Fu Er Dai slot - Free Play - Game Review
Fu Er Dai is a popular game from Play 'n Go that features an oriental theme, albeit combined with the complexities of modern-day life.
Now, from the moment you open up the game you’ll probably notice that Play 'n Go have opted to use a modern modernized format for the game, unlike the one you may be used to if you’ve played any of their older-school titles like Book of Dead before, for example.
This is great, as it means the game is actually built using HTML5 technology, and this not only allows for smoother, more-fluid gameplay, but it also allows players to enjoy the action from mobile phones, smart tablet devices, and phablets.
Now, in terms of the game’s symbols, you’ll see that the lower-paying ones are made up from traditional playing card symbols, including Ten, Jack, Queen, King, and Ace. The higher-paying symbols include a Princess – who is stacked across all the five reels – a rich Chinese businessman, and a golden Watch.
The main feature found within Fu Er Dai is called the “Wild Dragon Re-Spins”, and this is triggered if you manage to land a Dragon symbol on reels two, three, or four; if and when you do manage to do so, the dragon will transform into the princess we just talked about, and she then sticks in place for a re-spin.
If you manage to land yet another dragon, it too will transform into the princess, while sticking in place. This continues until you either don’t land another dragon, or until all the three middle reels are turned fully-wild, and it’s possible to make HUGE wins in this bonus, thanks to the fact that – well, it’s essentially a full screen – of a certain symbol!
While there’s no free-spins bonus-round or "Pick Me Bonus”, the Dragon Re-Spins feature makes for interesting gameplay, and you’ll find yourself able to enjoy an exciting playing experience, as it tends to drop in quite regularly.
Pros: Fu Er Dai is beautifully designed and features some of the best graphical artwork we’ve seen from Play 'n Go in quite some time.
Cons: The game is pretty low in volatility, which means while wins come often, they’re typically a little smaller than the ones you’re perhaps used too.