Crystal Waters Mobile Slot Review (RTG)

Crystal Waters Screenshot

Real Time Gaming is considered one of the top gaming developers in the marketplace and their wide suite of slots games can be expected to tap into every popular genre players look for and Crystal Waters is the result of checking off all the boxes on that list.

Crystal Waters is a five-reel mobile slots game that can potentially reward players along 25 win lines. You can enter this undersea world for just 0.01 coins and there are 15 levels of wagers up to as many as 5.00 coins per payline so as much as £100.00 per spin can be risked. There is an Auto Play feature to keep the window into this mysterious realm of our planet open.


This is a nautical theme. Our main player is the dolphin and he is joined in the frolic beneath the waves by a seahorse, angelfish and a turtle. The setting is a tropical lagoon and a sailboat plies its placid waters. The minor playing card symbols are stylishly distorted as if gazing at them through the prism of crystal waters.


The Dolphin is the Wild and it will substitute for most of the other symbols in Crystal Waters in its eagerness to bring you winning combinations. the Dolphin only swims on Reels 2 and 4 but it will perform the neat trick of stacking up on those reels for you. It will also double your prize in any winning combinations it is responsible for creating.

The Sailboat is the Scatter in the game and three or more floating anywhere on the lagoon will trigger a bonus round of 15 free spins. There is also a Bonus Fish swimming around in these Crystal Waters on Reel 3. It can pop up at any time. In normal play that may result in a doubling of a prize. In bonus play the Bonus Fish really earns its name by multiplying winnings up to 8X your initial stake. And it the Bonus Fish schools up with a couple of Dolphins over on Reels 2 and 4 it can multiply your prize winnings by 16X.

A progressive jackpot can be won at the conclusion of any game. It is triggered at random and wins are added to any previous successes. It may even be enough to pay for a cruise down to the crystal waters.