Can You Pull the Sword from the Stone?
While not very often considered to be the same sword as that from the Sword in the Stone tale, what is the same as many other slot games is this product’s layout. It features five reels and three rows, and on this interface, you’ll find a selection of icons relating to the base theme. There’s the standard A, J, K, Q and 10 icons, all of which have been emblazoned on their own shield, while the other icons are various different characters from Arthurian legend. So, you’ll find King Arthur himself on there. The wizard, Merlin, is another addition, as is an icon of Lancelot and Guinevere. The remaining three are made up of the lady in the water, the sorceress with her raven, and a knight upon horseback. Other icons include a goblet filled with wine and the sword itself trapped in a rock.
The developer has also included a selection of 20 different pay lines into the game, although these can be customised to suit your own personal preferences by utilising the ‘Bet Lines’ button. You can also click on the numbers down the sides of the reels for a more direct choice. Further customisation is possible for the amount of the bet you place per round. You can alter the value of each coin between €0.01 and €1 per active line, while you can also change the bet level between one and four. Should you decide to maximise these buttons, you will be able to place a maximum overall wager of €80 per spin. You can increase the bet to this level by using the ‘Max Bet’ button, which will automatically adjust it to that amount for you.