1429 Uncharted Seas Slot Review
1429 Uncharted Seas Game Details
|Jackpot:||50 x Stake|
|Auto Play Feature:||Yes|
In this 1429 Uncharted Seas slot review I’m going to be giving you an in-depth, impartial and comprehensive look at what the slot has to offer. I’ll begin by showing you how to actually play the game, and later on, we’ll be covering the bonuses and features and how to increase your chances of winning while playing the game.
The game features some stunning graphics, presented in an almost cartoon-like format, and it’s well-known within the iGaming industry for boasting one of the highest RTPs around; it comes in at a staggering 98.6%, meaning many online casinos actually ban it from being used with bonus funds!
How To Play
One of the best things about Thunderkick’s slots (in my opinion) is their clear, easy-to-navigate and easy-to-use user-interface. It’s incredibly simple – yet it contains everything you need to enjoy a smooth, hassle-free gaming experience.
So as soon as you choose a mobile slot app to play on, you’ll be able to get started straight away with virtually no learning curve.
To the bottom right-hand-corner of the screen you’ll see three buttons. The big one is the spin button – this is what you’ll be hitting once you’re ready to start playing. To the left of this is the autoplay button; this allows you to pre-set up to 100 spins to play out automatically, and is useful when you don’t want to manually press each and every spin.
To change your stake, you simply need to hit the casino chip button to the left-hand-side of the autoplay button. You’ll then be presented with all of the different stake sizes available, and once you’ve found the one you’re comfortable with, it’s simply a case of hitting the “Spin” button to get started!
You can always see how much you’re betting in the bottom row of the screen, which reduces the chances of you accidentally betting more than you meant to.
Looking to the far left-hand-side of the screen (again, in the bottom corner) you’ll see two more buttons. Firstly, you’ve got a speaker icon. This allows you to toggle the sound on or off; you can’t, unfortunately, adjust the volume manually, but you can choose to turn it on or off.
You’ll also see a 3X3 grid button. Clicking this brings up the game’s settings and menu – and it’s also where you’ll be able to access the paytable.
I strongly recommend you have a read of the pay table before playing – and this is something I advocate with all slots. Not only does it give you a breakdown of how much the symbols pay, but it also tells you how you go about triggering the bonus rounds – and it also displays information about the game’s RTP.
If you want to, you can also have a read of the game’s in-depth rules, although there’s no real need to, if I’m honest with you.
Symbols and Payouts
Surprisingly (even more so given the low variance nature of the game), 1429 Uncharted Seas doesn’t actually have that many symbols. There are 8 paying symbols, with the lowest-paying include three Sundial-looking icons. These don’t pay much, and they all pay a total of 3X your stake for matching a 5-of-a-kind combo.
The game’s mid-value symbols include a variety of strange-looking sea creatures, including an Octopus, a Lobster and a Deformed Fish – and these, again, don’t offer particularly impressive payouts, offering 6X your total stake for lining up a 5-of-a-kind combo.
The second-highest paying symbol is the Reptile, and this awards a payout of 10X your stake for lining up a 5-of-a-kind combo. The top paying symbol – the Mermaid – is what you’ll be wanting to keep an eye on, as forming a 5-of-a-kind combo of her pays 50X your total stake. Still, not great in the grand scheme of things, but enough that it can be pretty lucrative, especially if you can land multiple lines.
Like virtually all of Thunderkick’s slots, the game’s main win-potential lies within the bonus – and in 1429 Uncharted Seas you’ll find one main bonus round, and one mini in-game bonus. However, the mini bonus is actually quite a crucial element to the main bonus round itself – and below, I’m going to be taking a look at both of these features and what they entail.
One of the game’s other symbols that I didn’t mention in the section above is the Sailing Ship. This acts as the game’s wild symbol, and it substitutes for all other symbols, bar the main scatter symbols.
I should also point out that the wilds appear only on reels 2, 3 and 4. When one of the Sailing Ship wilds lands in view, it will automatically expand, filling the entire reel that it lands on.
You’ll also see a cool little animation playing out. If you’re lucky enough to land two or three of the wilds on one spin, you can actually form some pretty big wins here – and it’s what you’ll want to keep an eye out for while playing.
The Free Spins bonus is the main attraction in 1429 Uncharted Seas, and it’s triggered by landing three, four or five of the Compass scatter symbols anywhere in view. Landing three of the scatter symbols will award 10 free-spins, while landing 4 or 5 will award 20 or 50 free-spins respectively.
Unfortunately, there aren’t any special enhancements during the free-spins – meaning you won’t find any multipliers active. However, the Expanding Wilds feature continues to make an appearance, so you’ve essentially got a number of free rounds to try and hit big!
Again, like almost all of Thunderkick’s slots it’s also possible to re-trigger the free-spins feature.
This is achieved by landing another 3, 4, or 5 of the scatter symbols anywhere in view and doing so awards an additional 10, 20 or 50 free-spins. There’s no limit on how many times you can re-trigger the feature, so – potentially – there’s plenty of free-spins up for grabs here.
Jackpot and How To Win
As I always say, unless you’re playing a progressive jackpot slot (where the size of your stake actually can affect the game’s likelihood of awarding you wins) there are no “methods” to increase your chances of winning while playing 1429 Uncharted Seas. The biggest piece of advice I can give you – especially if you’re looking to hit a big win – is to make sure you’re giving the game a good number of spins.
For example, if you come over to the game looking to play 20, maybe 30 spins and then move on – well, then, you’re not really giving it a good enough chance to show it’s potential. So, if you really want to maximize your chances of hitting a big win (or even simply triggering the main bonus round), I’d recommend setting the slot off for 100 spins at least.
See how you get on – remember, it’s very low variance, so you should be able to play through a good number of spins without noticing your balance decreasing too much.
Thunderkick, in my opinion, has some of the best software out there on the market. They certainly give other industry leaders like NetEnt and Quickspin a run for their money, and I’ve very seldom run into any major problems while playing their games.
Errors are incredibly rare, and I find their slots to spin smoothly and without lag or delay. There’s also a nice little “slam stop” addition, which enables you to quickspin the slot manually by clicking the “Spin” button, if you want to speed up the gameplay.
1429 Uncharted Seas is also fully mobile-optimized, so you’ll be able to enjoy it from all of your mobile devices. If you choose to play from a mobile device, I highly recommend you tilt your device into landscape mode. This will give you the best possible user experience, and will ensure things don’t look a bit cramped.
When I first started playing slots, 1429 Uncharted Seas was actually one of my “go-to” games. It’s incredibly laid-back, and it’s super fun to play.
The high RTP means you should be able to get a great amount of game time, without seeing your balance going down too much – but, of course, I should point out that this works both ways too. You’re pretty unlikely to hit any massive wins on the slot, and I’d say if you hit anything over 100X your stake you’ve got very lucky.
However, the free-spins bonus can produce some surprisingly decent wins – and if you’re lucky enough to land two or three of the expanding wilds, you could quite possibly walk away with 50X+ your stake. I feel it’s the perfect slot for those new to online gambling, or those who want something a bit more chilled out than many of the high variance monsters we’re seeing released right now.
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Last Updated on August 13, 2020