|Bet Per Spin:
|£0.01 – £40.00
|Animals & Nature
Two popular online slot genres meet deep beneath the ocean waves in The Codfather from Nextgen Gaming. It features a range of fishy characters who are part of a Sicilian-style crime syndicate and why wouldn’t this be the case? Fish are just as likely as anyone else to operate above the law but we digress – read on to find out more about this nautical game with it’s two bonus features.
Codfather is a five reel slot with up to twenty paylines and of course it all takes place deep beneath the ocean waves where hierarchies of mobsters rule the rocks and sand in a stereotypical Italian way.
There are just four main symbols and these are a worm on a hook, a fish in a violin case, the head of a seahorse and one icon containing three of the bosses. 9, 10, J, Q, K and A make up the lower values.
The wild symbol is the Codfather himself and will double any wins to which he contributes; the Codfather logo is the scatter symbols which activates the main feature.
Big Boss Bonus
The wild symbol only appears on reels two, three and four but if you can land three on the same spin this mini-game will be triggered. You will be faced with five fishy bosses across a table and all you have to do is pick one to pay you a cash tribute. If you are lucky that character may pay more than once.
Ten free spins are available if you can land three or more of the Codfather scatter symbols anywhere in view. This seems to be a fairly tough to activate feature but when you manage it all your wins during those spins will be tripled. More free spins can be triggered from within this feature, as can the Big Boss Bonus.
Any win can be gambled by clicking the hearts/clubs button below the reels after a win. You can now try to double or quadruple that win by correctly guessing the colour or suit of the next card drawn. The limit is five correct guesses.
Codfather Online Slot Playing Tips
Steer clear of the gamble feature unless you really are cavalier with your winnings. It’s the quick way to lose all your money.
This is an enjoyable enough slot but there’s not much particularly compelling here; the sounds are nice enough but not particularly appropriate for the theme and the features are little tough to trigger.