Shui Guo Cai Fu Slot Review
[ 27-06-2020 ]

Shui Guo Cai Fu Slot Review

You may not have heard of PT Gaming but they have been around since 2012 and have a reputation for polished graphics and engrossing gameplay. Their stable of online slots has some truly lovely games in it. With this in mind, then you might expect their Shui Guo Cai Fu video slot to deliver a bit more.  Find out more at Tony88 Malaysia Online Slots.

The board has 5 reels and a decent 40 paylines, giving you plenty of options for wins on bets from 2 up to 600. Here you have classic slot machine symbols: bars and 7s, plus plenty of different types of fruit, from plums to oranges to lemons. They’re all bright, bold colours, with a 2D style to them. Look out for the pineapple patterned group of bells, while it might have you scratching your head at what exactly it’s supposed to be, then it does give you the highest payout, 5 of these symbols paying a not too shabby 1,200 coins.

High limits players may not find this game to be offering the highest payouts overall though, and more serious punters may be put off by this. As a plus though, this slot is mobile-compatible. To be fair, the basic graphics don’t look like they need a great deal to run but, there’s nevertheless smooth play on mobile devices.

PT Gaming have some truly lovely looking games out there so it’s worth checking them out. Dolphin Delight is a fab online slot with an under the sea theme, cute aquatic characters and some amazing free spins with stacking wilds available. If you were wanting the Asian theme that didn’t appear with Shui Guo Cai Fu then have a look at Flaming Phoenix, which combines slick graphics and a fiery style with some interesting gameplay.

If you do happen to enjoy the retro gaming style though, then there are plenty of other options out there. Supertron by Simbat is one that really pushes that classic arcade style, complete with flashing lights, nudges, shiny metal levers and all the joys of dropping your coins in.

PT Gaming have some beautiful games out there, but sadly their free Shui Guo Cai Fu slot falls a bit short in comparison. Some punters may be drawn to the classic arcade style and retro feel, but it’s surely going to a limited market and the gameplay is unlikely to keep gamblers engrossed for long periods – especially the more casual gamblers who prefer to play for fun.

There are some nice multipliers from the scatter symbols, so those who play for real money may think it’s worthwhile to try some spins, but the average jackpots again may not tempt many. In terms of both graphics and the game itself, it would be fair to say that you can find more entertaining online slots out there than this effort.

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