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We’re not quite sure whether Family Fortunes is still being made by any television studios around the word but there’s no doubt you can catch up with some of the older shows on various satellite and cable channels. Two families are pitted against each other in a quest to work out the most popular answers to a range of questions. This online slot from Fremantle is an attempt to bring the show to the very small screen.
Family Fortunes is a five reel and twenty payline game set in a television studio; it’s all very blue but it looks good and features the traditional music from the original show.
Not too much imagination has gone into the symbols on the reels – J, Q, K and A are the lower value ones, there are four different coloured stars worth a little more, a question mark and then the Family Fortunes logo which is worth 500x your line stake.
The wild symbol is a big sparkly ‘Wild’ and there are two bonus symbols – a Double Money and a Big Money and these activate the features.
Three of the Double Money symbols scattered on reels three, four and five will gain you entry into this free spins feature. You start with an unlimited number of spins and during this game it’s possible to win with combos from right to left as well as left to right. All wins are also doubled.
The free spins will end when three of the red crosses appear on the small screen below the reels.
You now get to play a game just like the one on television and this involves answering five multiple choice questions and trying to find the most popular answer. You will win money for every answer and if you can find the top answer for any question it will be doubled.
The level of prizes in this round are based on your stake.
Family Fortunes Online Slot Playing Tips
Our advice here is more about answering the questions during the Big Money feature; you are offered six options to pick from but try to think of an answer before looking at them. We may be talking nonsense but that seems the best way to select an answer without being swayed by what’s on screen.
This game has rather a bland look to it but it sounds great and it’s fun to play the Big Money round. It’s well worth checking out.