Let’s play Fortune Girl, the new video slot from Microgaming. It was just released in May of 2017.
The design is an Eastern theme, which is proving to be very popular for slot games of today. 2D manga is the major part of this game. It is encased in a gold frame with piles of coins around it. We see Asian lanterns which shine down on the game. Also the Fortune Girl logo (wild), golden door, silver ingots, chests filled with gold coins and abacuses. There are 5 reels and 15 paylines in this game. It is a non progressive.
This game features a mystery symbol feature, free spin bonus game, and payable achievements. That is plenty of chances to win big as far as games go. The mystery symbols are the shop doors, and when it shows up it will turn into any one of the other symbols on the screen, including scatter and wilds. It comes 4 stacked in the base game, and 20 stacked in the free spins.
The Fortune Girl game logo is wild and replaces all other symbols on screen except scatter.
The Golden Lion is the scatter symbol, as you can find it in the mystery symbol stack, and it pays out whether you find 3 or 15 of them. 15 pays 1200 times your bet, so it’s a good symbol for the mystery stacks to reveal. Get 3 or more scatters and you’ll trigger 14 free spins, where the mystery symbols are now stacked 20 high. The free spins start at a 1x multiplier, and will increase to 2x, 3x and then finally 5x every time you get 3 scatters on screen. All sounds good right?
Now for my thoughts. I’m not sure if it was just bad luck or if this game just refuses to reveal its secrets. Although the big win potential is there, it just didn’t happen for me. I’ve been reading similar reviews, so my feelings of bad luck are likely true. The game is tight, and you need a big bank roll and a lot of luck to see this game really unlock its potential. Give Fortune Girl a go at Microgaming casinos. Platinum Play and Grand Mondial are just two reputable online casinos where you will find Fortune Girl.