The interface of this game is presented as a five reel layout, although its rows are staggered in order to create a sort of flag shape. This is done in a 3x3x4x4x5 way, and the reels are outlined by a dazzling gold border. Upon these reels are various different gemstones to spin through, so you’ll find a ruby coloured octagon, a circular green gem, a triangular blue offering, and a stretched purple octagon. These are joined by two traditional slot game symbols in the bell and the number 7, while the symbol of a diamond offers up a bit more of a special treat to the game. A little bit more on that icon later on.
As far as the interface goes, yes, it’s unique. However, NetEnt have decided to take it a little bit further and have included a total of 76 separate pay lines as well. These cannot be customised as they’re fixed in position, although why anyone would want to alter them around is not a question we have the answer to. Joining these pay lines is the wager you’re able to place, and this is changed around by switching the ‘Coin Value’ and ‘Level’ up and down. The first of these is able to be changed between its minimum of €0.01 and its maximum of €1, while the second can be altered between one and 10. If you put all of these buttons up to their maximum level, you’ll be able to place a maximum overall wager of €200 per spin, and this level can be reached by using the ‘Max Bet’ button. There’s also the inclusion of an ‘Auto Play’ button, which will allow you to spin the reels up to 1,000 consecutive times at the same wager level.