Shamans Dream Slot Review
Costa Bingo - No Wagering
The Shamen were a fantastic band from the 80s who sang classic tunes such as Ebenezer Goode (Ezer Goode!) and Move Any Mountain. Unfortunately they have nothing to do with our featured slot - Shaman's Dream. Which is a pity as a psychedelic 80s retro slot called Shamen's Dream would be pretty cool.
Shaman's Dream from Eyecon games takes us back further than the 80s... to the time of the Wild West and Cowboys & Indians. There's even a white wolf that wouldn't look out of place in Game of Thrones in for good measure too.
This is a 25 line, 5 reel slot with excellent graphics. Sounds wise it's pretty basic - a few clicks for the reels, old school win line warbling and sound howling wolves when you pop up a Wild. Wagering can be set from 1p to 50p per line - meaning you can play from as little as 1p a spin up to a maximum of £12.50.
There are two versions of Shaman's Dream - one with a progressive jackpot and one without. The progressive, which is on Dragonfish Network sites, has 3 jackpots - presumably dependent on how much per line you spend. One issue we have with the game is navigation via the tabs - it's pretty poor and we still can't figure where pages 2 and 3 of the pay table are!
Shaman's Dream isn't a bad slot - but it only really comes alive in the bonus round. Get Dreamcatchers and you automatically get 15 free spins that can pick up bigger cash prizes. The Indian drums and rising win amount are very welcome indeed. We're not sure whether it's our dream slot but it's no nightmare either. Well worth a look.