What Should You Know about Slot Paylines? – Part Two

So, friends, as promised you, we have brought more information on slots paylines in this part two of the article about paylines. This will give you a clearer idea about your favorite game – slot! So, here we go!

How to Choose Credits/Coins?

If by default, the number of coins is set to 1, you need not make any selection, whereas in other cases, you have to use the COINS button which is placed below the reels in case of any site in the daftar slot online Indonesia (list of Indonesian online slots) or any other slot sites. When you click the button once, the number of coins increases by 1. If you click the button when there is maximum number of coins, your selection is set to 1 coin.

The default coin size is displayed by the coin size button. Coin size can be increased to the next higher one by clicking the right arrow, while it can be reduced to the previous lower one by clicking the left arrow. There may be variation in the nomenclature from slot game to slot game.

Scatter Symbols

You can see a symbol designated as a scatter symbol. It has some special properties but it need not show in defined paylines to be effective. The particular number of scatter symbols can be seen anywhere on the reels.

These symbols typically provide scatter payouts, which are described in the payout table. Payout is applicable on the full bet.

You can also use scatter symbols to trigger bonus rounds.

Wild Symbols

These are the most important symbols on slots. They are called substitute symbols since they can replace most other symbols so as to create a winning combination. If a specific symbol is seen in an active payline on reels 1, 3, 4 and 5, and reel 2 shows a wild symbol, substitution occurs and you are credited with the payout for five of a type for that symbol.

In modern video slots, wild symbol may work as a multiplier or jackpot symbol.

Expanding Wilds

These are wild symbols that are special because when they arise on the reel, they grow to cover the full reel substituting other symbols. The expansion is accompanied by a suitable animation such as a face closeup taking the form of a full-length figurine. Afterwards all spots on the reel become independent wild symbols.

Stacked Wilds

These don’t expand but occur as individual symbols each on top of another in the same reel. Double stacks feature two wild symbols in a stack. In some slots, there are stacks of wild symbols that cover the full reel. Each of these acts as an individual wild symbol.

We hope that this information will give you a clearer picture of how slots and its various aspects work and you can make use of it to improve your game. We’ll soon publish the 3rd and last part of this slots paylines information series. So, keep reading!