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Diamond Mine Slot

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Diamond Mine

Blueprint Gaming’s Wild West prospecting game, the Diamond Mine slot has gold in its sights – with cascading symbols and unlimited win multipliers for those hardy folks who can take on the harsh climate, the rough company and the banjo music!

The Basics

Diamond Mine Megaways slot is not your usual paylines game. Here the good ol’ outdoor action is powered by the very popular Megaways mechanism licensed from Big Time Gaming.

The Graphics

Diamond Mine Megaways slot transports its players into a cartoon world of a desert scrub where a mountain rises up behind the reels and where prickly cactus sit either side of the potential gold rush on the reels. We wouldn’t say the graphics are up there with the likes of NetEnt’s Gonzo’s Quest slot, but they are pretty darn good.

The background to play is the merry clanking of pick axes breaking rock to try to reveal the gold hidden in these here hills! And watch out for the braying of mules and some up tempo banjo play- this game comes with all the sound effects that took me straight into the camp- I’m a primate who’s not averse to making a mint, even in these inhospitable conditions!

Diamond Mine Megaways Game Play

Diamond Mine comes with a 6 reel slot set up where there is a seventh row that comes into play – depending on the size of the icons that land.  With the Megaways mechanic there are up to 117,649 Ways to Win.

This is a game from Blueprint – you know those slots wizards who are behind the Fishin’ Frenzy slot and Ted among others.

It’s a motley group of mining paraphernalia that make up the high value icons of play, with a mighty diamond offering the biggest reward for players. If you’re lucky and land  6 diamond symbols on adjacent reels, you get a x50 your wager reward.

The other high value symbols to watch out for are a gnarly white-haired miner who looks like he’s seen some action , a hurricane lantern, and crossed pickaxes.

The Wild is a bundle of lit dynamite which substitutes for all icons except the Scatter which is just what you want to find, a sack of gold no less! But beware, that explosive Wild only lands on the special top row of the frame and is part of the crazy cascading symbols feature.

The Ace through to 9 of the card deck make up the lower value symbols of play.

The Bonuses

Cascade Crazy

Diamond Mine Megaways comes with one of my favourite features, cascading symbols. Just land a winning combo on the reels and once you’ve made that win all the icons will cascade down to make a new combo which could make you further wins- this potentially lucrative feature can keep going until it stops producing wins for you.

And better still this money spinning feature is also active in the free spins. I say! I haven’t had this much excitement since I played the Jack Hammer slot which is another good ‘un.

For those of you who love a surprise (it’s hard to surprise a smart simian like me) then keep a watch for the Mystery Symbol – a worrying barrel of explosive TNT! Surprisingly this icon isn’t going to have you running for cover, when it lands it transforms into another icon to try to make you winning combos.

Free Spins
It’s the free spins element of Diamond Mine which is where you can make your prospecting fortune. Land four Scatters across the reels and earn a healthy 12 free spins. For each further Scatter you land, you gain five free spins. Within the feature itself Scatters only land on that special top row, but if Luck’s on your side and you land 3 or 4 Scatters there’s five or ten additional spins just for little ole’ you!

This is also where the cascading feature becomes more lucrative for each of the cascade wins you manage, a x1 multiplier is added to each further win. Surely that’s worth opening the bubbly for?

The Monkey Verdict

The Diamond Mine Megaways slot doesn’t need you to get your hands  too dirty to unearth your fortune. Diamond Mine isn’t the most complex of slots, but with the cascading symbols, the Mystery Symbol and the progressive multiplier potential it’s worth a spin.

4.5 out of 5 bananas