Because there are 12 different star signs, Netent has decided to incorporate them into the game a little more than just having it based on such. Instead, as soon as you load up the game, you’ll be presented with a primarily blue interface. Six star signs will be displayed down each side of the scratch card, and you basically get to select one of these to play with – the reason for this we’ll get to a little bit later. The chosen star sign will then be displayed at the top of the ticket and it’s from this point onwards that you have the opportunity to purchase a card in order to play a round.
There aren’t many customisation features of this particular scratch offering, with the only possibility resting in the area of turning sounds on or off. There is a button with a question mark scribed into it, but this simply provides game help, rather than have any effect on the actual product.