Stone Age is another slot from Endorphina, and like many of their slots it has both its good points and its bad points. In terms of the theme, it has been done before, and actually done better by 2 Million B.C. This slightly disappointing theme is made up for by the generous prizes though, the size of which will have many players getting particularly excited at the thought of spinning the reels.
When it comes to bonuses at this slot, there aren’t many to mention, as it only offers a free spins round. Unlike other slots from Endorphina, this free spins round doesn’t really have any great aspects added to it either. This means that most of your money will be won while playing the base game, and you’ll see regular wins during this.
Stone Age has the same basic gameplay as nearly all other Endorphina slots, so if you’ve played any of them, you’ll be able to get the hang of Stone Age quickly. It has twenty paylines spread over five reels, and you can change the number of paylines you play, plus you can also change how much you bet per payline, with the maximum being 500 coins. Don’t use the Gamble feature, as you’ll more than likely lose the money you’ve just won.
There is one symbol to watch for on this slot, and it is the circular stone with the red center. This is both the scatter symbol and the wild symbol. Should you manage to get three or more anywhere on the reels, you will get ten free spins, and during these one of the symbols will be an expanding one. This means that it will cover the whole reel whenever it spins into view.
Stone Age isn’t a bad slot and can provide some big prizes. Excitement levels will never get too high when the reels are spinning though, thanks to the slightly unimaginative theme and the lack of bonuses.