Thai Princess slot - Free Play - Game Review
In the ‘video slot era’, we’ve seen games centring around all types of culture, from Chinese, Oriental games, to North American… and even UK-based games!
One area of the world which has remained relatively ‘untouched’ by software providers, however, is Thailand, and, with the notable expectation of Thai Flower – another popular video slot – Thai Princess, a slot machine game from Blueprint Gaming, is one of the only Thai-themed games around!
This beautifully-designed, elegant, and calm video slot immerses you in a rich Thai culture, and, featuring one of the best musical soundtracks we’ve ever seen from Blueprint Gaming, it’s a game that’s attractive both in terms of its looks and sounds, and the win-potential that it offers.
The game uses two types of symbol; the first are the lower-paying symbols, and these are, as you’d expect with a Blueprint Gaming slot, traditional playing card symbols, including Ten, Jack, Queen, King, and Ace.
The bonus – the “Lotus Flower Bonus” – is triggered by landing three of the pink flower scatter symbols anywhere in view, and you’ll then enter the multi-arena free-spins round.
Here, you’ll see four mini-slot games, and you start in the bottom-left-hand-corner; each time you land a purple scatter symbol during the free-spins, you’ll add to your ‘tally’, and if you reach 12, you’ll unlock the second set of reels, which offers expanding wilds, and 5 extra free-spins.
Manage to collect 18 of the scatter symbols, and you’ll be taken to the third reel-set, which includes expanding wilds and the elimination of the Ten, Jack, and Queen symbols…
And if you can collect 24 of the flower symbols, you’ll be taken to the fourth and final reel-set, which offers expanding wilds, 5 more free-spins, and total elimination of traditional playing card symbols, including Ten, Jack, Queen, King, and Ace!
This bonus-round has HUGE potential, and if you make it to the fourth reel-set, you can easily walk away with a 500X+ win – so it’s well-worth sticking around for!
Pros: While it may not be the most recognisable game in the world, Thai Princess is well-worth checking out, regardless of what type of game you’re used to.
Cons: Hard to find fault here, but the only negative would be the fact that triggering the bonus is quite hard, so be prepared for long “bonus-free” playing spells.