Rage of the Seas Slot

We always love hearing about a new slot game release from NetEnt. Arguably one of the biggest and most famous software developers in the casino market, NetEnt has produced many huge hits in its time. Starburst, anyone?

The new Rage of the Seas slot is worlds away from that title though – and in a good way, too. Let’s see what else we can find out about it.

It uses a 5 x 4 reel set… to start with

Five reels is the order of the day here, but we’re also treated to four rows instead of the standard set of three.

By doing this, NetEnt has been able to produce a 1,024-ways to win slot game. This means all potential winning combinations are covered by a single wager.

However, that is only where the game begins. There is a Boost Symbol involved in play, and if this turns up three times in a spin, you can expect the reels to get bigger. The best outcome is to reach 5,488 ways, but you need to expand the reel set a few times to reach this.

Four random features are included

Whenever that Boost symbol turns up on each of the middle three reels, the reel set gets larger. You also receive four Feature Spins.

There are four random features that can occur during this portion of the game. Discover which one you’ve been granted and then get started. Stacked wilds might be granted, or perhaps you’ll get a spreading wild. There are also major or minor reel upgrades.

Up to 12 free spins to be won

Yes, these are different to the Feature Spins. The free spins are triggered by three scatters or three Boost icons according to the rules of the game. You’ll get five, eight, or 12 freebies for three, four, or five scatters.

Oh, and of course, there’s a wild in the game too – an octopus by the look of it.

Get your pirate theme going with Rage of the Seas today

This game was launched on the day we wrote this article. We gave it a try and we loved the appearance of the game. It is set into the rear of a pirate galleon. Giving it a try means you can get used to the expanding reels if you manage to trigger this feature.