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Diamond Mine Mobile Slots

This huge mining-themed UK Mobile Slots comes from Big Time Gaming, and is played on a vast and complex playing area of six reels and a variable number of rows, offering up to 117,649 ways to win thanks to the developer’s ‘Megaways’ system. RTP comes in at 96.43%, and there are three bonus features available within the slot. The best place to get to grips with this unique slot game is Amigo Slots, where we also offer our players hundreds of other leading Mobile slots including Starburst, Chilli Heat, Rainbow Riches and Fluffy Favourites.

Diamond Mine Game Info
RTP 96.43%
Features Free Spins, Scatter Symbols, Wild
Developer Big Time Gaming
Reels 7x8x8x8x8x7
Paylines 117649 Paylines

Big Time Gaming has visited the theme of mining for an online slot before, and they've done it with style. In 2016 they released Bonanza, which also employed the ‘Megaways' system and achieved considerable success for the developer. Diamond Mine isn't a direct sequel, but it can be considered a member of the same family, as it uses the same layout and draws inspiration from the same source.

Game Summary

If you’ve never played Bonanza before and you’re new to 2018’s Diamond Mine, allow us to set the scene for you. There are six reels, and on each reel there can be anything up to seven rows. The number of rows is determined by the size of the symbols which appear on that row, which varies from row to row and changes on every spin. Because the number of symbols in view on the reels can change so dramatically, there are no less than 117,649 potential winning combinations to be found. You have to like your chances of success with so much out there to aim for!

The slot's graphics are a little plain, but they're enough to establish both the theme and the location. The sand and canyons in the background combine with the cacti visible beside the reels to tell us that we're at a remote mine, somewhere in the desert, laboring away under the hot sun to take what we can from the rocks around us. The stone-grey reels and rows are set into a wooden framework, suspended above the entrance of that mine.  

On those stone slabs, the symbols will appear. Those of the lowest value are represented by 9 through to A. More valuable are those symbols which relate to the slot’s theme - some mining tools, a lamp, a diamond (hence the name of the slot) and a happy-looking bearded miner.

Diamond Mine also has a wild and a scatter to take into account, one of which doesn’t arrive as part of a standard spin. The wild, which is represented by a stick of dynamite, replaces everything apart from the scatter to create winning lines. It’s the scatter which is a little more unorthodox.

The scatter in Diamond Mine is a bag of gold (so the mine is good for both gold and diamonds - it must be the richest mine in the world!), but will only appear above the ‘regular’ reels and rows. Eagle-eyed viewers will have noticed in the screenshots that there’s an additional row above the grid; one with only four symbols. When winning lines are created in Diamond Mine, they explode in a feature called Cascading Symbols. That allows new symbols to fall in from this extra row, one of which could be a scatter. As they fall onto the reels, new symbols shuffle in from the right-hand side to replace them. It sounds more complicated than it is, and you'll soon get used to it. Whenever new symbols fall in, fresh winning lines can be created. This will carry on until there are no more wins to be found, at which point it's time to spin again.

Bonus Features

The Cascading Symbols feature we described above could be considered a bonus feature in itself, but as it happens during the standard game, we won't list it here. Instead, we'll talk about the two further bonuses that this slot has to offer.

The TNT Mystery Symbol is an extra symbol which isn't considered part of the standard set and isn't a scatter or a wild. Instead, it's a bonus symbol which can appear anywhere at random. It won't be there for long though; the symbol explodes, turning into a matching symbol with those around it with a view to creating fresh wins for you. There's no way of triggering this feature; the slot will just do it whenever it feels like it.

Free Spins is a feature you have a little more control over, and triggers whenever you locate four or more of the ‘bags of gold’ scatters. Bear in mind that they can only fall in from the extra row above the reels, so triggering them isn’t easy because it relies on you finding a good series of wins on the previous spin. You’ll start the feature with twelve free spins, although the round can re-trigger if more bags of gold are located. This feature is particularly rewarding if you can string consecutive winning lines together. Every time a winning line is found, the multiplier applied to the next win increases by one. If your luck is in, you could be looking at multipliers of above 10x for every winning combination.

The way that wins cascade here is a brilliant feature, just as it was in Bonanza. In truth, this slot is perhaps too close to Bonanza to be considered a separate entity, but that doesn't make it any less fun to play.

About the Mobile Slots Developer - Big Time Gaming

Big Time Gaming logo

It was no surprise to see Big Time Gaming come out with a similar slot to Bonanza; it was the winner of the ‘Best iGaming Software Experience’ award in 2017 at the Meister Awards. The developer had a memorable evening at that year’s awards; they also picked up the second-place prize for Danger: High Voltage. Their ‘Megaways’ system (which is responsible for the variable number of symbols and rows in Diamond Mine) put them on the map as a company who think outside the box.

There's a unique pairing of talent at the helm of Big Time Gaming; founder Nik Robinson has been in the online slot industry since 1996 and has seen how it's changed and developed during that time. Noticing a trend for bonus-heavy video slots with unusual features, he recruited Ian Schmidt from Rockstar Gaming (the company behind ‘Grand Theft Auto') to work in a senior role, and slots like Bonanza Mobile Slots Game and Diamond Mine have been the result of that partnership.

Due to their quirky presentation and their habit of playing with the traditions of what an online slot should look and play like, they may not be a developer to everyone’s tastes. For those who are more accepting of change, though, they’ve been a revelation.