The Legend of Shangri La slot - Free Play - Game Review
The Legend Of Shangri-La is a new game from Net Entertainment, and, like we've seen done by Netent in the past, this game uses the 'cluster pays’ format - first made famous in; Aloha! Cluster Pays.
The Legend of Shangri-La is indeed the first game to use the cluster pays format since Aloha! Cluster Pays, and players are eagerly awaiting the arrival of the game, as, by all accounts, it looks to have been hyped up quite a lot by Netent!
The Legend of Shangri-La can be played from just 10p per spin, and the maximum spin amount at most online casinos is £200.
As mentioned, the game uses the cluster pays format, and this essentially does away with conventional pay line systems. Instead, you simply need to land 9 or more symbols in a 3X3 grid. The more symbols you land, the higher the payout, of course!
Sticky Win Re-Spin – the first feature is very similar to that found in the original Aloha! Cluster Pays game, and any time you manage to land two losing clusters on the screens you'll be awarded a re-spin, with the higher-value symbol locked in place. Each time one of the selected symbols lands on the reels from now you'll be awarded another re-spin, and this continues until no other symbol lands.
Free Spins – As is the case with most NetEnt games, the main bonus is delivered in the form of a free spins round, and to trigger this you need to land three or more scatter symbols anywhere in view. Once you manage to do so, you'll be awarded a number of free spins, with the re-spin feature we just talked about present on every spin!
As you'd expect with most games produced by Netent these days, the mobile gaming facilities are pretty spot on, and you'll be able to enjoy the game from almost all smartphones, and tablet devices!
To get started, you need nothing more than your device, and a working internet connection, and simply log onto your chosen online casino, and open up the game to start playing!
Pros: a nice “updated" version of Aloha Cluster Pays, The Legend of Shangri-la is fun to play, and offers great potential in the bonus round!
Cons: players more accustomed to traditional pay-line structures may prefer a more conventional game.