Nugget Hunters

Nugget Hunters

The slot was formed during the American gold rush in the 1800s. Treasure hunters are known as the "Forty", and they began searching for gold when they were mining deposits in different parts of the United States (including Arizona) after the Civil War.

The background is a softly depicted cartoon-style desert that can travel across Arizona, where there are sparse green plants, rocky outcrops, cacti and a cloudy blue sky. The symbols are bright, bold and detailed renderings, showing a shiny modern effect. Each painting is depicted in a cartoon style, creating a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere and consistent with the background, while the scrolls are housed in wooden frames. Music is played while rotating, with a soft Western atmosphere, while lighting and symbol animation will celebrate this successful combination.

There are 9 symbols in total, including 5 themed characters: the hippie in the turban, the blonde with headphones, the outdoor activist with gray beard, the mystic in pink dress, and the basset hound with blindfold. There are also four low-value card symbols, namely J, Q, K and A. The scatter diagram is a gold mine.

The user interface is located below the runner. Concise, concise, settings, sound on/off, game information and your bet are on the left. The rotation button is in the middle, and there are power and automatic rotation options on both sides. On the right, you will find the balance, total bet amount and winning amount.

To play, use the +/- buttons to adjust your bet. You bet every 5 lines, so the amount here is multiplied by 10 to get 50 paylines. Bets only start at 0.01 and the total bet is 0.10. The maximum bet is 10.00 and the maximum bet is 100.00 coins. Then press to rotate and keep your fingers crossed. You can also set automatic rotation as needed.1.jpg - 290.84 kB2.jpg - 247.49 kB