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Created by GameArt, Jade Treasure has five reels and twenty-five active paylines infused with exquisite colourful graphics, fifteen symbols and some attractive gameplay features. These include ordinary and special symbols, a round of gambling feature, unique free spins with unique prize options, all inspired from the beautiful green jade so adored in China.
How to play Jade Treasure
Before players dive into hoard the rich emerald green treasure, they should adjust their settings.
Symbols in Jade Treasure
The symbols in Jade Treasure are golden statues of both real and mythical animals originating from ancient Chinese legends: a dragon, a lion, a tiger and a phoenix. These are the higher-paying symbols in the game, the lower ones being the cards Jack, Queen, King and Ace.
The game's scatter symbol lands on all reels and landing three of them will trigger Jade Treasure's prize round. The game's wild symbols are only available during the free spins rounds but not during regular spins.
Bonus games in Jade Treasure
Jade Treasure has a couple of bonus rounds that players can use to increase their payouts. The first is the Free Spins round, where players can be awarded up to ten of them. During this round, players can select which symbol they want to be the Wild symbol - so they can form more winning combinations.
The gambling round is where players can double their winnings by guessing correctly the colour of the next face-down card. Guessing correctly doubles players winnings whilst an incorrect guess will lose your entire bet. Players can play the gamble round up to five times.
The range of features in Jade Treasure offers nothing original to players, yet the video slot does offer punters some interesting payouts when they can choose their own wild during the free spin’s bonus round. Furthermore, the game's excellent graphics make it an entertaining game to play for all, especially if they love all things Chinese.
Words: David Bailey-Lauring