Elements: The Awakening offers the Avalanche Feature that can trigger win after win...
A maximum of 20 paylines are available in this game.
Avalanches occur after every win in this game.
The winning symbols are removed and replaced by new symbols falling into place.
This continues until no new wins are created.
The Avalanche Meter increases with each successive fall, up to a maximum of four.
Landing four consecutive Avalanches triggers the Free Falls feature.
The colors of the Avalanche Meter will match the leading element in the current game round.
Should Free Falls be triggered, it will do so with the current leading element.
The Energy Meter is made up of four sections.
The leading element fills the section with energy, which indicates which Free Falls Storm mode you have entered.
The display will show which mode you have entered.
During the base game, the Energy Meter is displayed on the 'Play' button.
There are four different Free Falls Storm modes in this game: Fire Storm mode, Air Storm mode, Earth Storm mode and Water Storm mode.
A different Wild symbol is available in each mode.
When this feature is triggered, each mode will award 10 Free Falls and Wild substitutions.
During the base game and Free Falls Storm, Wild symbols will pay the highest possible winning combination.
Wild Substitution in Free Falls
In Free Falls, Wild symbols act differently depending on which Storm mode you are played.
- Fire Storm - Wilds spread across the columns and turn any two adjacent symbols into Wild symbols
- Air Storm - two Wild symbols are randomly added to the columns from the start of Free Falls. The Wilds then move position but remain on the same column throughout
- Earth Storm - Wilds are indestructible for a maximum of three Falls when completing winning bet lines
- Water Storm - Wilds are Expanding Wilds, meaning they expand vertically across the entire column
Return to Player
Return To Player (RTP): 96.00%
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take $100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out $96.00.