|Manufacturer:||Net Entertainment||Bet Per Spin:||£0.01 – £60.00|
|Bonus Features:||Yes||Free Spins:||Yes|
|RTP:||93.30%||Game Type:||Video Slot|
The world of the travelling showman is a faintly mysterious one; there’s a certain aura which accompanies the traditional caravans and within one of those vehicles will be the fortune teller. This person uses crystal balls, tarot cards and any number of other means to predict your fortune and there are plenty of people willing to place their belief in these characters.
Fortune Teller from Net Entertainment makes the most of this theme with this online slot machine and it’s certainly a great-looking game; the soundtrack is a combination of appropriate sound effects and complementary music and the reels are set against the ornate, decorated wall of a caravan.
As you might expect with a slot that includes cards, the lower value 10 and J symbols are painted on to tarot cards and the Q, K and A are painted onto tambourines. The higher value symbols are all objects associated with out fortune-telling lady such as her caravan, a black cat and a wild-looking horse.
Special symbols are the fortune teller bonus, the crystal ball scatter and a mystical sign wild.
Tarot Bonus Game
This is the minor bonus feature in Fortune Teller and it gets activated when you land three or more bonus symbols on successive reels on an active payline. You’ll then be whisked to a screen displaying a set of upturned cards as you can see from the video below.
Now pick one from the bottom row to reveal a cash prize – keep working your way up until you reach the top or turn over the death card which indicates the end of the game.
It’s a good old free spins round and you can trigger it by landing three or more of the crystal ball scatter symbols anywhere on the reels; this will reward you with a pretty generous 12 free spins with an added bonus that all prizes will be tripled.
If you’re of the opinion that more bonus features make a better game then you’ll like this slot; it has the usual top notch Net Entertainment graphics and animations and a soundtrack that manages to be both creepy and entertaining.