As mentioned, the game is located in a casino by the looks of the screen, but the cabinet provides a regular classic slot layout. Its got three reels, but there’s only a single row included in it, and this is the only place you’ll be able to see the included icons. There are a few different ones of these, starting with the symbol which reads ‘GOLD’ across it. These are accompanied by the traditional cherries symbol and the 7 icon. There’s also an icon of the number 5, and there’s an ANY BAR as well, and this is rounded out by the mine cart filled with gold. Obviously, as mentioned, this is a classic slot game, so the graphics included within aren’t anything overly special. However, they do provide a good enough look in to the theme of the product and its traditional status.
Because of the fact that there is only a single row involved in the game, NetEnt have only been able to include a single pay line as well, which obviously runs across the row. This is not able to be customised, unsurprisingly, but all players can instead switch around the amount of the bet they place per spin. However, this is only done by changing the amount of the coins you wager per round, rather than being able to change the coin value. This is because the value of a single coin is fixed at €0.20. The amount of these played per round can be switched between one and three, meaning that you can place a maximum overall wager of €0.60 per round. There is also a ‘Bet Max’ button included in the game to allow you to reach this amount instantly.