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Snake Charmer Video Slots Review

Released in 2011, the Snake Charmer video slot was developed by NextGen Gaming and features 5 reels and 25 paylines.

A charming little game, Snake Charmer is well designed and has some great features making it a truly enjoyable slot.

The game’s symbols include a Snake in a Basket, an Elephant and a Woman. The Snake Charmer is the scatter symbol and the hypnotic snakes are the wild symbols. The wild symbols are also the top paying and they can be used to substitute all the other symbols except for the scatters symbols. In order to win the jackpot a player must spin five wild symbols in one spin.

Snake Charmer contains an excellent Free Spin bonus round. The bonus round can be triggered by spinning at least three Snake Charmer Scatter symbols across the reels. This will be rewarded with 10 free spins, during the free spins, if a wild symbol appears it can expand and cover the entire reel to help create more wins.

The game has a fairly limited coin size range, from 0.01 up to 4. However, this means that bets per spin can range from 0.25 up to 100 credits making the game suitable for all sizes of bankroll.

Snake Charmer is packed will cool animations and excellent sound effects, the only thing really lacking is some more bonus features. However, there is a gamble feature which will allow players to double up or quadruple what they have just won; of course this feature does carry the risk of losing the winnings. For players who like to sit and watch as the game is played for them there is an autoplay feature, this will spin the reels continuously without the need for clicking on spin every minute.

Overall Snake Charmer is nicely designed and easy to play. The betting range will make the game attractive to all players and the game can now be found a number of popular online casinos.

 

OCA News Editor

With a background in game development spanning 8 years, Sam Peterson is OCA’s leading authority in the world of online gaming. His focuses include new releases and gaming providers.

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