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27 Aug 2020

Arghh Matey, Drop your anchors, put down your rum and hold on to your hats, as The Jolly Roger is back in Play’n GO’s Jolly Roger 2, and back better than ever, bringing with him more bonuses, spins and a whole lot of energy than ever before!

With an RTP of 94.20%, The Jolly Roger has, well let’s say, caught everyone’s attention! You’ll need to sail the high seas looking for all sorts of items using your pirate senses and extreme nerve and guts. You’ll come across 5 reels and 20-win lines, giving you all that extra help you need to find the chest of gold!

In terms of what you will see on the reels, well, there is a lot, and we would be here all day explaining everything to you in detail. The skull and bonus symbols act as wilds and fills in for paying symbols, except scatters. Also, look out for the compass symbol, as this gives you a 10x multiplier on any reel.

Regarding the bonus rounds, these are free spins rounds, and there are 3 different types you can get. The first one being a taste challenge, whereby you must taste 5 different types of Rum and try to avoid the poisonous one. The next round involves a treasure hunt, so look out for the treasure maps, as each level you go up, the more free spins you get.

Finally, the last level, and by far the hardest, but most rewarding is the battle or freebooter free spins round. Here, you will get 3 lives with unlimited free spins. The battle is essentially between the merchant ship and the British, Dutch or Portuguese Privateers. Basically, whoever collect the most gold coins will win the battle. And here is what they offer, depending on which ship you sink:

  • British Ship Reward - Upgraded high paying symbols
  • Dutch Ship Reward - Synchronised reels display the same symbols
  • Portuguese Victory Reward – 1 or 2 random symbols transform to wilds

So there you have it, told you The Jolly Roger is back better than ever. So, why not give it a go, who knows, one you do might need to sail the high seas, Arghh!

Kirjaudu Lapalingoon