Sam on the Beach – Responsible Parents Look Away
The eccentric electrical troll family are taking a break from their casino in the woods to visit Uncle Ted in the Caribbean (the casino must be doing pretty well). The ever-glamourous troll queen Sandra is looking gorgeous on the beach while young Maggie is up to her old mischievous tricks. Oddly, and unsafely, enough the family have brought along their favourite electronic gadgets to play with… next to a large body of water. Want to see how that works out for them? Check out our free demo game below!
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An Overview of the Rules and Features
Sam (and fam) on the Beach, from ELK Studios, is a relaxing treat for the senses. That is, unless you are alarmed by a lack of common sense – then you may be in trouble. In this slot, the royal troll family from Electric Sam go on holiday to visit old uncle Ted on an island where we can only hope the water magically doesn’t conduct electricity. Maggie’s parents seem happy to play with their own devices while she is left to play with a harpoon gun and a snorkel. Perhaps this is normal troll behaviour and perhaps the trolls are batshit crazy – we may never know for sure. Besides the peculiar family, the paytable features a neon crab, seahorse and starfish as payout symbols along with a bell and a diner-like sign featuring the name of the game (this is the wild). The bell is not only there for decoration, nor is it there to grant you money, it will however grant you varying amounts of free spins (up to 15). During free spins you have the opportunity to win from a menu of “Electric Treats”. The males in the family can create sticky wilds, while Sandra hands out multipliers and Maggie will straight up fire her harpoon gun at symbols to help you win. No helicopter parenting in the troll world it would seem. There is also a bonus feature called Beach Memories Respins if you happen to spin the four trolls all in a line. To thank you for reuniting them and bringing their varying electrical currents dangerously close to each other, the gang will send you a respin with four sticky wilds. Apart from all this absurdity – the developer has created a fairly decent sequel, with 243 ways to win and a classic five-reel, three-row structure to help orient you. It’s worth having a go even if you haven’t got your sea legs yet.
|Lines Pay||Left to right|
|Bet per Spin||£0.20 - £100|
|Return to Player||96.30%|
|Wild||Yes: Replaces all but bell|
|Multiplier||Yes: Sticky multipliers|
|Free Spins||Yes: Awarded by bell symbol|
|Bonus Round||Yes: Electric Treat|
|Maximum Win||Yes: x121.500|
|Special Features||Yes: Betting Strategies|
All Symbols and Payouts
|Symbol||3 Symbols||4 Symbols||5 Symbols|
Conclusion – A Beachin’ Good Time
Sam on the Beach is a lot of fun, but we did have a gripe with the rather difficult to find mute button. We didn’t hate the music, but the sound effects drove us a bit crazy. At the end of every spin whether successful or not there is some sort of annoying sound – what we imagine it sounds like when you’re wearing a hearing aid and you get to close to a staticky microphone. Fortunately, you can mute the game sounds while keeping the smooth tunes on. Another great feature while you’re in settings is quickplay you can set a ‘reality check’ reminder for 15 or 30 mins or one or two hours to help you emerge from the slot. If you have the urge to play with electrical items near water this game is the safest way to scratch that itch. Did you enjoy this remarkable slot from ELK Studios? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.