Nuclear Fishin' Slots

Although this is a slot game from Rival, it is one that can be viewed as a real threat to our world. Nuclear Fishin’ Slots has a video presentation that is a bit unsettling, but if you go beyond the not so subtle title, you just may enjoy this game. After the intro, you will be given some clues as to what this game holds in store for you. This includes: Expanding Wilds, a Super Round, and Free Spins. The background is underwater with a myriad of fish ion each row. There are no lines separating the symbols.

About the Game

Nuclear Fishin’ is a 25-line slot with a max of 10 coins at 25 cents each. The max wager is $62.50 per spin. But there are certainly lower valued coins you can use. There is an Auto Play button as well as the Win Window button that records your win along with the multiplier. On my first two spins, betting the max, I won $75 for each spin. On my 5th spin I won $87.50. It may not be great, but it certainly covered my bet. I do recommend you read the 3-page pay table where you will be able to view the symbols, payouts, and special features. All wins are multiplied by the coins staked per line.

Playing the Game

The first page of the pay table will show you 8 fish symbols along with an example of how to win. The second page has the special symbols. These include: the Jackpot symbol, which is a Nuclear Bomb; a Sea Horse, which is the Free Spins symbol; and Nuclear Barrels, posing as the Bonus symbols. The Jackpot symbol pays out 750 coins when you get all five; The Bonus symbol will trigger the Bonus Round; and the Sea Horse will award 12 free spins when you get three or more. The Bonus round can only be triggered during the free spins round. Page three of the pay table shows two more symbols. The Scuba Diver is the Expanding Wild. He will fill an entire reel. He comes with a 2xs multiplier during the free spins round.

Going Nuclear Can’t Lose Super Round

During the free spins round, three or more Sea Horse symbols will trigger this round. During this round, for two spins only, the first reel becomes wild with a 3xs multiplier.


Nuclear Fishin’ is an okay game to play, however, considering the number of nukes we have around the world, I don’t think it is a prudent or that enjoyable game to play.