The Asian influence is evident as soon as you open up this casino slot from KA Gaming, Fortune Gods has a red backdrop with a dragon pattern on it, with traditional Chinese red lanterns that flank the reels either side. The audios suit the Chinese theme perfectly, interrupted by celebratory jingles.
The icons in Fortune Gold are all Chinese-themed: lucky coins, golden bowls, fans, ceremonial dragons, red envelopes and high-card symbols are all here.
Fortune God uses the nine, ten, Jack, Queen, King and Ace as the lower-valued cards, whilst the higher paying symbols are the picture icons mentioned above.
The red lanterns are the game's wild symbol and can substitute all other symbols except for the scatter icon and simultaneously help form more winning combinations. Soley, the wild red lantern symbol is not worth any value, yet it does appear frequently and thus help build more wins for players when it lands during the regular spins.
Landing three, four or five of the dragon scatter symbol across the reels from left to right will pay out rewards worth 50, 100 or 400 times a player's total bet stake. However, wins cannot be paid out from right to left. What players do get if they land these wins respectively, is eight, ten or sixteen free spins.
As mentioned the red lantern wild icon does not hold a payout value but does help form winning combinations when it substitutes other symbols. Furthermore, it does help during bonus games; because any time if helps complete a winning combination, the payout concerned is multiplied respectively by three, six or eight times. This occurs when each wild forms part of the win, so with the possibility that should four wild icons land on a line, the total bet is multiplied by eight times.
With a plethora of betting options to suit all high-rollers and novices, huge returns and numerous winning spins, Fortune Gods is ideal for all players. With a possibility to win 1,024 ways and a series of rewarding bonus features make Fortune God a worthwhile and solid casino slot to have a punt.
Words: David Bailey-Lauring