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Tower Quest is a popular new game from Play ‘N Go, and while the game can appear a little confusing at first – particularly to new Video Slot players – once you get the hang of it, it’s exciting, enjoyable, and can be fairly profitable as well!
The game is set back in the times of Castles and Kings and Queens, and your job as a player is to fight the evil wizard and collect prizes!
Built on a traditional Play ‘N Go 5-reel, 20-pay line setup, the game looks like many of their other creations including Huge and Golden Caravan, but the main difference with Tower Quest is that it boasts a feature that is… well… fantastic!
As you play, you’ll notice that you collect blue and red flasks along your journey. Once you fill-up the relevant vials, you’ll then enter a free spins round, which gives you a variety of “perks”, including multipliers and additional free spins.
The main bonus is triggered by landing 3 or more of the scatter symbols, and this will then activate the bonus feature. Here, you get to play what looks to be a card game – against the evil wizard – and you start by rolling the dice, which determines the cards you’re dealt.
It’s relatively hard to explain, so you’ll get a much better hang of the bonus by playing yourself – but the general ethos is that the longer you continue playing, the more you win, and this is definitely one of the more intuitive features from Play ‘N Go, and it’s nice to see something very different in the market today.
Is one of the top games currently around, and because of this, it’s been made fully available to players using mobile phones and tablet devices. iOS, Android, Blackberry, and Windows users can all enjoy the mobile version of the game hassle-free, and alongside an Internet connection, there’s nothing else you need in order to begin having fun! Simply navigate to the casino website you normally play at, find the game, and the mobile version will be ready!
Pros: Fun, exciting, and different, Tower Quest offers an experience Play ‘N Go players won’t have encountered before.
Cons: The game bonus round is hard to trigger, but for good reason, when you DO trigger it, typically pays pretty generously.