|Game:||Reel Of Fortune||Paylines:||20|
|Manufacturer:||Rival Gaming||Bet Per Spin:||£0.20 – £50.00|
||No||Genre:||TV & Film|
|Bonus Features:||Yes||Free Spins:||No|
|RTP:||96.21%||Game Type:||Video Slot|
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Online slots based on television shows aren’t hard to find and we’ve reviewed plenty in the past. In fact you can even check out our top five film and television slots by clicking here and now there’s one more to add to the total. Reel Of Fortune is from Rival Gaming and it’s theme is a 1970s game show in which the prizes are very contemporary. Keep reading to find out more.
Reel Of Fortune is a five reel slot with up to twenty paylines and those reels are framed by glowing light bulbs on all sides. The host and hostess occupy little circles at the top of the screen, teeth gleaming in the studio lights.
All the main symbols are the prizes which can be won on this show and they are all standard 70s items such as a barbecue, food mixer, golf clubs, television, scooter, fridge, washing machine, speed boat, car and camper van.
There is no wild symbol but there are two scatter symbols – the curtain and the Plunko – which activate their own features.
Trigger this game by landing three or more of the Plunko scatter symbols anywhere on the reels and you will now get to play a Pachinko-style game in which you get to drop one ball into the machine.
Use the mouse cursor to let the ball go with the aim of dropping it into the most valuable sections at the bottom. Half way down you will get the opportunity to nudge the ball left or right on it’s journey – this helped us win the top prize as you can see from the video above.
This feature is triggered by landing three or more of the curtain symbols anywhere in view. You will now be shown a screen displaying three curtains; behind two is a bag of cash and behind the other is the donkey. Just pick a curtain with the cash to win – you can then make another pick and keep picking until you eventually find the donkey.
Reel Of Fortune Online Slots Playing Tips
Where the ball falls in the Plunko game is probably random but perhaps you can give yourself a chance by aiming it for the groups of larger prizes at the bottom. Do the same when it comes to the halfway nudge.
This is a good-looking game with an amusing array of retro symbols on show. The two bonus features seem relatively easy to trigger and the sound effects are very unintrusive.