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A traditional traveller’s caravan underneath a full moon? This must be an online slot on the subject of soothsaying, the ancient art of pretending you can predict the future. It’s from Play N Go, it’s called Fortune Teller and it joins two other slots of the same name by Net Entertainment and Amaya Gaming. Read on to find out if it offers anything different.
Fortune Teller is a five reel game with twenty paylines and the action takes place in front of the aforementioned caravan, complete with lanterns swinging from the roof. A full moon and a clear night sky complete the scene.
The main symbols are a burning candle, a star sign wheel, a palm/eyeball thing and the attractive fortune teller herself. 10, J, Q, K and A make up the lower values.
A purple crystal ball is the wild, a black cat is the scatter and the bonus symbol is a selection of tarot cards.
This cool mini-game is triggered by landing three of the tarot card symbols anywhere on the reels. The screen will now display four face down cards so pick one to reveal it. Now repeat this two more times and you will end up with three tarot cards. Two or three matching cards win the bigger prizes but you’ll win a minimum of 5x your stake whatever you have.
This feature is triggered by landing three or more of the black cat scatter symbols anywhere on the reels; you will now be awarded fifteen spins and during this round the black cat becomes the wild symbol.
It is possible to trigger the Tarot game from here but you can’t re-trigger the spins unfortunately. See the spins in action in the video above.
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Both features are triggered by scatter symbols so if you’re a low roller you will have the same chance of activating them with just one payline. Prizes will be proportionately less though.
This is probably the best of the Fortune Teller bunch, particularly because it includes the extra tarot game. It looks good and even the sounds aren’t too bad so it’s well worth checking out.