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    Chain Mail Slots (Microgaming) slot (Microgaming)

    Chain Mail Slots (Microgaming) slot (Microgaming)

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    Chain Mail is a colourful 5 x 3 Reel, 20 payline game slot machine from Microgaming, set in Medieval times with a comical twist. Help the Prince Charming to find the princess and avoid her angry father to receive your prize!

    The quest begins as you spin the reels. Match three or more Scatter symbols marked with letter B to play Castle Bonus game. Five rows of the doors appear before you instead of the reels. Open the doors one by one to find your prizes.

    Once you find the princess behind the first door you will get all the prizes hidden behind the doors in this row.
    Once Free Spins is found behind the door 10 free spins games will be granted to you. During the feature all your wins will be doubled. Once you find the angry king behind the one of the doors the Castle bonus ends.

    The Wild symbol doubles your winnings once it substitutes for the game symbol on the win line. It has ability to substitute any game symbol, except for the Scatters one.

    Chain Mail showcases the best that Modern and Medieval has to offer! You will enjoy this bright, exciting video slot, offering great payouts, and Reels filled with fun. It’s easy to join in the festivities with a minimum bet of 0.01, and impressive wins of up to 120 000.00.

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    Chain Mail Slots (Microgaming) slot (Microgaming)

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