|Min Bet Per Line||0.01|
|Bet Range||0.50 - 125.00|
|Game Features||Wild Symbol, Scatter, Free Spins|
Leonardo da Vinci was a polymath from Italy in the Renaissance era. He specialised in various areas, including invention, painting, architecture, science, mathematics, engineering, anatomy and so much more. He is not just a Ninja Turtle. This Rival Gaming slot aims to bring a little bit more attention to the great inventor. In Leonardo’s Loot, it looks as though he’s been quite the busy man, collecting artefacts and treasures from various locations and adding them to his collection. There’s a real sense of wonder to this slot.
It’s a game that features five reels and three rows altogether, which is a fairly basic setup for an online video slot. At the same time, you’ll find that the game incorporates 50 pay lines and you can place bets on these as you like, wagering on fewer if required. On top of that, you can change the overall value of your bet by choosing a specific coin value between 1p and 25p. Then, alter the number of these coins in operation between 1 and 10. This will give you the chance of placing a maximum bet of £125 per spin.
Rival Gaming has gone for a classic graphic style in Leonardo’s Loot, with the background of the game depicting the workshop of the man himself. Then, upon the reels you will find its first symbols to be of playing card additions. They run from 9 through to A and have a Renaissance look to them. Next in line is a symbol of a hammer and chisels which can multiply your overall wager by up to 200x. There’s also the addition of a lute and sheet music operating as symbols, while others include a bottle of wine with two glasses, a modernised version of the Mona Lisa, and a collection of gemstones.
You can’t have a game about Leonardo da Vinci without including the man himself. He appears here as an elderly man and serves as the game’s jackpot symbol, giving you the potential to win up to 2,000x your in-play stake.
However, there’s an extra perk to his appearance; if he shows up and tosses his coins into the air, then you have the chance to win a bonus jackpot as well. During free spins the bonus jackpot is doubled, providing you with even more of a boost to your balance.
Leonardo’s easel was the starting point for his many works of art, so here it acts as the wild, showing up anywhere and substituting for all others symbols and thus assisting you with forming winning combinations. The only symbols that this won’t assume are the game’s scatter and jackpot inclusions.
The wild does have a double multiplier attached to it though, so wherever it does form part of a win it will multiply the pay-out. In fact, you’re able to win up to 7,500x your bet from this one. Furthermore, during the game’s Renaissance Round, this symbol becomes an expanding wild, appearing on the first and second reels.
Cogs and Gears
Watch out for the arrival of the gears and cogs symbol as well, because it is this one that can activate the game’s free spins round. You need to spin at least three into view anywhere and the round will begin. You’ll get 10 free spins from the appearance of three, 15 free spins whenever four show up, and 30 free spins if five of them come into view. During the free spins round, you’ll also receive a triple multiplier on all of your wins.
Renaissance Round – There’s an extra addition that rolls on from the standard free spins round, which is the slot’s Renaissance Round. If you spin three or more of the gears and cogs scatter symbol during freespins you will activate this feature. You’ll get three free spins for three scatters, five free spins for four and 10 free spins for five showing up. However, the benefit of this feature round is that all wins are multiplied by 10x and, of course, the expanding wild on the first two reels comes into play.
Leonardo’s Loot is a game that you shouldn’t overlook. In fact, you should very much take a hold of it with both hands and enjoy everything that it has to offer. The slot incorporates various inbuilt features and lovely high-quality graphics alongside a soothing soundtrack. When it’s all said and done, is truly a work of art.