The Beach game can be found at Net Entertainment casinos. Net Entertainment do make the house edge information of their slots games available and this can be found in the help files of the game (usually accessed by pressing the ‘?’ button at the bottom left of the game window). Net Entertainment games appear to only have one setting.
What treasures will you find amongst the drift wood?
This game is a 5 reel game, with 20 paylines and you can bet up to 10 coins on each payline.
The ‘Wild’ symbol is wild and only appears on reels 1, 2, 4 and 5. The ‘Octopus Wild’ symbol is also wild, only appears on reel 3 and doubles all wins it contributes to.
There are two bonus features when playing Beach. The first is activated when you receive the Octopus Wild symbol anywhere on reel 3. When this happens the Octopus will swap two adjacent symbols on reels 2, 3 or 4 – excluding itself – so that you receive the highest win possible.
The second bonus feature is activated when you receive 3 or more of the ‘Message in a Bottle’ symbol anywhere on the reels. When this happens you will be awarded between 8 and 24 complimentary spins depending on how many Message in a Bottle symbols you received.
Beach isn’t the most electrifying of Net Entertainment’s recent releases, but it does boast the usual fantastic graphical interface and a house edge far lower than average for it’s competitors.
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