About 1429 Uncharted Seas
The 1429 Uncharted Seas slot machine sails you and your good casino ship into seas full of treasure and riches untold. The sounds on Thunderkick’s 1429: Uncharted Seas are equally good offering you booming cannon sounds and a rip roaring track to go with your spins. We’ve come to expect the highest levels of production from this developer and the audio on this machine certainly doesn’t disappoint. As with most slots of the moment 1429: Uncharted Seas uses a standard base game with a fixed 25 pay-line set-up. As a result you can change your stake with every spin, but not the number of pay-lines on which you’re betting. It’s a simple structure that comes complete with a rather cool pay-table with even the three strong combinations coughing up some decent prizes.
During any base game spin, when you stop in a wild symbol this will trigger a cool animation, filling the reel with a massive sea monster. This monster turns every single available vertical stop space wild, giving you a massive boost to the winning potential of your spin. In classic slot machine fashion you can stop in multiple expanding wilds on any of the middle three reels, giving you a chance to land in some absolutely phenomenal prizes that are almost as good as finding the a new world full of gold and treasures.
Even though we’ve come to respect Thunderkick over time for producing titles that deliver a whole bunch of punch in the bonus round, 1429: Uncharted Seas falls back on the tried and tested free spin format. Stop in three of the compass scatters anywhere in view on the base game grid and you’ll gain access to this super feature. The more scatters you land the greater the free spin count up to a maximum of fifty. You’ll be pleased to learn that for the duration of your spins the expanding wild mechanism is still fully engaged, allowing you to land some truly monster wins.