Playing this game will present gamers with a regular five reel and three row interface, so there’s nothing untoward on display here. The icons which appear on this layout are very representative of the whole ‘Sparks’ idea, providing jolts of light-based imagery to tie everything together. So, there’s the orange spark, which is almost in the shape of a butterfly, a green spark with three arcs to it, a purple one which is like a double sphere, a blue one which offers up a single sphere spark, and finally, the red one which provides a hexagonal sort of shape. These are joined by the regularly included icons of A, J, K, Q and 10, and these have all been designed in the same colours as the sparks themselves.
Alongside its reels, rows and icons, Sparks also contains a total of 20 separate pay lines, although these are not able to be customised in any way. However, you do have the chance to change the amount of funds you wager per spin, meaning that you can monitor how much you’re betting per round. This is changeable first of all by using the ‘Coin Value’ button, which will change the value of a single coin between €0.01 and €2 per line. Then there’s the ability to adjust the bet level, which offers up a range of between one and 10, and therefore, the maximum overall wager that can be played in this game is €400, if you’re playing with the game’s win both ways feature enabled. Otherwise, it stands at €200 per round.