I started playing Konami’s Secret Mine a couple of month’s ago and it keeps drawing me back week after week. Secret Mine is one of Konami’s Extra Reward games with those funny honeycomb reels arrangements. Any touching symbols in a winning combination starting from the left pays.
You can play 25¢ to $1.25. The Extra Reward costs 15¢ and nudges any wild crystal symbol to expand and fill the entire reel. If you get two, three or four reels they fit together to give you a glimpse of the crystal mine.
This slot has a Viking crystal mine theme featuring bags full of gold, mine cars full of multi colored jewels, barrels of jewels and lanterns, and picks and shovels to help mine them.
Free games are triggered when three or more of the red-bearded, horned-helmeted Vikings appear any where on the reels.
I played my $20 down to $13.80 before I got three Vikings symbols and won 10 free spins.
During the free spins I got three reels of crystals once and two reels twice giving me a total bonus win of $27.30. I played a little longer and the free crystals seemed to be coming up more often than when I began. I won 10 more free spins and won $11.24.
I decided not to press my luck and cashed out with $47.80.
I really like these Extra Reward games. They make the it more interesting and can provide some great pays.
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