Sky Warrior 1942
Sky Warrior 1942 Slot Game Details
It’s time to take to the skies and win big in this World War Two themed slot game developed by Red Tiger, Sky Warrior 1942. Set during what was an incredibly important time during the second world war, as the allies turned the tides, so too can you unlock ultimate firepower thanks to this game's features and pay-outs. This game has a total max win of up to 900x your bet.
Sky Warrior 1942– Symbols
There is a collection of symbols containing low pays, high pays and also upgraded high pays.
- Low pay is a 9A royal that has the look of a medal and is worth anywhere between 0.4 – 1.5x of the bet.
- High pays come as a collection of five different pilots, which when landed in their normal state, return 1.8 to 6x your bet.
- This rises to between 4 to 20x the overall stake if you land the pilots whilst the premiums are upgraded.
Features and How to Play Sky Warrior 1942
The game is straightforward, as it contains five different reels, with each reel holding four symbols, subsequently crisscrossed by 30 pay lines. You will win if you can match anywhere between three to five symbols onwards from the first reel.
To try and fly high in this game, you are going to need to take advantage of the features Sky Warrior 1942 offers, which include free spin bonuses and a wilds feature.
The wilds feature happens when a wild substitute is used in a win it then triggers the feature. This depends on the symbol that has been used to form the winning combination. If these are used to link in low paying symbols, then those symbols are replaced. If high pay symbols form the winning combination, then those symbol types are upgraded, leading to the chance for more of a pay-out.
You can activate the free spin feature whenever three free spin symbols land on reels one, three or five. This will get you then free spins. Each one of your free spins come with the guarantee of at least one wild symbol.
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