Creature from the Black Lagoon

creature from the black lagoon slot review

Slots Features

Software:
NetEnt
RTP:
96.50%
Paylines:
20
Min Coin Size:
0,01
Max Coin Size:
0,50
Max Bet:
€100
Wilds:
Features
Auto Play:
Features
Progressive Jackpot:
Cons
Bonus Feature:
Features
Our rating:

Creature from the Black Lagoon Slot Review

For those familiar with classic monster horror films, Creature from the Black Lagoon should stand out as being the 1954 movie, filmed in black and white and in 3D. Well, this game from Netent takes all the excitement and thrills of the film and incorporate it all into a slot game, offering up endless entertainment.

Four characters from the film – Kay Lawrence, Dr. David Reed, Dr. Carl Maia and Lucas – all appear on the reels, as well as various different equipment, such as oxygen tanks, binoculars, knives and radios. Gameplay is also accompanied by a very apt soundtrack that harks back to the 50s while maintaining the air of mystery regarding the creature lurking in the water.

Creature from the Black Lagoon features a five reel and three row layout, while also offering up 20 non-customisable paylines. Wagers are able to be placed between £0.01 and £0.50 per line, while the bet level can also be changed between one and 10, meaning that a maximum overall wager of £100 per round can be placed.

Special Features

Wild symbols (represented by the game’s logo) can appear anywhere on the reels in the main game and will stand in for other symbols, except freespin and target symbols, to create a winning combination. During the freespins round and the main game, wild symbols act as sticky wilds, remaining in position for one re-spin.

The freespins symbol offers up a set amount of freespins, with three providing 10 freespins, four providing 15 and five providing 20. By collecting target symbols during freespins, you can receive either a further 10 freespins or one of two spreading wilds, which spread horizontally one position, with one symbol moving only left, and the second moving both left and right.

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