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The Sea Hunter game can be found at casinos offering Play ‘n Go software. Play ‘n Go are a growing providers in the industry and have a rapidly expanding portfolio of both slots games and clients. They do offer a full casino platform, but primarily seem to be used as a bolt on package for extra slots games. Play ‘n Go do publish the Return to Player (RTP)/House Edge information for their slots games within the game help files. As such we know that the house edge for Sea Hunter is 4%.
The Sea Hunter game has 3 reels and each reel is 3 symbols high with 5 paylines, playing from left to right.
The “Mine” symbol is Wild.
Cannon Power Ups – At either side of each reel there is a cannon that acts as meter registering a level. Each level requires a certain number of consecutive playlines. The cannon will re-set to zero as soon as a spin fails to hit a payline. The cannons have 4 levels, each offering something different. The Cannon Power-Ups take place immediately after they have been activated.
Cannon 1 (Growth Gun) – This cannon is triggered once you hit 2 consecutive paylines. Then this happens the Growth Gun improves any random symbol to the next symbol up from it on the paytable.
Cannon 2 (Sticky Shot) – This cannon is triggered once you hit 4 consecutive paylines. When this happens the cannon will shoot a random symbol that then becomes “sticky”, along with all other matching symbols and “Mine” Wild symbols. A free spin is then awarded, which will not re-set the meter if no payline is reached, but will increase the reading on the meter if one is.
Cannon 3 (Wild Warhead) – This cannon is triggered once you hit 5 consecutive paylines. When this happens the cannon will shot between 1 and 3 Wild symbols into the reels.
Cannon 4 (Multiply Mortar) – This cannon is triggered once you hit 6 consecutive paylines. When this happens you will be awarded one free spin. This spin is guaranteed to win and will multiply that win by a random amount, up to a maximum of 15.
Sea Hunter takes the vibrant world of the coral reef, synonymous with Disney’s Finding Nemo, and combines it with enormous underwater laser cannons. Just how those two ideas might marry up outside of a slots machine game is hard to fathom, but at the end of the day I guess it doesn’t really matter. The game, as with all recent Pay ‘n Go games, looks great. The symbols are bright and vivid and the laser cannons are impressively “lasery”. The bonuses are good fun, adding a degree of anticipation as each bonus builds upon the previous one. With a House Edge of 4%, Sea Hunter is sitting too near the top of the scale to be considered value for money.