This feeling is enhanced by the moving bubbles in the background. All symbols are qualitatively and realistically drawn. The graphics are modern, high-tech, there are many special effects: shadows, 3D, highlighting and, of course, animation.
The music is calm, even. It does not use sharp sounds and signals. The controls are made specifically for the user who plays either using a personal computer, laptop, mobile devices and other gadgets.
Before start playing, each player can view the control panel, on which are fixed all the functions necessary for the game process. The participant needs to open the INFO tab, where he will find the paytable, as well as information about each special game symbol and active lines. By the way, the last record player cannot change, so 25 lines are active by default.
After this, the user must set the bet size using the LINE BET function controls. Next we can see the MAX BET function that sets the maximum game indicators. After that, the participant can absolutely calmly start the rotation by using the SPIN key, which is responsible for single scrolls or using the AUTOPLAY button.
In the center there are information fields that show the winner’s winnings and balance. Each action of the player will be announced by a melody.
Features and Bonuses
The Blue Whale is wild so it can replace simple pictures during the game. If the picture has added a profitable combination then the payment will be doubled. The oceanic jellyfish is scattered and when 2-5 such shots appear on the screen the student will receive a payment in the amount of x2-x500 of his total bet. Thanks to this shred, you get 8 free spins during which an additional multiplier will act. This mini-game can be restarted.
If the player is not enough, then he can use the “double up” button that is located on the corals. If you can complete all the necessary tasks then your last win will be doubled.
The video slot has all the necessary attributes for an exciting underwater trip. The developers have tried and created an amazing model of “Deep blue” that tells us about the underwater world and its inhabitants.