Play’n GO is set to launch the latest addition to its portfolio this month, a new video slot titled Planet Fortune, which boasts exceptional visuals and sound effects and an overall entertaining gameplay.
Planet Fortune is a five-reel four-row game with 40 paylines, featuring a combination of retro design and futuristic theme.
The game has wide betting options, which will suit the majority of playing styles and budgets with the wagering ranging from as low as $0.20 up to $100 per spin.
The prizes on offer can be quite lucrative, with the maximum bet going up to 2,500 times the triggering bet. Translated into hard currency, this means you can fill your pocket with lots of cash. Of course, if you’re lucky enough. In case you’re wondering, the game’s average return to player is a standard one of 96.5%.
The game’s two main characters are Astro-Adam and Extragalactic-Eve and you’ll encounter them stacked on the reels in stacks of 2 to 4, along with Will the Wild Robot, the symbol which serves as the Wild. That means it can substitute for any other game symbols, which helps create more winning combinations.
To start getting payouts, you’ll need at least three matching symbols, while the game’s features offer the chance to grab a serious amount of cash, provided Lady Luck smiles upon you.
Magnetic Mayhem spin randomly activated, and when triggered, two or three reels will stick together with 2×2 or 2×3 symbols displaying on them and spinning together to make those payouts worthwhile.
The Robot symbol serves as the Wild, and at least three of a kind is needed to activate the Robot Revolution feature, although this one is a bit hard to trigger. So be patient, it’s worth waiting for. Once you manage to trigger it, you’ll be awarded 10 free spins with Wild Robots in place until their batteries run out. All Wild will move one reel to the left when the Free Spins round starts, which in turn may result in hefty prizes.
The game is available for desktop and mobile devices and you can check it out at any of Play’n GO-powered casinos.