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Surf’s up, dude! Or at least, that’s the general idea behind this Surf Paradise slot game from Rival. You’ll definitely want to grab your surfboard and try to catch a wave after spinning this one’s reels a few times over. It was released back in 2009, so the graphics aren’t the greatest, but it still provides an entertaining slot with some intriguing enough sounds coming through your speakers as you spin the reels.
Surf Paradise is a three-reel, three-row slot, so it has a more classic feel to it. A single pay line runs along the middle row, and you can adjust the bet on this line by choosing a coin value between 1p and £25. Then choose one or two coins to be in play per spin for a maximum bet possibility of £50 per spin.
As noted, the graphics are dated, but you’ll still be able to see what each symbol is representing as well as the background depicting a crashing wave and palm trees stretching out onto the coast. Symbols on the reels of the game are present in various forms, including a surfboard, single, double, and treble BARs, a green island with lush vegetation and the waves crashing. The latter of these symbols is able to provide you with a maximum pay-out of 2,000x your wager.
Surf Paradise is very much a typical 3-reel slot, in the sense that it doesn’t incorporate any kind of special features, so to speak.
The surfboard symbol is the one that acts as a scatter during gameplay though, meaning that as long as it appears on the pay line along the middle row, it will provide you with a pay-out. This can come from the appearance of one, two, or three on that pay line.
There’s very little more that can be said about Surf Paradise. The overall theme works nicely enough, while the graphics do their job in portraying adequate symbols and background. Not much can be expressed about a standard scatter symbol, although it does bring a slight perk into a slot game that would otherwise be very bland. This is certainly one that would work nicely for newcomers to online slots, but for everyone else it’s probably not going to be entertaining enough.