Nuclear Fishin' Slots

Yes, well, we wouldn’t recommend it! But since you are sitting at your computer and not dipping your toes in the water shown in this slot game, we think you are quite safe. Watch out for the green radioactive substance in the water and look out for some strange creatures that have developed in an odd way, thanks to the condition of the water. It’s a strange theme for a slot, but this one is certainly very enjoyable to play.

How many reels and win lines are there?

Five reels will deliver 25 bet lines, so that should be appealing for you to play.

Which coins can you use?

Lots of coins are here to choose from, starting from a mere cent apiece. You can also increase the coins played per line. Maxing out both means a total bet of $62.50.

Are there special symbols to watch out for?

Can you believe there is a diver in this game? He must be mad going into that water, but we are glad he does because he is a wild symbol. He can swim into view on reels one, three, and five. He can also expand to complete that reel if this will secure further wins.

Watch out for a seahorse too, as this is a scatter. So is the barrel filled with radioactive waste.

What about bonuses?

The seahorse looks a little odd, but whenever three or more appear, you will get five, 10, or 25 free spins. Every prize is tripled from its normal value, and you can trigger more with another three, four, or five seahorses to win those same amounts too.

In the second screen bonus, triggered with three or more barrels, you will try and catch barrels of radioactive waste by clicking on them and sending them to the tube at the bottom of the screen. Catch as many as you can in the time you are allotted and see how many coins you will win as a result.

Download and play the Nuclear Fishin slot today

Nuclear waste doesn’t seem like a great theme for a slot game, but this one has been done very well. If you manage to secure some prizes in this game, you could end up with a few nice coin wins. Watch out for those barrels, and keep your fingers crossed the diver appears a lot as well.