The Siren’s Kingdom slot game can be found at casinos offering Iron Dog software. Iron Dog are one of the smaller software providers currently on the market, but the appear to be a subsidiary of the far larger and better established 1x2Gaming. They do not offer a full casino platform, but primarily seem to be used as a bolt on package for extra slots games. Iron Dog do publish the Return to Player (RTP)/House Edge information for their slots games within the game paytable. As such we know that the house edge for Siren’s Kingdom is 3.82%.
Siren’s Kingdom consists of 5 reels, 3 symbols high with 30 possible paylines, playing from left to right.
Wild – The “Siren” symbol is Wild, substituting for all symbols other than free spins. If “Siren” symbols appear on the top line, they will expand to fill the entire reel. More than one Wild can appear on the reels at any one time.
Free Spin – The free spin symbol is the “Octopus”. 3 of the “Octopus” symbols will award the player with 14 free spins. 4 will award you with 25 free spins and 5 “Octopus” symbols will award you with 36 free spins.
Free Spins – During the free spins a new wild symbol replaces the old one, sticking and on the second spin and expanding in 2 different directions before disappearing. The new symbol is another Siren, except, this time she has purple hair. The new wild symbols are only available during free spins and will replace all symbols.
Siren’s Kingdom is a straight forward slots game. There might not be any fruit or bells on the reels but what you have here is not that far removed from one of its more traditional counterparts. There are free spins to be won but it would appear that they cannot be re-triggered, which is a little disappointing. Other than that, there really aren’t any bonus feature for me to discuss, making “Siren’s Kingdom” a repetitive and uninspiring slots game to play. The house edge is however, relatively good, sitting at just below what we see on average, meaning that Siren’s Kingdom might not offer much entertainment but it does offer some value for money. One thing to be aware of with this game is that there is a win limit of 4000 coins per game round. Whilst it’s unlikely many will reach it, this could still cause some disappointment for anyone who does particularly well.