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Whichever of the two Sky Rider Slot Machine mini-games you play, you’ll find that the slot is something of a standard five-reel game. The number of win lines is configurable, so you’ll have the option of playing 10, 30, 40, 50 or even 100 lines. The coin denominations start at just one cent, making this live casino slot ideal for all users.
We use the ‘Silver Treasures’ game as an example, although ‘Golden Amulet’ plays in a very similar way. To win in the base game, you’ll need to land three or more consecutive symbols from left to right on a win line. The title symbol is the highest-paying of all, worth 25 coins for the maximum five in a row. Not only does it pay well, however, it is also the wild symbol of the slot, substituting for any other symbol on the reels apart from the scatter.
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The Free Games feature is a key feature in Sky Rider Online Slots. You’ll choose exactly how to play the free spins round. Pick one of the top four symbols at the game to be the stacked one during these free spins. The higher value these symbols are, the fewer spins you’ll have.
There is one further option available to you during these free spins, as there is the ‘question mark’ option. Here one of the four symbols will be chosen at random, while you’ll also receive a random number of spins. This could be perfect as you might end up with a good number of spins with the wild symbol stacked, or disastrous with just a few spins with the lowest-paying symbols stacked. Four or more scatters increase the number of free spins.
Bonus Feature: Max Stacks
What really sets this game apart from others is the ‘Max Stacks’ setup. At the start of each spin, one symbol is randomly chosen and a stack consisting of this symbol will be added to each of the reels, making this the most prominent symbol for that spin. This will lead to occasions when this symbol takes up a large proportion of the reels, making for some potentially large wins, even better if the randomly chosen symbol is the wild.
Bonus Feature: Golden Dragon Scatter Symbol
The scatter symbol is impressive-looking, showing a golden dragon set against the backdrop of bright red flames. This scatter activates the free spins bonus round on the Sky Rider Slot Machine when three or more scatters fill entire reels completely.
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For example, if you chose the wild symbol as the stacked one, you’d only receive four spins, while choosing the lower-paying of the two dragon characters will give you 18 free games. This adds a nice level of strategy to the game, where you can go for the short sharp big hit of the wilds, or the almost guaranteed perhaps steadier payout afforded by choosing more spins.
With up to 72 free spins, you get a base 16 when the Sky Rider symbol appears. The dragon rider triggers 48 free spins, while the yellow dragon triggers 60. The purple dragon triggers 72, though there’s also an option for a random number of spins.
Bonus Feature: Sky Rider Wild Symbol
The Sky Rider herself, with jet black hair and an alluring pose, is the highest-paying standard symbol, worth 50 coins for a full house of five symbols, while she is joined by two dragon-like creatures paying 40 and 30 coins. The standard symbols are completed by a golden compass, an ancient book and the playing cards 10, J, Q, K and A.
|The subject of this article is from the Synthesis update.|
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 18 February, 2020.
The information from this article is is up-to-date as of 18 February, 2020.
Inventory is a general term for items that can be carried or stored by a player.
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A player's inventory is divided into 6 sections: exosuit, multi-tool, starship, exocraft, storage container, and freighter. As of Atlas Rises, there are now three types of inventory slot: General, Cargo, and Technology.
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General slots are able to hold any one of the following stacks:
- up to 9999 of any basic resource (such as Ferrite Dust, Oxygen, Carbon, Chromatic Metal, etc.)
- up to 20 tiny items, including Navigation Data
- up to 15 small items, including Salvaged Data
- up to 10 medium items, including Metal Plating and Di-hydrogen Jelly
- up to 5 large items, including Glass, all trade goods, and many crafting components such as Ion Batteries and Antimatter
- A single huge item, mostly Artifacts and uninstalled Upgrade Modules
- A single installed Technology or Upgrade Module
Technology slots are, as the name implies, limited to containing installed technology; they cannot hold any other items. Specifically, they can hold any of the following:
- A single installed Technology
- A single installed Upgrade Module
Blackjack card values. Note that technology slots cannot store uninstalled upgrade modules.
Cargo slots can be used for storing large amounts of items, but they can't have technologies installed into them. They can hold any of the following stacks:
- up to 9999 of any basic resource (the same as general inventory slots)
- up to 40 tiny items, including Navigation Data
- up to 30 small items, including Salvaged Data
- up to 20 medium items, including Metal Plating and Di-hydrogen Jelly
- up to 10 large items, including Glass, all trade goods, and many crafting components such as Ion Batteries and Antimatter
- A single item, mostly Artifacts and uninstalled Upgrade Modules
Cargo slots can hold double of what 'General' inventory slots can, with the exception of basic resources and unique items.
The base Exosuit has 12 General Inventory Slots, 4 Technology Inventory Slots and 2 Cargo Inventory Slots available. Additional slots can be unlocked by interacting with suit upgrade terminals in Drop Pods and Space Stations.
General Inventory[editedit source]
The Exosuit starts with 12 General slots in this inventory. The maximum number of inventory slots for this category is 48 spaces (6x8). The first upgrade is free and subsequent upgrades increase cost by an additional 10,000 units per upgrade. (i.e., Free, 10,000, 20,000, 30,000, etc) (No prompt to upgrade the Exosuit is shown after the 48th slot. [Needs confirmation])
The total amount of units needed to gain the maximum number of General Inventory slots is 6,300,000 units.
Technology Inventory[editedit source]
This begins with 4 Technology slots installed. The maximum number of inventory slots for this category is 14 spaces (2x7). They are the cheapest slots to purchase. The first upgrade costs 1,000 units with varying costs for subsequent upgrades.
The total amount needed to gain the maximum number of Technology Inventory slots is 755,000 units.
Cargo Inventory[editedit source]
This inventory begins with two Cargo slots installed. The maximum number of inventory slots for this category is 48. They are the most expensive to purchase. The first upgrade costs 50,000 units and subsequent upgrades increase cost by an additional 50,000 units per upgrade, until the 20th slot, where the price is capped at 1.000.000 units for the remaining upgrades. (i.e., 50,000, 100,000, 150,000, 200,000, etc)
The total amount of units needed to gain the maximum number of Cargo Inventory slots is 38,500,000 units.
Upgrade costs[editedit source]
The cost of upgrading all Exosuit inventories comes to a total of 45,555,000 units. Please see chart below for cost per inventory upgrade.
|Exosuit Inventory slot upgrades - General|
|Slot Number||Cost in Units|
|Exosuit Inventory slot upgrades - Tech|
|Slot Number||Cost in Units|
|Exosuit Inventory slot upgrades - Cargo|
|Slot Number||Cost in Units|
The starting multi-tool has five (5) inventory slots. The maximum number of inventory slots for a multi-tool is 24 (8x3). Players can exchange their multi-tool for other versions to get additional slots. Multi-tools with upgraded inventories can be found in outposts (planetary bases with Landing Pads), space anomalies, and randomly as rewards from successfully completing events.
All multi-tools have technology slots only; it is not possible to store items in a multi-tool.
The starting starship has 15 general inventory slots and 4 technology slots. Claiming and switching to a pre-order ship, Alpha Vector or Horizon Omega, gives one additional general slot, for a total of 16. The maximum number of general inventory slots for a starship is 48 (8x6) (only on Hauler ships), and the maximum number of technology slots is 14 (only on Explorer ships).
Additional slots can be added to an owned ship by:
- using the terminal next to the appearance modifier in most space stations
- Storage Augmentation curiosity for a single-slot expansion.
If neither of these methods are suitable, a player can also purchase a new starship with more inventory slots available; this may be cheaper than repeated upgrades.
If you have 15 general and 4 tech, this gives 19 slots for a ship. Next slot will cost 1M, and the next after 2M. Table may not be accurate for 58-61.
|Ship slot upgrades|
|Slot Number||Cost in Units [M]|
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Each of the four Exocraft has its own inventory.
Base containers[editedit source]
Up to 10 Storage Containers may be constructed at your base, or on your freighter. Each one contains twenty Cargo slots, each capable of storing 9999 (normal), or 1000(survival) resources, or 10 stacking items. These inventory slots are shared with like-numbered storage containers in other bases or on a freighter.
Freighters may also be purchased to expand your storage capabilities.
You can move items from your Exosuit to your Freighter and vice versa without a distance limit, but only when a Matter Beam is installed. Without one, you must be aboard your Freighter to move an item between Freighter and your Exosuit or Starship. On the contrary, moving an item to or from your Ship and Exosuit is limited to 25-seconds walking distance between you and your ship (walls do not block the limit).
Elements can stack up to 9999 in each of the slots in the Exosuit General inventory in Normal mode, and 250 per slot in other modes.
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Elements can stack up to 9999 in any inventory in Normal mode, and 500 in each of the slots in the Exosuit Cargo inventory, Ship inventory, up to 1000 in the Freighter inventory or in a Storage Container inventory in other modes. A player may also transfer inventory to another member of their Multiplayer team. When the Transfer Items panel is displayed, the names of the other players in the group are included for selection if desired.
External links[editedit source]
- 5 Ways to Get More Inventory in No Man's Sky on Gamepedia