Pirate Pays Megaways

Check out the fantastic slot Pirate Pays Megaways, which offers a maximum of 117,649 paylines, plus plenty of exciting features!

    Pirate Pays Megaways Game Overview 

    The bet sizes available in Pirate Pays Megaways range from 20p to £5.  

    Betting in this game uses the Megaways mechanic, which features up to 117,649 ways to win.


    Main Game

    There are six reels in this game, a maximum of seven symbols can appear on each.

    There is also a horizontal secondary reel located beneath the regular reels, which will add an extra symbol to reel one, two, three, four or five on every spin. 

    During the main game, there are up to 117,649 ways to win and several exciting features which may trigger.

    The features available in Pirate Pays Megaways include:

    • Scatter symbols
    • Mega Scatter symbols
    • Wild symbols
    • Free Spins

    Read on for more information about each of the above features and how they could help you to land even more prizes.

    Reaction Mechanic

    Each time you achieve a win, all symbols involved in the win will be removed from the reels.

    Remaining symbols will then fall to the bottom of the screen, leaving empty positions for new symbols to fall into. 

    Reactions continue until no new wins are secured. 

    This feature gives you the chance to land several consecutive wins. 

    Wild Symbols

    There are two types of Wild symbols in this game: regular Wilds and Compass Wilds. 

    Compass Wild symbols can only appear on the secondary reel. 

    They work the same as a compass, meaning each time one lands, it will spin to reveal a direction: north, east, south or west. 

    All symbols in the chosen direction will then turn into a normal Wild symbol.

    Scatter Symbols

    As with Wilds, there are two types of Scatter symbols in this game:

    • Regular Scatters - this symbol can land on reels one, two, three, four and five during the base game
    • Mega Scatters - this symbol can land on reel six only in the base game

    Should three or more Scatters appear, the Kraken Bonus round will be activated - if triggered with two normal Scatters and a Mega Scatter, and enhanced version of the bonus will be activated. 

    Kraken Bonus

    If triggered, the Kraken Bonus will take place before Free Spins. 

    It is set in the style of a Deal or No Deal game, meaning 20 different outcomes will appear on-screen and a pirate ship will fire cannons to remove them. 

    Each of the 20 outcomes contain a number of free spins and multiplier value.

    The outcomes vary between the standard bonus and enhanced version, as outlined below:

    • Kraken Bonus - the number of free spins available ranges from six to 25, and the multiplier ranges from 1x to 10x
    • Enhanced Bonus - the 10 lowest outcomes will be removed, so the number of free spins available ranges from seven to 25, and the multiplier ranges from 3x to 10x

    As outcomes are removed, the Kraken will make you an offer, which you can either accept or reject:

    •  Accept - you will be awarded the agreed amount of free spins and starting multiplier value 
    • Reject - more outcomes will be removed before the Kraken makes you a new offer. This continues until you accept an offer or there are just two outcomes remaining. In case of the latter, one of the final two outcomes will be randomly awarded 

    At the end of the bonus, Free Spins will be enabled with your winning amount of spins and multiplier.

    Free Spins

    Your winning number of free spins and multiplier value will be determined during the Kraken Bonus game.

    The multiplier value will increase by one with each reaction during the feature. 

    Mega Scatters cannot land; normal Scatters can appear on the secondary reel only. 

    Should another three or more Scatters hit the secondary reel, Free Spins will re-trigger and award extra spins, as per below:

    • Three scatters  = five extra free spins
    • Four scatters  = 10 extra free spins

    Return to Player

    Return To Player (RTP): 96.23%.

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £96.23 of wins.