[ 01-06-2020 ]
CHINESE KITCHEN SLOT REVIEW
Chinese Kitchen slot machine, as the name suggests, is a Chinese restaurant themed game from the Playtech slots team, that while simple, is very playable. The mobile slot is great because it is played in portrait due to its 3 reels. The game has 9 paylines, and a very reasonable max jackpot of 1,000x per line bet. The full details of the game can be found in the full Chinese Kitchen slot review below. Find out more at Tony88 Malaysia Online Slots!
We spent a lot of time reviewing the latest and most exciting mobile slots out there, but every now and then our readers like to take it back to basics with a classic title. This one is definitely for them.
Continuing the culinary theme found in other games we’ve reviewed like Harveys, the Chinese Kitchen slot is a simple three-reel, eight-payline slot that does more or less exactly what it says on the tin. The reels themselves are set in the kitchen of an Asian restaurant with two more-than-slightly un-PC caricatures standing to the right of them and a range of exotic dishes acting as the unique icons.
Playable for anywhere between RM0.01 and RM120.00, the Chinese Kitchen slot machine is a game that caters for all bankroll levels and it can also be enjoyed on mobile and tablet device for fans of on-the-go gaming. The slot boasts a maximum base game jackpot of 1,000x players’ bet per line amount, but in truth there’s not that much more to it as there are no features and not so much as a wild symbol either.
Scraps From The Table
As such, Chinese Kitchen is a game that will only really appeal to players who can’t be bothered with the rigmarole of having to click through complicated bonus rounds and mini-games. We’d say that it’s a game that can pretty much be played on autopilot throughout, but sadly even that’s not an option because the slot doesn’t include an autoplay feature to keep the reels spinning on their own.
Instead players will have to select their options manually – which can be a bit of a drag – but the flipside is that when it comes to picking paylines, they can actively choose not just the number in play, but the specific lines that they want too. In that respect, the game is a bit like ordering from an Asian takeaway menu – you pick the number that you want and hope that something tasty arrives!
Plain As Boiled Rice?
As you’ve probably already realised, there’s not an awful lot to say about the Chinese Kitchen slot. The game is perfectly functional – if in slightly questionable taste – but it doesn’t any boast mainstream appeal.