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Players are going to have to dig deep if they want to figure out what the primary theme is behind the video slot game titled Chain Mail. One would have to wonder what in the heck the game developers were thinking when they designed this game. As it sits, it looks like the game has three separate themes (food, Medieval Knights and the post office) all rolled into one game. the Chain mail term might account for the way the three themes are connected throughout the game. The game's colorful graphics and video features border on bizarre.
Chain Mail is a 5-reel (non-progressive), 20 pay line video slot from Microgaming. The game's betting range extends from $.01 to $50.00 based on 1-5 coins with a coin value range of $.01 per pay line, up to a maximum of $.50, which puts this game in the low-risk category. With a maximum jackpot of 6,000 coins, the game's largest jackpot calculates out to $15,000.
The game's eccentric low-paying symbols are represented by pizza, fried chicken legs, an arrow kebab, crowned ice cream, CoCo knight candies, a princess, a knighted mailman, steed and a red mail bag. The "Chain Mail" game logo serves as the game's wild symbol, which substitutes for any of the low-paying symbols. If the wild symbol is used as a substitute on a winning spin, the winnings are doubled.
The castle "B" insignia is used as the game's bonus symbol, which appears on reels 1, 3 and 5 only. Should the player land all three, they are rewarded with a chance to play the castle bonus game. The game is played on a 3X7 matrix. The player's job is to keep picking princess spots for cash prizes. If an Uncle Mordread symbol appears, the bonus game ends.
The game's scatter symbol is represented by the green mailbag. If the player lands 3, 4 or 5 scatters, the earn a 2X, 20X or 100X multiplier, respectively. The multiplier is taken times the bet amount to determine winnings. It's worth noting the game offers no free spins.
Verdict: While the interactive bonus feature offers a bit of excitement, the lack of free spins is disappointing. As for as the game's visual components are concerned, the game comes across as confusing, which might be a negative for experienced players who generally like to know what they are dealing with at all times. Given the games low payout schedule, this might be a good game to avoid.Click and Get a Free Bonus to Play at Chain Mail