There’s a hint of the middle ages with Pragmatic Play's Fairytale Fortune. Despite the real-life period being a tough place to be alive, the game has a light-hearted tone with a mystical feel to it.
Fairytale Fortune has five reels with three rows and fifteen fixed paylines. The screen's border is made up of gold braiding and flowers whilst there are toadstools, and mushrooms in the background whilst fireflies and butterflies are above the reels.
How to play Fairytale Fortune
Before players enter this realm of princes, princesses, dragons and unicorns, they should adjust their game settings.
The high-value symbols in Fairytale Fortune are the male and female leads, a dragon, a unicorn, an hourglass and a decorated book. The game's lower-value icons are playing cards.
The Fairytale Fortune logo acts as the game's wild and will replace all other symbols on the reels and help form winning combinations except for the diamond and rose symbols which are the game's scatters.
Bonus Features of Fairytale Fortune
The Fairytale Fortune Bonus is triggered when players land three or more of the diamond scatter symbols anywhere on the first, third or fifth reel. Players will then have the opportunity to spin the drum to reveal which one of the unique bonus features they will be awarded:
There is a Gamble feature in the game. Players can gamble the total win of any bonus feature by either two, three, four or five times. In the gamble feature, players will need to choose from a selection of mushrooms, and each mushroom will have a number behind it which will determine how many times the total bet amount will be multiplied.
Fairytale Fortune is not exactly an original concept, and the medieval fairytale theme has been done time and time again. Saying that punters will like that they can frequently win with this game due to the varying bonus feature games they can play. Another plus with this casino slot is the gamble feature, where players can win a multitude of multipliers as opposed to the usual doubling up or bust that games typically have.
Words: David Bailey-Lauring