Play’n GO has recently released the latest addition to its portfolio of popular video slots, titled Prosperity Palace.
This game draws its inspiration from the Chinese mythology and features a plethora of Oriental-style symbols of prosperity and wealth, while the medium to high volatility promises hefty payouts to those lucky enough.
The Swedish developer has paid special attention to the game’s background scenery, and the final result is visually stunning. The game also boasts top-notch graphics and immersive animations.
On the other hand, the grid features red and gold pillars, while the golden statutes have their place at the bottom of the screen. Traditional Chinese music is the game’s soundtrack, completing the whole Far Eastern experience.
Prosperity Palace is a five-reel video slot with 10 paylines, and wide betting options starting at $0.10 and going all the way up to $100 per spin. The symbols match the game’s theme, but most importantly, they have the potential for lucrative rewards.
Prosperity Palace many not a be a progressive jackpot title, but it sure does offer plenty of opportunities to take home satisfying cash rewards.
The girl symbol can give a payout of 1,000 times your line bet, while the other two high-value symbols can provide winnings 500 times and 250 times the stake.
The Buddha serves as the scatter, with three of a kind needed to trigger the Free Spins round, giving the player 10 spins. However, the Buddha symbol acts as a Wild during this feature, which can result in handsome payouts.
Last, but not the least, is the gamble features, where you can double, quadruple, but also lose your winnings – by picking card colors and suits.
The game is already available online, and you check it out on any of Play’n GO casinos.
Play’n GO was founded in the mid-90s and has grown substantially over the past two decades, becoming one of the biggest names in the industry. The Sweden-based company was the first online game developer to move into the mobile arena, with the aim to remain at the forefront for years to come.
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