There is a total of eleven various basic figures in Mermaid’s Pearl, which can be split into two approximately identical groups in terms of value: The sea creatures and the classic game cards-inspired figures.
The second group classifies from a number 9 to the Ace, in rising order of value. Lining up at least 3 of them on an actual payline will make you a winner. The sea creature group plays the same way and includes amongst its members the Sea Horse, the Puffer Fish, the Lobster, the Fish, and finally the Sea Turtle. Once you’ve picked the number of paylines you wanted to activate and the amount of your bet, it’s time to click the Start or the Autoplay button for endless fun! Once you’ve got a winning combination, you can gamble with your money: it’s a 50/50 win-or-lose game, which can make you the prince of the seas.
You’ll find both Wild and Scatter figures on the wheels, which is excellent news, but it has more. Both symbols bring a little extra into the game as well.
Let’s start with the Scatter figure, which is a treasure chest sitting on the deep ocean. Beginning in 2 figures performing on the screen and you’re a champion. What’s more, exciting here is that 3 Scatter symbols will get you 40 Bonus Spins, four will get you 50, and five will get a total of 60 Bonus Spins. Moreover, those bonus spins are increasing: get extra Scatter combinations as you play and the Free Spins will go on and on…
The Wild figure is a beautiful, red-haired mermaid holding a large pearl in her hand. Not only does it replace for any other symbol except the treasure chest, but it will also increase the wins of any combination formed like this. Combine this with the high possibility to win a lot of Bonus Spins, and you’ll see how interesting Mermaid’s Pearl can get. If you handle to line up five Mermaid figures, then the jackpot is
Playing Mermaids Pearl
The purity and perhaps absence of work on the background mean that spinners must keep their eyes open for the spinning figures on the wheels. Also, there is quite a difference in terms of visual quality here: the design is like a cartoon, the lines are curvy, the colors are soft. This makes a rather lovely skill in the end, but not enough to distract us from what is at the point here: The Wins.