six-acrobats

Six Acrobats

Six Acrobats

Limber up for Microgaming’s energetic new slot! Not four, not five, but SIX Acrobats, all swinging and somersaulting across 5 reels and 9 paylines! To add to the excitement, there are some impressive features to catch as they backflip onto your reels, so keep your eyes peeled and enjoy the show!

About

What features may walk the tightrope to bring you some adrenaline-pumping wins? Well, you could bag yourself up to 25 free spins, as well as a cheeky 5x multiplier on all free spin wins! And if a Wild substitutes to get you a show-stopping win? A 25x multiplier will be added to the win. Result!

How To Play

You don’t have to be a trained gymnast to play this game – it’s very straightforward, so you can leave the acrobatics to the characters on your reels, whilst you concentrate on getting some eye-catching wins. Simply click the (-) and (+) buttons in the BET section on your game panel, and when you’re ready to launch yourself into the centre of the action, click SPIN. There’s also an AUTOPLAY button if you’d rather let the reels spin automatically while you sit back and watch the acrobats do their thing.

Free Spins

To trigger this wonderful feature, you need to land 3, 4 or 5 Scatter symbols on your reels, which will award you 15, 20 or 25 Free Spins respectively. If you’re lucky enough to get a win during this round, all wins will be multiplied by 5! Unbelievable. PLUS, if a Scatter symbol lands on your reels during the feature, you’ll get 1 extra free spin. Lucky you! Fingers crossed those scatter symbols trigger this beauty for you, because you could be in for some gravity-defying wins!

Wild

The Wild will substitute for all symbols except the scatter, and all wins completed by the Wild are multiplied by a WHOPPING 25! So look out for the Six Acrobats symbol, because it could add some serious sparkle to your game.

Return To Player

The theoretical return to player of this game is 95.43%, meaning that for every £100 wagered it will pay out £95.43.


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