Like many of the slot machine games from Skywind Group, Shen Long Bao Shi aims at pleasing those slot lovers who favour Chinese themed slots. However, this one is far less thematic than many of its counterparts, with most of the symbols which appear on the reels of this game being precious stones, rather than true Chinese luck or dragon themed imagery. Shen Long Bao Shi offers up just 10 paylines over its 5 reels and players cannot alter those. They can, however, alter their coin values from 0.01 up to 300.00 (an amazing coin range, to say the least) and that will see total bets cost as little as 0.10 per spin, or as much as 3,000.00 per spin, depending on how much cash you have to splash. At most, players can hope to win as much as 300x their total bet, which is a rather petite non-progressive prize if we’re being honest. It is won when 5 coin symbols appear on a line.
There may only be 10 paylines in this game, but they pay in both directions. This means that players can pocket wins from right to left across the reels, as well as the more customary left to right direction.
Wild symbols appear as dragons and these colourful images can expand to occupy whole reels when they appear. Unfortunately, they do only show up on the second, third and fourth reels, and offer no cash prizes of their own accord.
Landing expanding wilds on any reel will trigger a wild re-spin. This feature will see the wild expand to occupy a whole reel and remain frozen in place for the subsequent re-spin. If any new wilds land on the reels during that spin, another re-spin will be granted with the original wilds remaining frozen in place, too. At most, then, you can have 3 re-spins, and on the final one, all three central reels would be wild.
This bonus comes at a cost, and the cost is that there is no regular free spins bonus round included in Shen Long Bao Shi.
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