Uncover wealth in a remote, faraway land in Fairies Forest. This attractive online video slot from NextGen Gaming comes with expanding wilds and a bountiful free spins round.
Fairies Forest has five reels with three rows and up to twenty-five paylines; brightly-coloured flowers frame the reels whilst the view beyond the backdrop is a Van Gogh-esque panorama stretching into the distance.
How to play Fairies Forest
Before players being to delve into the land of magical, mystical fairies, they should adjust their game settings.
The four high-value symbols comprise mystical items like a pink flower, purple mushrooms, some sort of crystal ball and a colourful bird. The nine, ten, Jack, Queen and Ace represent the game's lower values.
The green-haired fairy is the wild icon, and she appears only on the second, third and fourth reel; plus, she can extend to fill all positions on that reel if a winning combination is formed. The scatter icon is a sparkly view of the magic forest reflected in a lake.
Bonus Features of Fairies Forest
Free Spins are activated by landing three or more of the forest scatter icons anywhere along a payline; players will receive ten free spins and whilst there is no further multiplier for their wins, the expanded fairy is active here. During this bonus feature, each time the fairy lands and expands any wins to which she contributes, the amount will be multiplied three times.
Furthermore, this bonus feature can be re-triggered by landing three or more scatter icons.
If players like another gamble then just press that ‘Gamble’ button below the reels after a win. Players will now get the prospect to pick the colour or suit of the next card drawn to double or quadruple their win. Players have a maximum of five correct guesses in a row, but an incorrect guess means that they will forfeit everything.
Fairies Forest is a decent-enough game with a friendly environment and audio effects. It perhaps lacks a bit of creativity and drama, but it’s worth a pop if you are looking to give something new a try.
Words: David Bailey-Lauring