The game provides you with a familiar layout in its five reels and three rows, which should be a nice welcoming sight to regular players. On these reels, you’ll find a variety of different icons, all of which have been designed meticulously as well as being very theme-relevant. So, in the first instance, you’ve got a cannon ready to fire off a cannonball to drown enemy pirate ships. There’s also a heavy anchor to moor the boat with, and a treasure map complete with compass. Every crew member needs a drink at some time, so there’s big bottles of grog acting as an icon, as well as a symbol of crossed pistols. An amulet with a skull on it makes up another one. Finally, there are four character icons, the first of these is the captain, Peggy Rotten, dressed in her purple attire. One-Eyed Ed is the second, clutching a knife between his teeth. The final two are Mad Monkey and Polly the parrot.
The game play of this product is actually quite thoroughly customisable, providing players initially with 243 ways to win to accompany the reels and rows. However, for those of you who are not interested in playing so many ways, you can reduce this to one of four other options, those being 81 bet ways, 27 bet ways, nine or three. Lowering this will also lower your wager placed as well, although the stake you place per spin is also fully customisable. This begins with the coin value, which can be changed from its minimum of €0.01, and this will then increase up to a maximum of €0.50. Meanwhile, the bet level is changeable between one and five, so you are able to place a maximum overall wager across the 243 ways to win of €62.50 per spin. A ‘Max Bet’ button has been integrated in order for you to reach this level faster.