Dead Man's Fingers Review
There is a treasure waiting for the brave souls who dare to go into the dreaded pirates' lair. Known as Dead Man Fingers, this pirate is one not to be messed with but there is glorious booty awaiting for those who do.
Developed by G Games in partnership with Yggdrasil, Dead Man's Fingers is a pirate slot that plays on 5-reels with 25 paylines and free spins.
Set on a desert island is where you'll find this slot. There's a pirate ship floating in the background but the real treasure is right on the island.
In the distance, there's a sunken ship followed by crows and other cool details that show a lot of effort has been put into this slot.
The reels contain generic symbols (aside from the pirate himself) which is a little disappointing but not too much of a game-changer.
As this is a pirate slot, you can expect sea shanty music that's both upbeat and unsettling. The overall quality of the slot is excellent in terms of design.
Dead Man's Fingers plays on 5-reels with 25 paylines and there aren't many features attached as well. This slot features free spins and a collect feature that is decent enough.
All the menus needed for this slot are at the bottom of the screen with the spin button and bet level to the far right.
This is where the slot begins to lose momentum. The RTP is a mediocre 95.2% which is under the average standard and the hit rate is a low 17.69%.
Dead Man's Fingers is a medium to high volatility slot - but the maximum win is 2,740x your stake. This is low for an online slot and especially for one with medium to high volatility.
If the win potential was solid, then perhaps Dead Man's Fingers could've been something great beloved by all slot players. However, the low RTP and maximum win cannot be ignored.
We definitely recommend giving this slot a spin if you like pirate slots, but be aware of the low win potential before you start playing.