Fans of Novomatic slots like Book Of Ra and Lucky Lady's Charm (which I hope
to add to Online Casinos Vegas in the future) will probably need no introduction to
the Lord Of The Ocean slot, one of my favourite games on land-based Gaminator machines.
It's essentially a clone of the 10-payline "Book Of Ra Deluxe" which is a medium-high volatility slot game
with a popular expanding scatter feature during the free spins. Like other Novomatic games,
the key to winning any decent money off Lord Of The Ocean hinges on getting the free spin feature (3 scatters anywhere
in view) and when you do there is a good change you will get at least one re-trigger.
Where Lord Of The Ocean differs slightly from Book Of Ra is the regularity of the symbols in the free spins.
For example, on Book Of Ra, if you get the "A" (ace) or "10" symbol as the expanding scatter, you don't tend
to get many spins with 3 or more n view and the payout tends to be poor more often than if you get the "K"
or "J" symbols. On Lord Of The Ocean, the "A" and "10" are actually good symbols to get in general and the
same principle applies to some of the picture symbols too.
Aside from that, the Lord Of The Ocean slot is pretty straightforward but if you play it for a few
bonus features, you'll probably start to see why it is one of the most popular slot machines in
European casinos. Novomatic slots are not found in US land-based casinos for some reason: I've no
idea why... maybe because IGT's Cleopatra slot, their immensely popular
Pharaoh's Fortune or more modern WMS slots like Montezuma,
Raging Rhino (another of my favorite slot games) or the excellent
Wizard Of Oz slots are dominating floor space.
Lord Of The Ocean Slot Rating
4.52 / 5
based on 63 player ratings
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