|Game:||Fei Cui Gong Zhu||Paylines:||20|
|Manufacturer:||Playtech||Bet Per Spin:||£0.01 – £2000.00|
|Bonus Features:||Yes||Free Spins:||Yes|
|RTP:||96.93%||Game Type:||Video Slot|
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Fei Cui Gong Zhu is an online slot from Playtech with an oriental theme and it compliments Nian Nian You Yu, another recent release from this developer. Unlike that game however, Fei Cui Gong Zhu comes with several bonus features as well as the progressive jackpot so check out the review below for all the essential details.
Fei Cui Gong Zhu is a five reel slo with three rows and up to twenty paylines; the large transparent reels obscure an expanse of water and there’s a blurry mountain range in the distance.
There are three theme-related high value symbol including the jade dragon, a pretty fan and an ornate vase; the lower value symbols are five Chinese characters which we’re sure are very meaningful.
The Wild symbols is a Japanese girl and she substitutes for all others except the scatter (a red temple) and the bonus icon (a green temple).
This is triggered by landing three or more of the red temple scatter symbols anywhere in view for which you will earn ten free spins. All wins in this round will be tripled (unless the Secret Garden bonus is triggered) and you can win more spins by landing three more scatters.
Secret Garden Bonus
Trigger this mini-game by landing three or more of the green temple bonus symbols consecutively on an active payline. You will now visit a screen displaying six pink flowers and you get to pick the three, four or five, depending on the number of triggering symbols. Each reveals a cash prize.
Dragon Progressive Jackpot
The four jackpot totals above the reels display the various amounts to be won and the good news is that it’s triggered randomly on any spin. You now play a Wheel Of Fortune game until you collect three matching colours which determines your prize.
The bigger your bet, the better chance there is of triggering the jackpot game.
Gamble any base game wins by correctly choosing red or black in the card game; there’s a win limit of £1000 but a wrong guess ends the round with nothing.
We’re inclined to prefer Fei Cui Gong Zhu over Nian Nian You Yu just because it has more in the way of bonus features as well as the progressive jackpot and a gamble feature (if you’re so inclined). It’s a decent addition to the swelling ranks of oriental-themed games. The RTP is 96.93%.