Solomons Mines Slots
King Solomon was an explorer in addition to being a great leader and he left behind him a legacy that included his mines. In these mines there were and continue to be incredible gems some of which are priceless.
Solomons Mines Slots
game focuses on the mines of King Solomon and what they produced for him and the generations after him. This slots game has five reels and twenty five paylines in which players can benefit from wild wins, scatter multipliers and a special gem seeking bonus game.
Getting to Know the Game
The game can be tried out for fun and practice before placing real money bets starting at a value of $0.01 per coin size with the maximum coin size of $10. There is an auto play feature for players that like to sit and watch the reels run in succession and not need to press the spin button each time. In this slots game Penelope, the modern day explorer is the wild symbol and she only appears on reels 2, 3 and 4. When Penelope does appear on any of these reels she substitutes for other symbols and in this way can help make up a winning payline.
The Multiplying Journal and the Bonus Pick and Win Game
The journal symbol is the scatter symbol awarding players multiplying payouts. Five of the journal symbols awards players 100x the coin bet placed, four of the journal symbols awards players 20x the coin bet placed, three of the journal symbols awards players 5x the coin bet placed and two of the journal symbols awards players 2x the coin bet placed. Three and more of the journal symbols on screen triggers the bonus game. In this bonus game the player travels through a mine and reaches two different vases. The player is invited to choose one of the vases, if a gem is chosen he wins a prize and is invited to choose a further vase, if the vase is empty the player wins a consolation prize of two times the coin bet placed if at the first pick and if it is a second pick or more the bonus game ends and the player is taken back to the main screen to continue playing the base game and hoping for more visits to the mine.