Meet the Silver Unicorn in This Rival Slot
Aren't silver unicorns supposed to be lucky? We're not entirely sure, but you'll hope they are in this appealing game from Rival. The first thing you will notice is the incredible amount of detail the game can offer you. We took a moment just to look more closely at the reels and the detailed characters available there.
It's easy to play though, and with plenty of wins to be had and variations to try out, this could turn into a favorite for you.
Reels and paylines in Silver Unicorn
Let's get started - we have five reels here and a total of 20 paylines to contend with.
Bet options available
Can you begin by betting one cent per line? You sure can. You can also go up a notch and go to the maximum coin value of a quarter at a time. It's also possible to play as many as 10 - yep, 10! - coins every time you enable a line.
Special symbols used in Silver Unicorn
A beautiful flower is shown as the scatter for the Silver Unicorn game. These reward you with 10, 20 or even 50 free spins if you can manage to find three, four or five flowers in just one spin.
And of course, there's also a silver unicorn involved, and as you probably can guess, it's the wild. They will only ever appear on odd-numbered reels, but when they help you win a prize, that prize is doubled in value. The unicorn can also expand to take up the whole reel it appears on if doing so will create more wins.
We have already noted the free spins possibilities here, but when you are playing those spins, you might just see a colorful butterfly. If this happens, you may find yourself playing a special Super Round. You'll be presented with a whole selection of playing cards. Try and memorize as many as you can, as they will all then appear face-down. It's your job to match as many pairs as possible to win as much as you can.
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Silver Unicorn is an unusual and fascinating slot in many ways. The addition of a special feature within the free spins is good, although it does make that feature harder to reach. Who said a little effort wasn't a bad thing though?