The pay table contains 25 separate boxes organised in a five-by-five reel matrix. Per standard slots protocol, playing card icons carry modest worth, whilst ‘picture’ symbols are given premium values. Fortinium has five top-end symbols, represented by a bronzed zeppelin, an over-flowing treasure chest, Victoria’s prized nerf gun, the roaming explorer herself, and of course, the maverick Maximillian.
The two distinctive character symbols can extend across the length of any given reel and therefore act as auxiliary multipliers in both base game and bonus play – not that these two individuals need any other reason to stand out. Victoria, a corset-clad,
weapon-wielding temptress with an alluring glare, and Maximillian, a bearded cape enthusiast sporting a leg brace and bowler hat, aren’t exactly the most discreet of individuals.
A fairly uninspiring wilds symbol occasionally enters the fray, recognisable by a simple ‘W’ mounted on a metal plate. At least returns are ample when they land, with an 800x line wager amount as a possible outcome.