Free Captain Nemo Slot from Amaya
Captain Nemo first appeared in the 1870 classic novel ’20,000 Leagues Under the Sea’ written by Jules Verne. Nemo, a scientific genius, roams the depths of the ocean in his submarine ‘The Nautilus’ driven by a thirst for vengeance against the Imperialistic British Empire.
This Amaya designed video slot features symbols which depict the adventures of the Captain, including ‘The Nautilus’, sunken ships, a treasure map, sonar equipment, a diver’s helmet and a not too friendly looking octopus.
The highlight of this slot is certainly the second screen bonus round, where you might have the opportunity to progress to the separate big money Jackpot round.
How to Win on Captain Nemo
The most valuable symbol on the reels is the sunken ships symbol, which is worth a very impressive 4,000 coins when hitting the maximum 5 in a row, while even landing just 4 in a row will still see you pocket 1,000 coins. This symbol will actually pay out when you land just one, on this slot that pays from left to right. The sunken ships also act as the wild of the game, substituting for every other symbol on the reels apart from the scatter, ensuring many additional wins.
The Nautilus is the next highest paying, worth 2,500 coins for a full house of 5, while an Island scene pays 1,000. The rest of the symbols are made up by a treasure map, sonar equipment, a diver’s helmet, a pocket watch, a lighthouse complete with seagull, the octopus and a pearl. Perhaps surprisingly, Captain Nemo himself is the smallest paying symbol on the reels, worth just 100 coins for five in a row.
The scatter symbol shows the title logo of the slot and gives an immediate payout when appearing on the reels two or more times, paying out double your total stake for landing the minimum 2, with a top payout of 100x your total stake for the maximum 5 appearances. However, more importantly perhaps, you’ll also enter the bonus feature.
Captain Nemo Bonus Feature
This feature sees you taken to a second screen where you’re presented the sonar display. 100 dots will appear on the green screen and you’ll choose these one by one. Each will reveal either a cash amount, a multiplier, a jackpot token or a strike. Hit three strikes and the round is over, but land three jackpot tokens before this and you’ll enter the jackpot round.
The jackpot round sees you taken to another screen with 3 concentric rings. You’ll have one spin and land on a cash prize and the feature is over. However, if you hit an arrow you’ll proceed onto the next ring and two consecutive arrows will see the middle ring spinning, with the opportunity of a jackpot win.
Design and Setup
You can’t help but be impressed by the design of Captain Nemo. The game is set against the backdrop of the ocean floor, with a deep sea diver, who is probably Captain Nemo himself, to the left of the reels, while the octopus is found to the right. Each of the symbols on the reels is well designed and it’s nice to see a slot not filled with a number of playing card symbols. The spinning of the reels is impressive too, really adding to the feel that you are underwater, with the accompanying bubbling sound perfect. You’ll be further impressed by the bonus round, the sonar graphics particularly eye catching, especially when you see the way the dots eventually fall into formation.
Captain Nemo is a five reel slot with 20 pay lines. It’s not entirely clear at first, but you can change this number to anything between 1 and 20 by clicking on the small wooden bars next to the number. You’ll change the coin amount in exactly the same way, the total bet size ranging from 25c through to $20. The game has a particularly good auto play option. Firstly you can set the auto play manually by simply clicking the small wooden bars again, but clicking the ‘advanced’ option will allow you to set rules, such as the auto play stopping after cumulative wins or losses, or after a certain sized win.
There are a number of slots that are ‘made’ by the bonus round and Captain Nemo certainly fits into this category. The feature here is one of the best you’ll find online, visually fantastic while also interesting and engaging – if you manage to hit the jackpot round it gets even better. The base game is good too, highlighted by the standout wild symbol which will really aid you in boosting that bankroll.