7 Days The Spanish Armada Slot Review
The Spanish Armada set sail in 1588 in the hopes of overthrowing Queen Elizabeth and her interfering ways. 130 ships set out with this intention in mind. Now just to inform you, back in 1588 ships traveled very slowly and the journey to England must have taken months by which time the Queen and her army must have got wind of this. Never mind a month before the massive fleet landed she would have seen them at the snail's pace they were moving. So is it any wonder that once Spain's fleet met the English coast, they were obliterated and sent swimming back to Spain with little to show for themselves. Stick to bull fighting and Sangria if that is what you call strategic planning.
Sail the seas of war with 7 days Spanish Armada. This slot is the fleets second outing, and with the inclusion of the 7 Day bombs assignment, they are hoping this time to be invincible. The bombs exploding into the ocean add an element of life to this war story and the graphics are well displayed on a neat real.
This Spanish quest can be fought on all of the latest electronic devices, somewhat more successfully than the Spanish Armada was.
With a 100 pay lines, you certainly have more chance of winning than the Spanish fleet. This along with 5 reels to play on and medium volatility makes for profitable and relatively regular prizes coming your way.
Among the medium paying symbols, you will find the 2 chief Officers from either side Sir Francis Drake and the Duke of Medina Sidonia along with their fleet of ships. The lower paying symbols are a variety of paraphernalia that you find lying around on a ship of years gone by, e.g., coins, ship wheel, barrels, etc.
There is a Scatter symbol which is the Cannon.
The Wild is the Cannon Ball.
Belatra Games control panels are always practical, and there is no need to feel like a fish out of water as they are easy to use, and direct you to where you want to go. The standard controls are all in play including Ines, Credits, Bets, Total Bet, Paid, Max Bet, Play, and Autoplay. On the left is a button with 3 lines this takes you to a place where you can access all the games logistics including the pay table.
Should you receive 3 or more Scatter symbols, you will trigger the Free Spin Round. You will get 7 free spins using the same bet and line that you chose in the original game. A soon as you get the free spins awarded to you a number and position of Wilds is put on the reels and will stay throughout the free spins creating great winning opportunities. You will get up to 10 in one round.
7 Day Meter is an assignment that makes this even more interesting than the original Spanish Armada slot. The unblocked cannonballs participate in each raffle of free spins on the current day and all subsequent days increasing the chances of explosive wins. If you miss a day or don’t wait for the free spin option, the & day assignment starts from the beginning. Day 8 onward plays as day 7.
There are 2 risk games, both card games.
The first is where you get to choose a card that if it is higher than the dealer your money is doubled. If not you lose or if the same the game is respun.
The other is a game of choosing red or black if correct your money is doubled. Or you can choose to guess a correct suit and the win is quadrupled if you are right.
The7 day assignment was a great added feature to this otherwise slightly lackluster Belatra outing. The theme has such potential, and the whole battle could have been translated in a far grander manner. The soundtrack was also not wholly aligned with the theme. Having said that this slot has its merits in the gamble which brings further opportunities with it.
I recommend this slot to history enthusiasts or colonialists who like to thumb it to nations defeated by the Queen. 7 Days Spanish Armada has also got a few good plays going for it.