As a game, this one presents you with a layout of five reels and three rows, so there’s nothing exceptionally untoward or unfamiliar with it. Upon these reels, you’ll find the various different folklore and history stories in image form. So, there’s the green, fire-backed Wawel dragon that was mentioned before. There’s also the trumpeter of Krakow in all of his glory, as well as another icon of the aforementioned King Boleslaw sat upon his horse. There’s also the addition of the green-skinned Rusalkas, tree spirits who were thought to inhabit the forests and lakes of western Poland. Finally, there’s also a big red demon head complete with horns, and the last icon is of a pair of brown boots with a mouse in between them. These are accompanied on the reels by the usual symbols of A, J, K, Q and 10.
Joining these inclusions, players also have the opportunity to place wagers on a total of 30 different bet lines, although these can be customised to suit your own personal preferences. This can be done either by using the ‘Bet Lines’ button, or by clicking on a specific number from one of the sides of the reels. Further customisation is able to be done when it comes to the wager you place as well, and this starts by changing the coin value. A range of €0.01 and €0.50 is able to be chosen from here, and there’s also the opportunity to alter the bet level between one and four. Pushing these up to their maximum levels will allow you to place an overall high bet of €60 per round.