As noted, when you load up the game itself, you’ll be presented with an interface featuring a nice design display. To the right hand side of the screen, you’ll find nine different scratchable panels in a three by three layout. These have been designed in the shape of red shields with a fleur-de-lis incorporated onto them. To the left hand side of the interface, you’ll find a large blue star with a golden crown on its top point, and this provides the general overall layout. This is all displayed on a background of light blue colour with further white stars.
Furthermore, the scratch card interface will also present you with several buttons at the bottom of the screen to enable you to navigate your way through the game. There isn’t any ability to change around the wager that you place. Each card is able to be purchased for €2 only. There’s also the chance to adjust the tool that you use to scratch off the panels, and this is done by clicking on the button with the scimitar on it. This allows you to choose either the mace or the longsword as your preferred tool. As noted, when you scratch off the panels, your aim is to match three or more of the symbols from underneath them in order to win.