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Mega Don Slot Review: RTP 96%, High Volatile (Play’n GO)

Mega Don Slot Review

We know, you are seeking for the Mega Don slot review. After looking at the numbers, it appears that, despite the (understandably) primal fear many people have of sharks, it is we who should be afraid of them. 

According to a study published in the journal Marine Policy, 100 million sharks are slaughtered each year, while others estimate it to be closer to 273 million. Based on the lower figure, that equates to 11,416 shark deaths per hour, every day of the year.

We are not sure how to interpret this information for the Mega Don slot review. Is it going to be long before they’re all extinct like their Megalodon ancestor if there are so many dead sharks? 

Megalodon, which means ‘big tooth,’ roamed the seas between 23 and 3.6 million years ago and is now featured, or at least alluded to, in a Play’n GO online slot.

Best of Mega Don Slot Review

Although the title is Mega Don rather than Megalodon, the connection is clear. Players are naturally placed in the domain of sharks, beneath the waves in some bubbly aquatic environment, in a game about sharks. 

Another connection we made was with the classic Razor Shark game from Push Gaming. The Mega Don symbol in this game resembles the toothy beast from Push’s classic shark game.

However, some resemblance is unavoidable when selecting forward-facing sharks, and Mega Don as a whole is a different kettle of fish. The music is more emotive than the background visuals, swinging from downbeat ambient when nothing much is occurring to Jaws-like tension when the action picks up.

Volatility and Return to Player (RTP)

Mega Don’s math model, like his music, is highly volatile, swinging all over the place while generating a default RTP of 96%. Mega Don, which is played on a 5-reel, 4-row game panel, offers 1,024 ways to win when three matching symbols appear on adjacent reels beginning from the left-hand side. 

Stakes range from 10p/c to £/€100 per paid game round, and any device can be used.

Paying Symbols

The paytable and gameplay of Mega Don are reminiscent of the rules outlined in Jack London’s novel “White Fang” – “Life lived on life.” There were those who ate and those who were eaten. ‘Eat or be eaten,’ was the rule. 

For five of a kind on the low pay symbols in Mega Don slot review, players will receive six small fish worth 0.4 to 1x the stake, and three high pay sharks worth 2-4 times the stake for 5 of a kind on the high pay symbols. 

The jaw patterned wild symbol, which substitutes for all symbols excluding the scatter, lends a helping hand, or tooth, or whatever.

Slot Features

Both of Mega Don’s features revolve around symbol transformations, which occur in both the base game and in the free spins.

1. Snack Time

Up to three low-paying fish symbols can be chosen at random to be upgraded in the base game. If the selected fish appear on the reels, they are transformed into a higher-paying shark symbol.

2. Shark Feast

Scatters appear on all reels, and the number of scatters you land to trigger free spins determines the setup, such as:

  • Six free spins with one upgrade symbol are awarded when three scatters appear
  • 9 free spins with 2 upgrade symbols are awarded when 4 scatters appear
  • Five scatter symbols trigger 12 free spins with three upgrade symbols

In the Snack Time feature, when the upgrading symbols appear on the reels during free spins, they are changed into random shark symbols. Until the free spins round ends, the upgraded symbol remains in place.

Retriggers are something to keep an eye out for. If three, four, or five scatters appear during the bonus round, players win:

  • +3 free spins with an extra upgrading symbol
  • +6 free spins plus 2 extra upgrading symbols
  • +9 free spins plus three additional upgrade symbols

Technically, each of the six low-value symbols could be transformative. When you have more than one upgrading symbol in view, they all turn into the same shark symbol.

Final Thoughts

Despite the familiar-looking top pay symbol, it’s not Razor Shark. The base game chugs along like a tugboat, mostly consisting of letting off bubbles and the occasional win. 

In the end of Mega Don slot review, the pulse was occasionally quickened by a sonar ping warning of a possible Snack Time trigger. Snack Times has the potential to be a good game, and having so many ways to win bandar slot terpercaya rather than relying on paylines to link fish or sharks isn’t necessarily a bad thing.

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