Play ‘N Go Fu Er Dai Slot Review and Free Play

Fu Er Dai: Demo

The phrase Fu Er Dai refers to the children of the expanding Chinese millionaire class and this 5 reel, 10 payline video slot from Play ’N Go has a definite blingy feel. It comes with expanding wilds and up to 20 win spins with sticky wilds. Play on your desktop, tablet or mobile from between 10p and £100 per spin.

As you’d expect given the theme, Fu Er Dai has a flashy look. A glitzy bar forms the backdrop to the reels which includes the usual A to 10 symbols. They’re joined by a selection of gold and gem encrusted objects including watches, wallets full of cash, car keys and mobile phones. Most rewarding is the man who will get you 10, 40, 200 or 1,500 coins if you land 2, 3, 4 or 5 on a payline.

Central to the action in Fu Er Dai are the wilds – the golden dragon symbol is that wild and can land on the middle 3 reels. When it hits, it expands to reveal a mysterious dragon girl which fills the whole of the reel. You’ll then get a re-spin with the expanded wild locked in place.

Land 2 wilds on the same spin and you’ll trigger the Win Spins feature – with 5 win spins. All of these are guaranteed winners. After an expanded wild has hit, it will lock in place for 3 win spins. Any wild that lands during the win spins will add another win spin to your total. Get on a roll here and you could end up with 20 win spins.

The theme here might be blingy but the gameplay is actually fairly basic. Central to everything is the wild. These expanding symbols combined with win spins can lead to some pretty spectacular action of up to 5,000 times your total bet – on each spin. You can expect some lengthy winless spells though as this is a high variance offering.

Play ‘N Go has created better looking and more feature-filled video slots than Fu Er Dai. The stacked wild re-spins still make this a playable one though. If you fancy come flashy, volatile action with a Chinese flavour, Fu Er Dai offers precisely that. If you want more bonus features with high variance, Play ‘N Go’s Grim Muerto is highly recommended.

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