Microgaming has such a large library of games and slots such as Chain Mail makes us think they ran out of ideas. This is a 5 reel game with 20 lines, Wild, Scatter and Bonus symbols. The bonus symbol triggers a side game where you’ll get a chance at winning some nice coin prizes. Did Microgaming run out of ideas? Check the slot’s outrageous theme here for free or wager real-money and become eligible to win real-money prizes.
Chain Mail has a theme which combines fast food, medieval times and post office motives. My personal opinion is that they tried to do a theme around Chainmail, a war game which was the precursor to Dungeons & Dragons. Nonetheless this slot is quite popular among players for its potential payouts.
Not only does the Wild icon substitute for all symbols except Scatter and Bonus, it also doubles any win when participating in a combination. The Scatter Chain Mail symbol awards total stake multipliers and the Bonus B Symbol will trigger the Castle Bonus when on reels 1, 3 and 5. The 6,000 coin Jackpot is awarded when 5 Wilds appear on an active line starting from leftmost to right.
There are 20 potential paylines to be activated bu clicking on the ‘Select Lines’ button, and 5 coins to place on each. Coin sizes range between $0.01 and $0.50 subsequently creating a betting range going from $0.01 to $50.
When the B-bonus icon appears scattered anywhere on the reels 1, 3 and 5 it triggers the Castle Bonus. This is a Pick Me game where you get to open castle doors in search of coin prizes. If you discover Princess Roxy behind one of the doors it will award All Wins, on the other hand Uncle Mordread ends the bonus game.
The Wild icon substitutes for regular symbols and doubles any win it helps create. Scatter symbol awards wins which are multiplied with your total stake.
The game also has an Auto Play option incorporated to the control panel, allowing you to sit back while the reels spin on their own.
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