Noah’s Ark packs all of the Classic IGT Features into a Single Original Slot

Noahs Ark - slots from IGTNoah’s Ark will be a familiar tale to players across Canada and the online slot is an interesting combination of IGT’s well-known originality and a theme that, while known by many players, is open to extensive originality and creativity. As players have come to expect from IGT, the theme itself takes a more cartoonish approach than attempting to recreate Noah, the Ark and his animals in photorealistic glory.

The biblical tale itself saw Noah instructed to provide shelter for pairs of animals during the forthcoming storms, and these pairings are crucial to the gameplay and will be covered in more detail later in this review. The symbols on the reels consist of the Ark itself, together with familiar creatures such as Zebras, Alligators and Ostriches, each of which are joined by the traditional lower value symbols such as the Jack through Ace playing card icons.

IGT’s depiction of the Ark itself is without doubt the most important symbol in the game and the one that players will look forward to seeing the most. It is both the wild card symbol and responsible for awarding the largest prize amount in the game – five on a win line pays 10,000 coins. With a maximum of thirty win lines in play and line bets ranging from $0.01 to $10, a shot at a $100,000 jackpot from a single spin is more than enough to keep players coming back to the slot for more action.

Noahs Ark from IGTThe gameplay on Noah’s Ark is unashamedly simple, but a range of additional features are more than sufficient to keep players entertained for hours on end. The Ark symbol mentioned previously is both the wild card and a multiplier; all prizes of which it forms a part are automatically doubled in value. The other key symbol during normal play is the Dove scatter which appears on the three central reels and leads players to the Raining Free Spins feature. Unlike many IGT slots, Noah’s Ark requires players to spin in five Doves on three reels, something that may sound impossible but is achieved through the Split Symbols feature.

This feature is fairly common among IGT originals and will be familiar to fans that have followed the company’s games for an extensive period of time. A common occurrence on the reels is to find animals in the pairs that they formed to enter the Ark – both single and double Zebras can appear on a single symbol for example. Each animal counts individually, so in practice matching three double Zebras pays the player as if they have spun in six in total. Naturally, this gameplay mechanic applies to the Dove scatter and explains how it is possible to spin in five or more on three reels.

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