Lost Island slot review
Hundreds and thousands of islands have already been discovered by brave seafarers through the course of history. They come in all shapes and sizes. Some were inhabited by indigenous peoples, others remained untouched by civilization for thousands of years. But gaming software developers from Net Entertainment offer you to go to the island, that has not yet been reached by adventurers. It's is full of riddles, mysterious plants and untold riches. Despite that this island is virtual, your win is going to be very real.
Mysterious symbols of the Lost Island
Design of Lost Island slot is wonderful (color balance remins Twin Spin slot) and the sound effects perfectly complete the impression. Mysterious plants in the background that grew over some constructions left from the ancient peoples of the Lost Island look beautiful, unique and enigmatic. 5 reels against these monuments show their players ancient counting instruments never seen before. Apart from that on 20 paylines you're going to find musical instruments and some jewelry. All of them give different payouts. For 3 symbols of a kind you may get only 20 credits, for 4 symbols – from 60 to 150 and for 5 – up to 500 credits!
Wilds and scatters will help you form winning combinations. The wild depicts a mysterious blooming flower that may appear on any reel and substitute for all symbols (excepts scatters, as usual). Besides, there's a Multiplier bar in the upper right corner and each time a wild gets on the screen, it'll show x1, the next time x2 and like this up to x5. The scatter is a nice little golden turtle with diamonds encrusted and it acts just like in any other slot – 3 symbols pay 10 credits, 4 symbols – 20, 5 of them – 30 credits and at least 3 such symbols anywhere on the screen trigger the Free Spins mode.
To sum up, it's a brand-new beautiful game from NetEnt – it's got awesome design and sound effects, but the range of features is quite poor. So, experienced gamblers might call the slot rather simple but the payouts and Free Spins mode make up for it.