Chinatown is a wonderfully designed 3D slot machine from Slotland. Slotland create very original and inventive slots, and they can only be played at casino sites run under their control. This makes it rather difficult to play this slot at your favourite casinos, unless your favourite casino happens to be Slotland! However, that small problem aside, what can we say about the slot? Chinatown is played over 5 reels and 21 paylines, all of which can be adjusted by the player. Players can also choose to bet anything from 0.02 per line per spin, and 4.00 per line, making the maximum wager a fair and modest 84.00 per spin. Players can scoop a non-progressive jackpot which is worth as much as 1,000x their total bet in this slot, by landing 5 of the statue symbols on any active line.
The statue symbol is known as the bronze head icon, and you already know that it can cough up 1,000 coins if you land it 5 times on a line. What you don’t know is that if you wager at least 5.00 per spin, you can also stand a chance of winning a non-progressive jackpot. Now, that is worth a look.
A wild symbol appears in the guise of swords in this slot. When players land wild symbols on the reels, the wilds will expand and occupy the entire reels, substituting for all other symbols in the slot save for free spin icons.
Free spin symbols appear as Chinese lanterns. When a player lands 3 or more of these on the reels, they will trigger a free spins bonus game. These scatter icons count no matter where they appear on the reels.
Players will begin the free spins bonus round in Chinatown with either 5, 10, or 15 free spins, depending on whether they landed 3, 4 or 5 of the scatter icons on the reels of the game. You can retrigger the feature by landing more scatters on the reels, but there are no special multipliers added to your winnings in this slot.
This slot may be simple, but Chinatown is easily one of the best looking Chinese culture themed slots on the net. If you favour graphics over features, then Chinatown could very well be a slot which is worth looking at. If you’re a features kind of player, then Chinatown is decent but certainly won’t outclass some of the more feature heavy slots with this theme out there on the net.
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