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Let’s get one thing straight, this is not a visually attractive game. The graphics are minimal at beast. They are polished, but they are a little too comical, a little too bright. Looks aside, Pirate Plunder also has a low RTP, clocking in at just 93%. This is not acceptable as far as many slot fans are concerned, us included, although we will admit that this wasn’t too apparent during the time we spent playing this game.
There is a big paying symbol here, which comes in the form of the pirate and offers as much as 900x for 5. However, 4 of these don’t pay a great deal, nor do any of the other symbols. There are also no bonus features to speak of, which means that this game relies almost entirely on a low RTP and a progressive jackpot.
As we mentioned above, Pirate Plunder doesn’t have any graphical bonus rounds, free spin rounds or anything of the sort. There is a bonus symbol, which comes in the shape of a treasure chest, but this unlocks the progressive jackpot. In fact, if you get enough of them then you will win a percentage of the progressive jackpot based on your stake.
Besides that though, there is nothing else on offer here, which means you’re left with a base game that isn’t very good.
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There is nothing wrong with omitting bonus rounds and other features, because whilst these are considered to be essential in modern slot design, their exclusion can be forgiven if the base game is strong enough. However, the base game on Pirate Plunder is not up to scratch. It has a very low RTP and the graphics are not very attractive. We did secure some wins during our time playing this slot, but that was more down to a bit of luck on our part than anything else, and there’s little chance that you will repeat that luck.
We recommend you look elsewhere for a slot machine to put on your money on, this does not leave much chances for wins or a good time.