Persian Fortune contains five reels and twenty paylines powered by Red Tiger Gaming and has a Middle Eastern concept.
Persian Fortune is a nicely designed Middle Eastern-themed slot from Red Tiger Gaming. This five-reel, twenty payline game comes with symbol drop technology that boosts your payouts with expanding multipliers that can reach up to x8.
Set on a moonlit balcony and flanked by ornate pillars, the reels include Ace, King, Queen, Jack to Ten playing cards, a vase, a pair of scimitars, a gem-encrusted ring and a golden palace. The mysterious Persian woman is the game's wild, substituting all other icons apart from the bonus one.
Persian Fortune is played using an icon drop game engine - after each winning turn, the auspicious icons are removed from the reels and replaced by the symbols falling from above. This continues provided there's a winning combination on show somewhere on the reels. Each successive icon drop win increases the multiplier. It begins at x1 on the first win then goes on to boost payouts by x2, x3, x5, x6 and x8 on subsequent successes.
Persian Fortune has plenty of bonus rounds into this trip to the Middle east - the giant symbols hit on any spin. These can land as giant 2x2 or better still as 3x3 tiles.
The Persian magic round is where icons are highlighted in a blue frame - where a symbol forms part of a winning combination; a player will obtain a respin. A selection of wilds is added to the reels for the re-spin that offer some excellent winning potential.
Lastly, the Magic Carpet Bonus round is activated by landing three of the treasure chest bonus icon anywhere on the reels during the same spin. Players will be presented with fourteen golden tiles behind which lie a series of gemstones.
Landing three of the same gemstone is the prize a player will win. Three purple stones award x18 with three blues offering x38. A trio of greens will get them x138. Best of all is the red stone which will see players pocket an x888 bonus.
The design here in Persian Fortune is undoubtedly above average, combining nicely drawn visuals with an excellent Persian style soundtrack. Combine that with a decent range of features and Persian Fortune is one solid, entertaining effort worth playing.
Words: David Bailey-Lauring