Kane got his hands on his ancestor’s diary, the notorious pirate Long John Steal, who mentions the location of Tortuga, a hidden pirate colony home to old shipwrecks, unstable cannons, and bottomless chests of treasure!
Dead Man’s Gold is a 6 reel, 4 row golden slot. It comes with big symbols, stacked wilds, expanding game grid, a progressive multiplier, a bonus game and a super bonus game, and a max potential of 25 000x bet.
Three or more bonus symbols trigger the bonus game. The more bonus symbols, the more free drops. Treasure Targets, Multiplier Treasure Targets, and Bottomless chests are sticky during the bonus game.
Treasure Targets & Multiplier Treasure Targets
Treasure Targets shot by the Pirate’s Cannons reveal hidden wild symbols and blow up non-winning symbols around it. The Multiplier Treasure Target reveals hidden wild symbols, blows up non-winning symbols around itself, and increases the persistent global multiplier.
Fire the cannons!
Cannonballs drop in to activate the Pirate’s Cannons. Cannons fire when they can target a Treasure Target!
The Bottomless Chest is a blocking symbol that generates and fills empty spaces in the same column with high-value, wild, and cannonball symbols.
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A doubloon were a common form of currency in the 17th and 18th century, an era sometimes called the “Golden Age of Piracy.” The word comes from the Spanish doble, “double.” A doubloon was worth twice as much as a ducat, and this may be where its name came from, although another theory says it was named for its double portrait of the Spanish monarchs Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand.