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Satoshi’s Secret

Satoshi’s Secret is a May 2015 dark web-inspired video slot developed by Endorphina. Themes: cryptography, cryptocurrency, hologram, digital circuits, encryption, matrix code, binary numbers, electronic currency, hacking, computing, online banking, forex, and cyber security.

Moreover, Endorphina has filed Satoshi’s Secret under the “unique” theme, alongside: Cash Tank (February 2020), Book of Santa (December 2019), Taboo (February 2018), Slotomoji (March 2017), Cuckoo (April 2017), 2027 ISS (April 2017), Diamond Vapor (January 2017), Twerk (October 2016), and 2016 Gladiators (September 2016). Examples of Satoshi’s Secret’s rivals: The Matrix (September 2017) from Playtech, CryptoMatrix (April 2018) from MrSlotty, and SatoshiSlot (January 2019) from Rakki.

Satoshi’s Secret is a slot game adaption of the secretive seemingly Japanese named Satoshi Nakamoto, the presumed brains behind the cryptocurrency called bitcoin. Ten symbols (hooded hacker, the pound sign, euro sign, dollar sign, Q, W, E, R, T, and Y) require three, four, five, or six winning combinations.

Satoshi’s Secret Game Characteristics

Satoshi’s Secret has a translucent and partitioned 6X3 grid that is set on a green virtual printed circuit board, with a world map on the background; twelve symbols, 20 adjustable paylines, seven denominations, six “bets” per line, two bonus games, a side game, and its regular payouts range from $0.05 and $50000.00.

Satoshi’s Secret has three special symbols and nine ordinary symbols. Special symbols: the wild-and-substitute is a four-star cyan-and-black login screen on a virtual printed circuit board; a blue-and-black matrix image of a hooded hacker; and a yellow matrix image of a cyber security concept with a bitcoin lock, on a virtual printed circuit board.

Ordinary symbols: a black-and-white pound sign on a purple virtual printed circuit board; a black-and-white euro sign on a cyan virtual printed circuit board; a black-and-white dollar sign on a green virtual printed circuit board; and green holographic matrix grids with letters “Q”, “W”, “E”, “R”, “T”, and “Y”.
Satisho’s Secret denominations: $0.01, $0.02, $0.05, $0.1, $0.2, $0.5, and $1. Satisho’s Secret “bets” per line: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10. Minimum bet: $0.01. Maximum bet: $200.00.

Betting $200.00 yields the following Satoshi’s Secret payouts for three, four, five, and six winning combinations. Hooded hackers pay $1000.00, $5000.00, $30000.00, and $50000.00. The pound signs pay $500.00, $2000.00, $5000.00, and 30000.00. Euro signs, or dollars pay $300.00, $1000.00, $3000.00, and $10000.00. Q, or W, or E pays $200.00, $500.00, $1000.00, and $3000.00. R, or T, or Y pays $50.00, $300.00, $700.00, and $2000.00.

Satoshi’s Secret has two bonus games: qwerty bonus and trading bonus. Aligned “Q”, “W”, “E”, “R”, “T” and “Y” matrix grids unlock the bank account hacking-related qwerty bonus. More than four bitcoin locks activate the trading bonus, wherein players are prompted to select an up or down arrow beside their preferred currency (the pound, or euro, or dollar) to predict its rise or fall.

The regular win redirects to the “TAKE RISK” or TAKE WIN” side game. Players click “TAKE WIN” to bypass it, or press “TAKE RISK” to gamble their current payout. Clicking “TAKE RISK” has two possible outcomes. There is a choice of four face down playing cards, wherein revealing (compared to the face up card): a relatively lower face value nullifies the gamble amount while a relatively higher face value doubles the gamble amount. Satisho’s Secret’s non-progressive jackpot is $50000.00.

The good Satoshi’s Secret software features: a dynamic paytable, up to 1000 autospins, statistics, and right-hand and left-hand modes. The ambient sound has a digital touch. Sound effects: a feminine voice mentioning the winning currencies, electricity hum, ringing bell, and digital hum. The 3D holographic animation: sparkling and glistening symbols, login screen segueing into a “WILD” digital counter, self-unlocking bitcoin locks, voltage, and electric current.
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