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| Expanding Wilds
| Scatter Symbol
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It’s time to go fishing and you never know what you might get in Novomatic’s ‘Big Catch.’ This underwater game certainly gives its players some good chances to get some excellent wins.
Looking at the game is like staring at a fish tank. The backdrop to the game shows an underwater scene with lots of bubbles and sea plants but not a fish in sight, perhaps the fisherman has had a good day and will be having a bumper fish and chip supper tonight.
‘Big Catch’ is a five-reel game with three rows of symbols and twenty paylines. Those paylines aren’t fixed so you have to decide your stake and how many paylines you want to activate for the next spin of the reels. Playing the game costs between £0.05 and £100, so whether you are just playing for fun or want to try your luck at winning big money, you’ll find a comfortable level to play at.
There’s a bubbly soundtrack to the game though it does sometimes sound like you’ve just done something rude in the bath. Symbols in the game aren’t that impressive really because there aren’t that many of them. We do get an anchor and the Big Catch Logo plus the ten to Ace playing card symbols. They have a sea plant attached to them but I’ve had spins of the reels that end with just one symbol that isn’t a playing card.
The wild here is the pink starfish and only appears on the third, fourth and fifth reels. It can substitute for other symbols to get you some good wins and five of the wilds on an activated payline win you
All the information about the game can be discovered by accessing the paytable. Also have some free games to see how the Go Fishing Bonus works. If you want to set some automated spins, use he autoplay feature. This can set between one and 50 automated spins.
The Go Fishing Bonus is a randomly awarded prize and it can crop up at the end of any spin. How do you tell it’s on its way? Well, the reels suddenly fill up with water and this causes all the symbols to do a vanishing act.
A fishing hook now appears above the reels and when you press the ‘start’ button it’ll descend and grab a fish from a reel. How big the fish is will determine just how much you win. This starts off with a tiddler going up to a small catch, medium catch, big catch, Very big catch, whopper, monster and prize catch. The game stops when you get the prize catch or the boot which wins you nothing.
The game also has a Gamble Feature but this is a little bit different from the usual format but just as treacherous. More often than not it’s a question of guessing the colour or suit of the next card. However, here it’s a 50/50 game if you choose to gamble your win and not just take it and go onto the next spin. You now need to get the flashing light on the winning amount. Even if you get it wrong you may get a Lucky Loser prize which can either be collected of you go for another gamble. Just be careful with this because it’s an easy way to lose good wins.
A fairly basic game from Novomatic. The lack of theme related symbols and the absence of a free spins round is a bit disappointing. The gamble feature again is something to be very wary of. Even so it’s a game that looks good and worth having a play but perhaps for not too long a period of time.
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