The Codfather Scratch

Merging the Italian-American gangster scene with deepwater marine life, NextGen’s The Codfather Scratch takes players on a journey like no other. Dive into this strange underwater world and see if you can find any offers which you can’t refuse!

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The Codfather

The Codfather

The Codfather Scratch

The Codfather Scratch

Something fishy is going on in this mobile scratch game

Provider: NYX

Game Type: Casual Game

Payout: 90% - 90.72%

Available on Mobile: ✔︎

Available on Desktop: ×

UK Compliant: ✔︎

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Why You Should Play The Codfather Scratch

Inspired by crime thriller The Godfather, which contained the famous line ‘Luca Brasi sleeps with the fishes’, Nextgen’s mobile scratch game brings two diverse themes together to create some sort of weirdly wonderful aquatic mafia universe. The Codfather is an ugly, scaled, anthropomorphic green fish with a suit, tie and cigar, and he is joined in the game by some of his gill-breathing goons. The characters are brought to life with real aplomb and the game is a delight to play as you try to find three matching symbols to win a prize.

How to Play

A goldfish with a three-second memory would probably manage with the rules of The Codfather. All you need to do is decide on the size of your stake using the adjustable bet slider, and then hit the circular play button. You can also tap the smaller Auto Play wheel to play up to 100 times without interruptions.

Features

The aim of the game is to find three matching symbols in the 3-by-3 grid to win a prize, and it is even possible to achieve multiple wins on the same turn. Payouts are made according to the paytable, stretching from lower-value symbols such as the purple sea snake (x1) or orange sea horse (x2) right up to the Codfather himself (x 1,000). Wins are multiplied by the amount staked, and if you match three LOGO symbols you win five scratchies where all prizes are doubled.