2 Million B.C. Slot
2 Million B.C. is a prehistoric-themed, 5-reel max 30-pay line online from Betsoft. This slot takes you back two million years B.C. (before casinos) to bash some rocks together, spins some reels and hopefully win plenty of brontosaurus-sized jackpots. As you'd expect from Betsoft, the game is beautifully animated. A caveman stands to the right of the reels and taps his foot with impatience if you leave it too long before you give the reels a spin. The symbols in the game are all aspects of prehistoric life, including jewels, rocks, a sabre-toothed tiger and quite the oddest-looking bee/wasp thing you're ever likely to encounter anywhere. If you land a win, the screen will show a quick animation, most of which are enchantingly comic, including the caveman himself who celebrates big wins with you.
You can select between one and thirty lines to have in play, and your coin size from 0.02 to 1.00. Once you're happy hit the spin button to get those reels rotating. If you land at least three (and on some occasions two) identical symbols in sequence from the left hand reel, then you're a winner!
Payout & bonus rounds
Payouts start at double your bet-per-line for two caveman clubs, up to x500 for five cave ladies.
The 'fire' symbol acts as the scatter. Land three or more of them anywhere on the reels will win you free spins, and free spins can be re-triggered during the free spin round.
The acorn symbol triggers the bonus game. If three or more appear on the reels then you get to help the caveman hunt down a sabre-toothed tiger. If you manage to knock the sabre-tooth out cold, then you receive instant credits.
The diamond symbol triggers another bonus game. If you land three or more on a pay line you help your friendly caveman mascot to steal a diamond from that pesky sabre-toothed tiger. Succeed, and more riches come your way.
It has to be said, that although 2 Million B.C. is visually very stunning, the gameplay is a little limited and that RTP of just under ninety-two percent is nothing to be impressed about at all. A few spins here are definitely worth it, but just like Mr Caveman you'll very probably 'evolve' onto better things.