Was first released (it’s old) nor when it was pulled from the market, but it appears to have been available as late as 2016.
Exactly why it disappeared is shrouded in mystery – it’s not a branded slot so expired licenses had nothing to do with it, something that is otherwise often the reason for pulled slots ( by Net Ent is one such example).
It could, of course, have performed worse than expected and players might have eventually abandoned it due to low payouts, but whatever the reason, it is now back again.
Is a 5-reel, 5-row online slot with 3125 ways to win, which means players are not limited to particular pay lines.
The minimum stake is set to €0.50, and the upper limit is kept quite low, allowing a max bet of only €10.
As is often the case with Microgaming we could find no information about the RTP anywhere in the slot.
We do, however, know from historical data that the RTP for the first release was 96.4%.
Set against a static deep blue sea backdrop with relaxing music playing along to the spinning effect of the reels, one can’t help but feel that the production of is quite outdated.
It’s also a bit hard to keep track of all the dolphin related slots out there, a theme that has been used and abused in absurdum.
All of that can be forgiven, however, as long as a slot can pay, which takes to the next part of our review…
There are in total 11 regular symbols included in the game, the Scatter, Wild and Bonus symbols excluded.
The low value symbols are represented by the usual 10, J, Q, K and A symbols, while the premiums come in the form of various sea creatures such as starfish, seahorse, stripe fish, jellyfish, tasty orange fish, and sea turtle – the latter being the most valuable, bringing in a total of 5 times the stake for 5 across a full payline.