination. The only symbol it cannot replicate is the Igloo symbol.
This isn’t all the Eskimo symbol can do though, as if you manage to bring up all three symbols at the same time, then you will trigger the Sun Pick feature. Simply click on each of the Eskimo symbols, to reveal a number between 1 and 10. These numbers will then be multiplied together, to give a triggering bet multiplier of up to 1,000!
The Igloo is the games Scatter symbol. Three, four or five of these symbols (left to right on the reels) will pay out 10, 20 or 50 free spins respectively. You can retrigger the free spins feature during free play, and any wins you pick up with the Wild symbols help will also be doubled.
The games three progressive jackpots (Mini, Minor and Major) are given away completely at random. This means that they can be won after any single spin on the game, even if you haven’t won anything.
by Kelly Sharp