Chests Of Plenty Slot Review
Last updated on 25th February 2013
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Chests Of Plenty is not a James Bond character but a 5-reel fixed 20-line slot with a Pirate theme. We grabbed our rum, hoisted the Jolly Roger and waited for the wind in the sails so that we could make way to Sky Vegas. Would we end up with pieces of eight or sunk in Davy Jones locker.
You can play 1 to 20 lines on Chests of Plenty an each line can cost from just 1p through to a maximum of £10. Max out your spins and that's 20p to a staggering £200 per game. Just make sure you've set your coins before hitting the spin button. There's an auto-spin option if you prefer to use that.
As mentioned it's a pirate themed slot so you're treated to sounds of the sea whilst you play. Each spin is accompanied by a sea shanty that makes you wonder if Captain Pugwash is about to show up at any moment. The icons are the usual Aces and Kings plus treasure maps, treasure chests, wild wenches and pirate kings.
Nine Diamond Progressive
Get the treasure chest bonus and you'll be able to open up three chests that will reveal diamonds, emeralds and rubies. Get three of a kind to bank a cash prize. If you get nine diamonds across all three chests then you'll win the progressive jackpot (currently over £300,000).
If maps appear in your win lines then you'll qualify for the treasure map bonus. The more you get (3, 4 or 5) then the bigger the cash prize hopefully coming your way. You spin the wheel to move around the map and accumulate bonus money. Avoid the skull and crossbones to continue in the bonus round.
We played Chests of Plenty and have to admit to enjoying the game, although leaving the casino a few pounds up probably helped. Like most slots it's easy to play and the bonus rounds are sufficiently interactive so as to not appear pointless. The chance of picking up the progressive jackpot adds to the excitement when you get the chest bonus. The map round is a little confusing, but the rewards on the bigger maps are pretty good (we picked up £80 on one round).
A good fun game with plenty of treasure on offer.