Get ready for an adventure on the high seas and some treasure with Quickspin’s new pokie, Treasure Island. This slot has five reels, 40 paylines and four rows of exciting spins. Using the theme from the famous book of the same name, this pokie is all about pirates. Bets and paylines can be set by players, so be sure to stick to your budget.
As usual with Quickspin games, Treasure Island has auto spin, spin and bet size buttons on the right of the screen. There are also help buttons and settings to the left. Players can bet between 0.5 coins and 100 coins per spin. Also, the total jackpot of the game is 500 coins, while the return-to-player average is 97%.
To find the loot, players will need to spin and match symbols. For the most part, these are standard cards and characters. Then there are the bonus and wilds, which can match to make huge wins. Treasure Island has two Wilds, the explosive Wild Barrels and the Treasure Chest. These can replace all symbols except for the bonus Compass scatter.
Pirate Attack is triggered by two or more Wild Barrel symbols. A cannon will shoot two or three cannonballs, which land on the reels as wilds. When the cannonball hits a barrel, the Wild will explode and scatter more across the Reels.
Landing three Compass bonus symbols will activate the bonus game, where players will choose between three scatter symbols. Picking any option will trigger an instant win of either Free Spins or the Treasure Hunt bonus game.
Once active players will have to choose additional features in Island Hop bonus. Click on the island to receive a reward which could be:
In this mode, players will receive five marks and two shovels to dig for treasure. Each pick awards an instant win, and finding a Treasure spot triggers three chests to choose from for extra prizes. If both shovels were used, the Treasure Hunt ends.
Overall, Treasure Island is packed with extra features and exciting rewards. Gamblers really do find the loot and have a great time. As always, Quickspin’s graphics, sounds and animation are top-notch. Still, the jackpot is quite small, and the style is a bit dated. For these reasons, we’ve given Treasure Island a rating of four stars out of five.