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RTP:
98.6%
Jackpot:
50
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Paylines:
25
Reels:
5
Min coins per line:
1
Max coins per line:
1
Min coins size:
0.1
Max coins size:
100
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1429 uncharted seas Reviews by Players

Mariano. Reviewed on 03.07.18
Back in the year 1429, a lonely ship sailed the high seas, the uncharted seas. Who the sailor was nobody knew, but I have an inkling of whom it was, but we’ll come back to that later on. As expected, or maybe not, the game is presented in minimal colour, almost like in black and white. Yeah, video in colour definitely isn’t invented yet in 1429, but somehow Gonzo got it. Ah well, that’s a totally different story. So like it or not, Uncharted Seas game plays in almost black and white, with only the introduction video coming on in full colour. Nothing much to get excited about, so 1 star down.

Chart wise, its paytable that is, the game has 25 paylines, the highest paying symbol, the Mermaid, pays 50 x bet for 5 of her, there are expanded wilds on reels 2, 3 and 4 that doesn’t double or triple any wins with them, nor pay anything for themselves either, and there are also non-paying scatter symbols that trigger 10, 20 or 50 free spins for 3, 4 or 5 of them. Very low win values overall. 2 stars down.

Any free spins game? Yes, of course. 10, 20 or 50 free spins are up for grabs, if you can catch them. Just free spins though, no payouts to be won. Those compasses have no value…no wonder that ship is forever lost at sea! Notice anything similar about this game with another game? Smart boy! Smart gal! Yes, this game is identical to Bork the Berzerker. And who else must have been on that ship if not Bork himself! I told you I knew who was on that ship! Haha. Other than the 50 maximum number of free spins up for grabs, there isn’t anything else much going for 1429 Uncharted Seas, so 2 stars down.

The only thing I like about this game are the free spins that come quite often, in fact, just marginally better off than Bork’s game. Payouts remain average to low most of the time, despite getting 2 or 3 expanded wilds on the reels, both in the main game as well as in the free spins game. What a big difference it would have made if those expanded wilds could pay double or even triple for wins, creating bigger payouts and much more interest in the game. Sadly enough, I tend to get bored quite easily playing 1429 Uncharted Seas, just as I would when playing Bork the Berzerker, for which I think Thunderkick game designers should seriously look into to avoid putting out more of such dull games in the future. 1 star down.
At the slot of 1429 Uncharted Seas not just the name is strange but the appearance is very unique and it’s the most unusual interface that I’ve played recently. There is no background image and the entire screen looks like if it was a page from a chronicle book or was a nautical map and the used symbols are all old scratches illustrating sea creatures and old fashioned drawings of sun, moon and stars which all have faces. It’s really a very interesting, unique and authentic interface and it creates the whole game a very specific atmosphere that we can see flickering candlelight in the corner and a moving shadow silhouette of a window. This whole image is so self-expressive and powerfully evocative that I can see as a captain after it’s getting dark holding a candle in his hand and examine his map while the ship is quietly bobbing. I’m not sure this illustration fits to a slot game but it’s very nice and classy and I definitely appreciate it.

We can’t see such unusual solutions at game segment and it wouldn’t need it if it would work greatly but telling the truth it doesn’t do that. It has just average quality at best and features, extras are also not that ones that the players would wait for breathless. 1250 times of line bet is the most we can win by the best line win and even though the Wild may appear on the reels in expanded format but it does that only on the 3 inner reels without the ability to multiply wins or pay any in itself.

Collecting 3 or more Scatters in base game means we get an entry to the Free Spin feature and the number of spins are depends how many triggering symbol popped up during the triggering spin. 3 such icons reward us 10 spins, 4 of them give 20 extra games while 5 identical symbols award 50 free spins. Unfortunately, this side game doesn’t bring any plus quality to the spins and basically the spins here are no different than the normal spins except we don’t have to place bets for them.

As you can see the game works by very minimal qualities and rules and that really influences in bad way the overall gaming experience. I always feel sorry about the slots that have very beautiful or unique interfaces but they got a poor working scheme or a bad rewarding paying system. Sometimes the ‘ What a shame, what a waste’ sentence just comes across my mind and with heavy heart I just look further and eventually end up playing with another slot. That’s the situation with this slot too where it doesn’t matter how much I appreciate its interface it still isn’t enough for me to play here frequently because of the hiatus of the real entertainment and the obvious lack of ability to be rewarding.
Wiley. Reviewed on 28.09.18
After playing the video slot 1429 Charted Seas I was pretty much left with mixed emotions. The game itself is clearing quite authentic when it comes to the chosen theme, layout and symbols. Not sure what the exact background story for this theme is, but I like how they depicted several sea creatures and moon, stars and sun symbols on the reels.

They almost look like ancient drawings while the reels are surrounded by land as it seems. So basically we’re spinning straight from the ocean. 1429 Charted Seas contains 5-reels, 3-rows and 25-paylines. The minimum bet is 10 cents and luckily that’s the bet size I used when I gave this game a try.

Although it looks great on the outside there are also some points of discussion which I would definitely want to raise. Just like many other slots the game has expanding wilds on reels 2, 3 and 4. Every time the boat symbol appears, then a creature comes storming out of it to turn the whole reel wild.

Unfortunately I only once had two appearing at the same time. The prizes in the base game are pretty terrible most of the time. I haven’t exceeded 10x bet in maybe an half hour of playing. Looking at the paytable, the max win is only 50x bet for a 5oak of the lady mermaid.

Basically you need them to line up perfectly on reels 1 and 5 in combinations with expanding wilds on reels 2, 3 and 4 to win anything near decent on this game. 1429 Charted Seas also offers up to 50 free spins. You need 3, 4 or 5 scatters (compasses) to receive 10, 20 or 50 free spins.

I received 10 free spins a couple of times and that alone of course doesn’t guarantee anything. I ended up winning 22x bet and 13x bet. Unfortunately there are no multipliers in place to help you ahead. I really feel that the paytable messes this game up terribly.

Thunderkick should have had designed a better paytable and it easily could have been a classic! I overall luckily only lost 5 euros on this game since I was low rolling. I don't think I will play it again.

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