As far as the layout of the game goes, you won’t be introduced to anything unfamiliar, as it offers up a five reel and three row interface. Alongside this, you’ll be able to see various different icons, starting with the often seen A, J, K, Q and 10 icons, which have all been crafted out of wooden branches. Joining these are six different troll figures, perhaps from the same single family. So, you’ll be able to spin through the baby troll who is clutching on to a bone, the king of the trolls who is wearing an odd-shaped crown, and the matriarch of the family holding on to a basket of goods. There’s also the warrior troll who is ready to beat someone with his huge club, the troll that appears to look much more like a garden gnome, and finally, the vicious-looking troll with a ring through its nose.
Accompanying these icons, reels and rows, NetEnt have also provided players with a total of 20 different pay lines to wager on. These, however, can be adjusted if you prefer customising such sections, and this is done simply by clicking on the ‘Bet Lines’ button, or by choosing one of the numbers from either side of the reels. Further customisation is available when it comes to the amount of money you wager per spin, and this is altered in the first instance by choosing the value of a single coin. This offers up a range of between €0.01 and €1 per line, and furthermore, you can also change the bet level as well. Here, you can choose from a level of between one and four. Therefore, a maximum overall wager of €80 per spin is able to be placed.