HOW TO PLAY DEADWORLD
The visuals remain true to the original version of the comic book. Players will share the destiny of the survived group of humans that are trying to destroy the zombie army, so expect lots of blood. Due to the creepy soundtrack, you will be looking around for zombies that are screaming in the dark. Only three humans managed to survive the apocalypse.
The Black Man carrying a spiked club, who is the leader, his White friend that lost his hand in one of the battles, and a Female Ninja whose main weapons are a gun and a sword. Seven other regular symbols are zombies, and we suspect that the Zombie King is among them.
Players should look for the Skeleton because he is the symbol that pays the most, 500 coins for five of a kind. The White Female zombie is the Wild and will substitute for all symbols except the Bonus symbol, which triggers the Bonus round.
Despite the fact that the 1×2 Gaming product seems scary, rules of the game are as easy as pie. Deadworld features a standard 5×3 layout and offers 50 fixed paylines, which pay left to right, beginning from the far left reel. Land at least three matching symbols on an active payline in order to win a payout, it’s as simple as that.
Before you start hitting the Spin button, pay attention to the coin denomination ($0.01 – $0.50) and the number of coins (1-5) you can place per payline. Set your wager somewhere between $0.50 – $125 and you are ready to start the battle against the walking dead.
If you ever had the chance to play one of the 1×2 Gaming products in the past, you will have no problem understanding how the control panel functions. The middle position is reserved for the Spin button. On the left, you can find Autoplay, with 250 automatic spins available, while on the right is the Max Bet option. In the bottom right corner of the screen, you can set the coin denomination, while in the bottom left you can set the number of coins you want to place per payline. Just underneath are the quality settings, sounds, and rules of the game.