Yggdrasil decided to go against the trend and Dwarf Mine is devoid of a wild symbol. However, there are plenty of features to help you secure a nice payout. The slot accepts bets in the range between 0.10 and £125 per spin.
When you land at least one Bonus symbol on the reels, the Expanding Reels feature is triggered and an extra row is added. If you land three Bonus symbols, you win 10 free spins and you also get 5 reels, 7 rows, and 16807 ways to win.
Collection Free Spins Feature
You will see crystals in different colours on the expanded reels. If you collect five crystals of the same colour, the Dwarf Mine Collection free spins feature is activated. Keep an eye on the crystal meters as they indicate how many identical symbols you have collected so far. During the feature, you will play on five reels, seven rows thus getting 16807 ways to win. What makes the Collection free spins feature different from the standard free spins feature is the fact that the crystals that first had to be collected to activate it now act as premium symbols.
The low-value in-game symbols are represented by clubs, diamonds, spades, and hearts. Lanterns, helmets, axes, and shovels are the premium symbols. There is no wild. The scatter is represented by a mining drill with the word bonus on it.
Yggdrasil slots rarely disappoint in terms of graphics and sound effects, but time will tell how successful this first Yggdrasil Megaways attempt will be. Dwarf Mine is slated to release on March 21 and we will update this review once the game goes live.