Da Vinci’s Mystery Super Lines, with multipliers and big payouts, so the action is the one that will keep you interested here.
It has major potential, capable of paying up to 5,234 times the total bet, but at the same time, it only relies on 9 active lines, present on 5×3 reels.
With high volatility, it maintains the RTP, the figure quoted being 95.67%.
As for the important features that will keep you entertained, they range from the Super Lines system to free spins with symbol multipliers, cascading coils and diffusers.
It will reveal a list of bet values, varying between € 0.10 and € 20.
This is the bet that applies to the rotation of the game, with the 9 active lines.
The game will pay a decent amount, significantly higher than the average offered by a slot machine.
At the same time, the game has very high volatility, the maximum level based on the scale of Red Tiger.
This can bring you huge rewards, or you can go through very long periods of low or no earnings.
The big potential will come from free spins.
One of the main features / mechanics used in the Da Vinci mystery, Super Lines will require that the corresponding symbols appear on the same line at least three times.
What has changed is the requirement that these symbols appear from left to right, in consecutive order.
To form a combo, you just need the 3+ symbols anywhere on the same line.
If 3 scatter symbols with the game logo appear, you win 10 to 30 free spins.
The slot machine will change for the better, using the cascading reels now, as well as a symbol multiplier.
Cascading reels are used in their usual way, resulting in the removal and replacement of the winning symbols with new ones.
Additional winnings can be triggered accordingly, even if you didn’t have to pay for another round.
As for the symbol multiplier, it will increase the multiplier of symbols that have formed winning combinations.
Additional gains with these symbols will benefit from these new multipliers, and then they will further boost it.
Up to 30 additional free spins can be won, by picking up another set of 3 to 5 scatters.