6 Wild Sharks is a marine September 2020 html5 video slot. Game developer: 4ThePlayer. Distributor: Relax Gaming. Themes: predation, shark attack, marine life, water sports, card values, spearfishing, and navigational aid.
4ThePlayer owns six other video slots, namely: 100 Bit Dice (November 2019), 9K Yeti (November 2019), 1000X Busta (May 2020), 1 Left Alive (December 2019), 2 Gods Zeus vs Thor (September 2020), and 123 Boom! (November 2020). 6 Wild Sharks’ rival games include Wild Shark (May 2013) from Amatic Industries, Razor Shark (August 2019) from Push Gaming, and Crazy Shark (July 2017) AlteaGaming.
Ten symbols (surfer, scuba diver, octopus, stingray, fish, A, K, Q, J, and 10) require three, four, five, or six winning combinations.
6 Wild Sharks Game Characteristics
6 Wild Sharks is set on a rippling blue sea. It has a partitioned, blue-framed 6X4 grid that is fitted with two striped wild-and-black “wild zones”; first and second reels form wild zone 1, while fifth and sixth reels form wild zone 2.
There are 4096 left-to-right winning ways, twelve symbols, 21 total bets, placement locked wild sharks with 14983 likely formations, tradable (extra) free games, neither bonus game nor side game, and regularly pays from X0.2 to X30.
On loading, 6 Wild Sharks’ players press “yes” or “no” when prompted to “play with sound?” before pressing “start”. Before the advanced mode’s gameplay starts (optional during the classic mode’s free games), players press anywhere within the first, second, fifth, and/or sixth reels to personally position the buyable locked wild sharks (maximum of six); each wild costs X2 the bet if positioned in wild zone 1, and X1 the bet if positioned in wild zone 2.
Two special symbols: the (extra) free games-triggering scatter is an oval red-and-white “free spins” navigational buoy; and the substitute is a caged shark biting a bloody white “wild”.
Ten ordinary symbols: blonde surfer in a long-sleeved black-and-red crop top; scuba diver with a speargun; orange octopus; purple stingray; three grouped fish; red-and-gray A; purple-and-gray K; green-and-gray Q; yellow-and-gray J; and blue-and-gray 10.
6 Wild Sharks’ bet sizes: $0.10 (minimum bet), $0.20, $0.30, $0.40, $0.50, $0.70, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $7.00, $10.00, $15.00, $20.00, $25.00, $30.00, $40.00, and $50.00 (maximum bet).
The following are the 6 Wild Sharks payouts for three, four, five, and six winning combinations. Surfer pays X1, X5, X10, and X30. Scuba diver pays X0.6, X3, X4, and X6. Octopus pays X0.5, X2, X3, and X4. Stingray, or fish pays X0.4, X1.5, X2, and X2.5. A pays X0.3, X1.2, X1.5, and X2. K, or Q pays X0.3, X1, X1.2, and X1.5. J, or 10 pays X0.2, X0.6, X1, and X1.2.
Advanced mode: two navigational buoys in the third and fourth reels load ten free games; two more navigational buoys offer three extra free games. These free games can be exchanged with locked wild sharks. 6 Wild Sharks’ theoretical non-progressive jackpot is X10368, which (10368X50) is $518400.00.
The good 6 Wild Sharks software: switchable modes—classic mode, or advanced mode; mobile version (optional small or big reels) and desktop versions; high volatility; game history; no limit, and self-adjusting loss and single win limits; and 10, 25, 50, 75, or 100 autospins.
Ambient background: orchestral instrumental music. Sound effects: growl, alarm, jingling, breaking waves, gurgle, and clang. The animated 3D graphics: bloody big wins, rippling, dolly zoom, chewing shark, wriggling marine animals, and wobbling buoy with a flashing strobe light.
Luck in 6 Wild Sharks
A game of chance, 6 Wild Sharks has two sets of RTP rates. Classic mode: RTP rate is 96.50%; house edge is 3.50%. Advanced mode: RTP rate is 97.00%; house edge is 3.00%.