If so, you’ll be thrilled with playing this game. If not, it may just broaden your outlook on the theory a little more. The game itself, being based on space and the entire universe, presents players with an intriguing layout and even more intriguing game play. This is all done on a five reel and three row interface, which is quite a common layout for gamers to spin the reels of. It is on these reels that you will find various different symbols relating to the universe and everything in it. So, you have the imagery of a multitude of different planets and stars, from the purple-hued orb being orbited by a moon, through to the yellow Venus-like planet and its two moons. There’s also a fiery red star akin to our own sun, a blue-backed moon with multiple craters in it, and a green-coloured, almost Earth-like world to make up the final icon. These are also accompanied by space age looking A, J, K, Q and 10 icons.
Furthermore, NetEnt have also included a total of 25 different pay lines into the game as well, which are all fixed in place. Therefore, these cannot be customised in any way, meaning you’ll always be placing your wagers on 25 lines. You can, however, alter your stake around in order to change your wager placed per spin. This is done by changing the ‘Level’ from between one and four, and the ‘Coin Value’, which is able to be set at anything between €0.01 and €0.50 per line. With this in mind, you’ll be able to place a maximum overall wager of €50 per round, which is a total that can be reached with the ‘Max Bet’ button.