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Free 1429 Uncharted Seas slot machine

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About 1429 Uncharted Seas

Prepare to tackle the uncharted seas with Thunderkick's 1429 Uncharted Seas slot machine, which lets you check out the vast blue ocean on a beautifully crafted map complete with hand drawn symbols.

1429 Uncharted Seas is a 5 reel video slot set upon a stylised ancient looking map of the high seas. The game's background is a desk that holds the map, which then has a bevy of symbols that look like they belong on an old explorer's map, including compasses, the sun, the moon, mermaids, lobsters, shrimp, squid, and sea monsters.

Feature wise, 1429 Uncharted Seas sports expanding sea monster wild symbols, scatter symbols, and a free spins mode. If you land three or more compass symbols on a single spin you'll be awarded between 10 and 50 free spins. During the free spins round you can trigger even more, up to a limit of 50. The game's features don't seem to pop up often, but when they do they can cause huge wins to erupt. The biggest of these features in my experience is the free spins, as I was able to rack up a couple wins that were in the several hundred-dollar range, particularly when they re-trigger.

I have long been a proponent of Thunderkick slots, as I feel their design and feature sets are among the best in the online gaming industry. 1429 Uncharted Seas is a great example of how innovative Thunderkick can be, as the graphics are unlike anything I've seen from a slot before. Couple this with an unheard of 98.6% RTP percentage and you're likely to get a lot more playtime out of this game than most others. And of course the high RTP should also appeal to those of you who may be clearing a bonus at your casino.

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19 September 2016 - 12:13am

I really strongly dislike this game. The maximum win I have got was 40x bet and it was from a big free spins feature. Payouts in general are really low and the game design isn't too great too.

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19 September 2016 - 12:35am

It is interesting that you say that the payouts are low because the RTP is supposed to be 98.6% which is currently the highest minimum RTP of any slot machine in our database. Of course its possible to make a machine with a high payout but low variance that doesn't give you much of a chance of winning.

5 of the top paying mermaid symbol pays 50x your total bet and the next 2 highest (turtle and kraken) only pay 10x so perhaps this is what Thunderkick have done here?

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19 September 2016 - 1:04am

Well I can't be sure but I have played this slot many times and never ever had a decent win. I woul get like a win of 2x-10x bet and on free spins max 20x bet win. For me this seems like one of the worst Thunderkick slots as it seems to have the worst payouts (from my experience).

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19 September 2016 - 4:48am

Yes I guess it just goes to show that a high RTP alone does not necessarily make a game good.

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