Lost Relics 2 Review
As you might have guessed, I have a lot of time for Cluster Pays slots and this is simply because they turn a regular base game into something altogether more exciting. And with those Hidden Chests in play, the drama just continues to unfold in Lost Relics 2.
Harrison Ford, Brendan Fraser or, indeed, Bear Grylls would have been proud to make this the setting for their next adventures. Seemingly, we find ourselves somewhere in deepest, darkest Mexico but this is not confirmed 100% by the scenery. My apologies if I have in any way misrepresented Mesoamerica.
The production is dimly lit by just a solitary flame at the bottom of the reels. As winning symbols create their clusters, they receive a similarly fiery outline before exploding and hopefully revealing one of those Hidden Chests. Unfortunately, Lost Relics 2 is one of those games that has a sporadic soundtrack that can only be extended as you hit the spin button. For some reason, this jars my ears and I've never been altogether pleased by this musical format.
Whatever your feelings on interspersed sound loops, you'll be pleased to know that you can grasp Lost Relics 2 in all its glory on a range of devices including mobile phones.
The base game and the Free Spins Bonus kind of meld into one, in my opinion. All of the modifiers are 99% the same for the duration and the only addition that arrives during the bonus game is the Level Up action. That said, these are fantastic modifiers that can have some very positive effects on your balance, so this is more of an observation rather than a complaint.
Freshly dug temple treasure has never been easy to organise nor categorise and perhaps that's why NetEnt is offering a max win of 21,148x. It is either very random or very specific. The RTP is 96.03% and you'll find your adventure accompanied by very high volatility.
I can’t knock it, Lost Relics 2 is slick, handsome and completely enjoyable—plus the stats look appealing too. However, I would have liked to have seen a little more variation in the feature round and perhaps a couple more modifiers thrown in for good measure. But if that’s the biggest complaint I’ve got, then this game should go far.