This list of commonly used online slots terms will guide you while you enjoy our casino slots. You can also see our game button section above for additional assistance.
Bonus Game: This is an additional game that you trigger with a specific (see game rules) combination on the reels. This special game offers extra rewards that can include free-spins, cash prizes and accumulators.
Coin Level: This is where you specify the amount you want to bet per activated payline. So if you opt for a 50-line slot and activate all lines, your cost per spin will be 50x your coin amount.
Extra Wild: This refers to a second wild icon on the reels. With two wilds in action, you have even more chances to hit a winning combination.
Expanding Wild: If a wild is expanding, it means it will fill the whole reel – sometimes, this will give you extra benefits as well as the payout shown on the paytable.
Expanding Scatter: If a scatter is expanding, it means the symbol will fill the reel and give the stated rewards (see game rules).
Fixed jackpot: This type of jackpot has a specified maximum amount that can be won when a certain combination is hit.
Free Spin: A free spin of the reels.
Multiplier: This is an extra prize that multiplies your winnings – e.g. if you won $20 and you earn a multiplier of 3x, 10x, or 100x, you would win $60, $200, or $2000 respectively.
Paylines: The number of lines you can activate in each game varies. It is up to you how many you activate but remember – payouts are only made on activated lines.
Progressive Jackpot: An accumulative jackpot that’s linked to other machines. Every time a player makes a bet, the jackpot grows higher. You will have to sign up and make a deposit into your bankroll to be able to play this game.
Scatter: An icon that rewards you, no matter where it sits on the reels. It does not have to sit within an activated payline to trigger the bonus game or rewards attached to it (see game rules).
Wild: This symbol substitutes other symbols to help you to complete winning combinations.
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