Lady of Fortune Video Slot review
Lady of Fortune is a 5 reel 15 payline video slot powered by Play ‘N Go. It has quite a soft feel to it where the Lady of Fortune herself can bring you good fortune. You can play from as little as 15p a spin to as much as £18.75 a spin. The game is available both online and via your mobile/tablet device and benefits from wild multiplier symbols and a Pick a Prize feature.
This game is all about luck as the symbols are made up of lucky shapes such as the lucky seven, the golden horse shoe and the four leaf clover. Lady of Fortune uses 4 wild symbols – these are multipliers of 2x, 3x, 4x and 5x. When one of the wild symbols appears in a winning combination, it will multiply the prize by the wild multiplier value meaning that wins can be multiplied up to 5x on every single spin.
Look out for the Lady of Fortune bonus symbol as 3 on reels 1, 3 and 5 will activate the Pick a Prize Bonus feature. You need to simply select one of the bonus symbols to reveal a cash prize ranging up to 150 times your stake. I’ve managed to get 150 times my stake once only but 100 times my stake a few times now which is good.
Lady of Fortune I would say is a low/medium variance game with bigger wins coming in the bonus feature – it’s disappointing there is no free spins feature but I’ve had some nice wins in the base game getting a 4x or 5x wild multiplier. It’s quite a relaxing slot game which is soothing but I tend to like faster paced games with the potential to win big – Riches of Ra by Play ‘N Go is a better slot in my opinion.
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