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PariPlay seem to have a real penchant for pirate theme games. In the developer’s repertoire there are more than 700 different gamblers, apparently, and yet we keep coming across their cutlas-wielding ones. Still, when they are this much fun who’s complaining?

So Cap’n Coins is all about bad men sailing the seas, plundering, pillaging, swilling rum and generally making a nuisance of themselves, threatening all other vessels that cross their paths, and many that don’t. Hardly the most original theme in the world, then, nevertheless we do kind of prefer this over a lot of the other regulars that are used. Pirates are always fun, and they allow for really nice cartoons graphics, which is definitely the case here.

Overall, then, first impressions of Cap’n Coins are really positive, it kind of reminds us a little of Pugwash, which is always a good thing. The layout is also nice and familiar, with standard five reels in the centre, Payline and Bet adjusters at the bottom of the screen, and in the background a rather enticing looking beachfront looking out to endless ocean. Yeah, we know it’s actually a drawing, but still it’s nice to dream (you never know, if you win you could be somewhere like that for real...)

Setting Sail

When the game loads up you’ll immediately be confronted with a pretty busy screen. To newcomers this might feel a little overwhelming, but just remember that really these games are quite literally child’s play, aside from the obvious point that children would not be playing on gambling machines.

Digressions aside, the idea is to match up twos, threes, fours and fives of the same kind of picture. The pictures themselves are all relevant to the theme, so you have things like a pirate with a hook hand, a treasure chest brimming with gold, a cannon, scroll, skull and crossbones amusingly donning a hat with skull and crossbones on (just to make sure you get the point), and a ship’s wheel.

The drawings themselves are really professional, with a remarkable amount of details going into them whilst not being too over the top or complex. They are also all nicely differentiable from each other, which isn’t hugely important but we do prefer not getting excited for a millisecond because we thing we’ve won, only to realise it was a picture that looked similar, but wasn’t the same as the rest of our combination.

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Walk the Plank

There are two ways to stick your proverbial flag in the proverbial sand of this game. First of all, you can simply adjust the size of your bet in the bottom left hand corner. Adding more obviously means that if you win you win more, and it’s as simple as that really.

You can also bring more Paylines into play, or remove them. It’s possible to have up to nine Paylines in play at once, and the more Paylines are in play the more potential opportunities you have to win a prize. Ready to play? OK, hit spin and away we go.

Stormy Seas

It’s worth noting there are some additional cards that will crop up during the course of your game, which are there to add an air of unpredictability to the whole experience and generally mix it up a bit.

The first to get to know is the Wild- this comes in the form of an old map. Wild’s can be substituted for any other type of picture, and basically complete combinations that needed one more to be valid as a winner. The others are the Scatter, which is kind of like a Jolly Roger type ship. These basically offer massive payouts when you land two, three, four or five, up to 32x what you would have won already.

We’ll be Back for More

On the whole Cap’n Coins isn’t particularly original, and the noise of the waves gently lapping against the shore eventually becomes a bit annoying, although far less so than many musical ‘scores’ that come with online gamblers.

Despite those criticisms, we really like this game, and it’s so much fun to play thanks to the overall aesthetics. It has enough to make sure you’ll struggle to play to bets exactly the same – plenty to adjust and not simply just about matching the standard cards – and as such we can see ourselves coming back for more. And more.

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