- The latest frenzy slot with a familiar design
- Collect bags of coins in the free spins bonus
- Upgrade coin symbols with pirates
Reel Kingdom have popular famous for some of their classic slots like Fishin’ Frenzy, where players land certain symbols along with collection symbols like fish or gold, collecting their values for what can be some pretty impressive amounts. There are already plenty of slots like that though, so let’s take a look at how this one differs and whether it’s worth your time.
One area where it certainly isn’t different is the design. They’ve used the same design as the Pirate’s Frenzy game and players would be forgiven for thinking it’s the same game. It’s not a bad looking slot, but far from original. There are 5 reels here giving you 10 pay lines. All you need is a winning combination from left to right using the base symbols. These are as follows, ranked in ascending order based on their value:
- 10, Jack, Queen, King or Ace
- Bags of Gold
- Bottle or Orange
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Buckaneer’s Frenzy Slot Bonuses and Features
Free Spins Bonus. To trigger this you’ll need 3 or more scatter symbols anywhere on the reels at the same time. Just 2 will give you 10 free spins, whereas 4 will give you 15 and 5 will give you 20. Here, you can land pirate symbols, worth the most, and when you land them with coin symbols they’ll be collected. These coins have set values on them, shown as they land. Each pirate symbol will collect all the bags on the screen, and if there are multiple pirates, they will each collect the bags each so your reward is multiplied by the number of pirates. The pirate is also wild, substituting for all other base symbols in the game. Lastly, they will also upgrade the cash values in view to the next value, also giving you extra free spins.
Buckaneers’ Frenzy slot from Reel Kingdom is the latest in the collection series, following the footsteps of popular games like Fishin’ Frenzy and Pirate’s Frenzy. In fact, they’ve used the same design as Pirate’s Frenzy and while I don’t have a problem with the design, I think they could have come up with a unique theme here as the game is very similar. There is a key difference though, and that’s the upgrading of coin values. It’s a nice touch and sets it apart from others like it, though I don’t think it’s enough to really help it stand out and I think many will continue to play the classics that they already know and love. All in all, it’s a nice touch but I think they could do more here to add a truly exciting and original addition to what is a great mechanic.