NextGen Gaming Thai Sunrise Video Slot Review

Take a virtual trip to Bangkok in Thai Sunrise, a 5 reel, 25 payline video slot powered by NextGen Gaming. It’s a simple game that comes with a single feature round. It has the potential to be a good one though as it delivers up to 30 free spins where all payouts are trebled. Stakes range from between 25p and £125 per spin.

NextGen Gaming hasn’t really pushed the boat out as far as the design of Thai Sunrise goes – set against a cityscape backdrop, the reels include lower value A to 9 playing cards and a selection of symbols that come with more of a Thai flavour. They include a fan, a tuk tuk motorbike and a grand statue.

Most rewarding of the standard symbols is the pink flower which awards 1,000 coins if you land 5 on a payline. Better still is the Thai girl as she is the game’s wild. Find 2, 3, 4 or 5 of these in combination and you’ll pocket 10, 100, 1,000 or 6,000 coins.

The other symbol to look out for is the sunrise scene which is the scatter. The cashier will spin to the tune of 5, 20 or 100 times your stake if you land 3, 4 or 5 of them anywhere on the reels on the same spin. You’ll also trigger the Free Games feature where you’ll receive 15 free spins.

All winners landed during the feature round benefit from a 3x multiplier and are trebled. You can add to your haul of free spins by landing 3 more scatters which will give you 30 free spins in total. Again, the 3x multiplier will be in play.

If you like video slots to come with high-end design and a range of features, then Thai Sunrise will likely leave you feeling a little disappointed. There’s nothing flashy on offer here, either in terms of design or gameplay. The imagery is basic and the backing track sounds like an old school fruity with the occasional giggle from the girl or Thai music thrown in.

The gameplay is equally simple. The free spins round is decent enough thanks to the multiplier though. Thai Sunrise is a very basic game. If you like your play to be simple then this trip to Asia offers just that. If you fancy something a little more exotic, you’d be advised to try other Asian themed offering’s like Quickspin’s Wins of Fortune.

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