After around ten spins I got my first glimpse of how the two sets of reels link together. The symbol I now know to be "mystery" appeared on reel five of the smaller reels and suddenly a large group of identical symbols transferred across to the larger reel set on the right before transforming into a different symbol - I'll admit to being really quite confused at this point and decided to consult the paytable!
I managed to work out how these "Mystery" and "Reveal" symbols were intended to work, but still couldn't quite grasp the paylines - it appears there are 58 lines and some of them seem to continue right across from one set of reels to the other, but I could never predict just how good a win I was about to receive when the reels had stopped no matter how many times I looked at the payline diagrams. I could have searched the internet for some extra help in understanding this slot mechanic but the truth was the game just hadn't grabbed me enough to be bothered about doing so.
I've since seen this same arrangement of "Colossal" reels in other games from WMS and do enjoy playing these slots but can't help feeling that the whole thing is overly complicated for no good reason! I do love fresh and unique ideas in slot games but for me Lunaris just takes things a little too far, it's just too difficult to get to grips with what is going on!