It wouldn’t be a NetEnt game without there being a purposeful layout, and the one provided in this game is five reels and three rows large. However, all the icons included on the reels are linked together by metal chains, and every time you spin the reels, there’s the sound of a mine cart sinking deeper in the depths of the earth. And speaking of the icons, these are all very theme-relevant, featuring rusting and dirty metallic objects. So, you’ll have a metal helmet with a lamp on the front, a cracked and dirty old bucket, a couple of pick axes, a kerosene lamp, and various metallic looking characters, including one in white, one in green and another in rusted orange. These have all been very meticulously designed, and the special symbols that are included also fit in very well with the rest of the game. More on these shortly.
As well as its reels and rows, Boom Brothers will also present you with a total of 20 different pay lines to place wagers on. Players do have the option of altering these, so if you are the kind of gamer who prefers to set a specific amount of pay lines, feel free. Otherwise, you have the chance to also change around your wager placed, which is done with the ‘Level’ and ‘Coin Value’ boxes. The first of these is alterable between one and five, while the second can be switched between its minimum value of €0.01 and rises up to €1 per line. Altogether, you’ll have the chance to place a maximum overall wager of €100 per spin.