As a game, you’ll find that this one has a total of five reels and three rows, so it’s a pretty standard offering in that instance. However, it’s upon these reels that you’ll get to meet the crew of the pirate ship and all the other icons. These start off with the standard A, J, K, Q and 10 symbols, which have all been given a slightly pirate theme, such as the crocodile jaws on the ‘K’ and the crossbones behind the ‘A’. Joining these, you have several different crew members incorporated, so you’ll see the chunky boy with a patch over his eye and a tooth missing. There’s also the buck-toothed boy with a towel wrapped around his head and a rubber duck sitting on top. They are both joined by the ginger-haired child with glasses and braces on, while the very unhappy looking female with beads around her neck makes up another. Finally, the remaining icon is represented by the boy with the dreadlocked hair and a bandanna on his head. Collectively, these make up Hook’s hero crew.
Alongside the reels, rows and standard icons, players will also notice that NetEnt have included a total of 20 different pay lines on the game. These are not able to be customised in any way as the developer has fixed them in place. However, you do have the option of being able to alter the amount of the wager that you place per round. This is changed in the first instance by switching up or down the coin value, which has a range of between €0.01 and €1 per line. Then, the second option is provided to you as far as the bet level goes, and this is able to be switched between one and 10. Therefore, if you’re maximising all of these, you’ll have the chance to place a maximum overall bet of €200 per spin.