Play ‘N Go have provided players with an incredibly lavish title with their Fortune Teller slot game. One of the first things players will notice is that the game comes with some top designs which are made extremely appealing by the colours that the developer has used.
Whilst doing our Fortune Teller review, it became clear that players should expect to be taken into the world of tarot reading, as they can try and find out what the future holds for them; hopefully it starts with some great wins, right?
Fortune Teller is played across a grid that contains five reels and three rows in which the game’s icons can land upon. There are 30 different paylines available to form this winning sequences, however not all of them need to be activated as players can choose how many lines they want to use.
Naturally, this will impact on the amount of real money that can be placed on each bet. Players have the opportunity to place from R0.20 per spin to a huge R100 (although this can only be placed when all 30 paylines are active).
In addition, Play ‘N Go have kept their ‘Autoplay’ feature available for those players who want to see the reels do their thing as they sit back and watch the action unfold.
Players who use the Fortune Teller Free Play version on our page to test out the game before playing with real money will be able to familiarise themselves with the symbols that are available on the paytable.
Each of them all have the ability to provide cash wins when they are part of a winning combination, except for the Bonus – which we will discuss later in this Fortune Teller game review.
The playing card royal icons represent the lowest values with 10, J, Q, K and A all included. These are then followed by the candle, the zodiac wheel, the eye in the middle of the hand and the gypsy woman. The latter of these icons pays out the most in regards to the regular symbols, as he awards players with 1,000x their bet when five of them appear on an active payline.
The game features a Wild and a Scatter and both of these provide prizes as well as special features. The Wild is represented by a crystal ball and has the ability to provide players with a reward of 5,000x the bet when five appear whilst also substituting all other icons where possible except for the Scatter and the Bonus. The Scatter, which is the cat in the moon, will provide players with prizes of 300x the bet for five of a kind.
As we mentioned earlier in this Fortune Teller review, the Scatter also has the ability to provide players a bonus feature. This game is the Free Spins feature, in which players are awarded with 15 spins. The cat symbols will also turn into extra Wilds during this game, whilst the traditional crystal ball icons will also appear. This feature can not be retriggered whilst the free game is played.
The bonus icons will see another game be provided when three of the icons appear. Players will be dealt four tarot cards, where they will need to pick one. This process is repeated three times and the hand that they receive will then be matched to the special paytable that appears on the right hand side of the grid. If a win is triggered, the rewards can be big!
RTP (return to player)
Play ‘N Go have set the return to player (RTP) rate for their Fortune Teller slot game at 96.17% and have revealed that the game is of a high volatility.