A wonderfully designed and visually stunning slot, even if its main theme is generic and overly predictable, Skywind Group’s Fu Bao Bao is a cracking slot to play if you love Far Eastern themed slots. The Fu Bao Bao slot features a considerable number of paylines (50 in all) spread over its 5 reels, but players won’t be able to tinker with those. Players can, however, alter their total bets, which can fluctuate from a minimum of 0.80 per spin (a costly minimum bet to say the least) up to 2,400 coins per spin. With a little luck, you can hope to pocket wins worth as much as 200x your total bet in this slot. This is a pretty poor return giving the wagering range. The top prize is yours if you can land 5 white dragon icons on any payline in the game.
The white dragon icons do more than just cough up the small non-progressive jackpot prize. These icons also double up as wild symbols. Wild symbols can substitute for all other symbols in the game save for the two firecracker icons.
The firecracker icons are coloured both orange and red. Red ones will trigger a free games bonus when 8 or more appear on the reels (they can appear stacked), whilst orange ones only appear in the bonus round itself, and can turn into wilds when they do show up.
As for the main special feature, that is a free games bonus, as we’ve said, and it can offer you an amazing number of spins if you strike it lucky.
The Lucky Bao Zhu feature is the main bonus in this game. It is triggered when players land 8 or more firecracker icons on the reels. The Lucky Bao Zhu bonus is actually a free spin feature, and one which can deliver you a total of 5, 8, 10, 12, 15, 18, 20, 25, 28, 38, 58, 68 or a lucky 88 spins when 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 or 20 such symbols appear anywhere on the reels. During the feature, orange firecracker icons are replaced by white dragon icons, which can lock into place on the reels.
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