The world seems to think that Leonardo Da Vinci had a lot of secrets. Sure, the guy was a brilliant artist, inventor, and scientist, but apparently, some people think he had even more things that he knew or riches that he stashed. The topic of Da Vinci's secrets have become the source of novels, movies, and now an online slot machine. Red Tiger Gaming's Da Vinci's Mystery slot gives you a chance to crack the secrets and take home some cheddar in the process.
Da Vinci's Mystery is a 5 reel, 9 payline video slot set in a library of an estate, where dust and stars reign supreme. The game's icons include low-paying icons 10, J, Q, K, and A as well as high-paying icons like a Rhombicuboctahedron (yes that is a real thing), aerial screw, Codex Atlanticus, and Mona Lisa. The icons are all pretty simplistic, but I give Red Tiger credit for actually being scientifically correct for his inventions and art.
Features in the slot include scatters, free spins, wilds, and a max win of 5000x your wagered amount. Possibly the most unusual thing about this game though is the "Super Lines" feature which basically means that the game pays winning paylines with 3 or more symbols, but the symbols do not have to be adjacent like in almost all other slot machines. Aside from that this game is very simple in terms of the features, and this is where it becomes a bit of a letdown.
Da Vinci's Mystery can be played on desktop and mobile devices alike, and the game performs equally well on both. The game is simple visually, so you don't have too much that's going to bog down your system.
In terms of gameplay, Da Vinci's Mystery is "meh". It's certainly okay, but I don't see this as being anything fantastic. I triggered one free spin and found that the cascading reels and building multipliers to be nice touches, but overall, the game doesn't hit this round often enough. Your mileage may vary, but in the end this is yet another forgettable video slot from a developer that specialises in middling experiences.