Great Blue Slot Game
Dive down into the depths of Great Blue and you'll quickly find that you can take your bankroll to new heights. That's right, with a splash and a spin, you'll be able to turn symbols of sea creatures into a staggering £500,000.
Naturally, if you want to avoid sinking as you spin, you'll need to learn how to swim - and that's where we come in. Using our quick guide to Great Blue, you'll be able to glide through the water like a pro and return to shore with some serious prizes.
Great Blue Game Info
- Win up to £500,000
- Earn up to 33 free spins
- Play from as little as £0.01
- Software Provider: Playtech
How to Play Great Blue
The waters of our Great Blue slot game are deep, but how deep you want to go is up to you. For those that just want to skim across the surface, you can adjust the number of paylines between 1 and 25 before setting the minimum line bet of £0.01. Since your total bet is always determined by the combination of your paylines and bet size, this means you can spin Great Blue from £0.01 to £0.25 at the lowest level.
If, however, you want to dive a little deeper and win the top jackpot, you can set the winlines to their max and crank up the bet size to £50. At this point, you'll be spinning for £1,250 a round, but this will mean you'll have the chance to win £500,000 if you roll in five wilds (the orca). How is that possible? Simple, Great Blue slots prizes work on a line bet multiplier basis.
So, if you can roll in three card symbols, you'll bank wins starting at 4x your line bet. From this, sea creatures give you a chance to bank more significant prizes, all the way up to the main jackpot worth 10,000x your line bet (i.e. £50 x 10,000). Beyond this super-sized jackpot, Great Blue has some hidden depths in the form of free spins.
Roll in three or more scatters (clams) and you'll unlock between eight and 33 free spins with multipliers ranging between 2x and 15x. Overall, if you're willing to swim for a win, Great Blue is a slot game that won't leave you gasping for air.
Suggested Games: If you don't like getting your feet wet, why not stand on the sand and enjoy the Beach Life instead?