Paradise Found is a five-reel and twenty payline slot with the reels set against a Himalayan background and what looks like Mount Everest in the distance.
Paradise Found is an intriguing online video slot in terms of its theme; based around Tibet and the adventure to get this country on the roof of the world. The race to reach the legendary location in the 19th century is based on a book called ‘Trespassers On The Roof Of The World’.
Playing Paradise Found
To explore the heavenly landscapes hidden in the high mountains, one needs to set their bet first.
The “Lines” button chooses the number of active paylines.
“Coins” alters the amount of coins bet. The ranges can be set by clicking +/-.
“Spin” initiates the reels spinning.
“Bet Max” spins the reels to turn at the maximum wager.
To play the game for a preset number of times without interruption, players can press “Auto Play”.
The main icons begin with the intrepid adventurer; then there’s an ornate gold cup, a prayer wheel and a laden-down buffalo. The lower-paying icons are the Ten, Jack, Queen and King.
One of the bonus icons is the Potala Palace in Lhasa, the capital of Tibet, and the other is the exquisite yellow lotus flower that is the games wild and also activates the bonus round. The intrepid traveller also acts as the game’s scatter symbol is worth up to x100 players bet stake.
Features of Paradise Found
There’s just the one bonus round in Paradise Found, and it’s activated by landing the lotus flower wild on only the first reel and the Potala Palace symbol on the fifth reel. When this occurs, the reels are held in place, and one single random position on the first, second or third reel will turn wild and bestow a payout.
Players will receive ten lotus flowers at the beginning of the feature, and so the above occurs ten times, hopefully making players some money in the process.
Paradise Found is suitable for novice low rollers because they don’t need to play the maximum number of paylines to activate the features. Players only need to land the correct icons anywhere on the first and fifth reels.
Words: David Bailey-Lauring