Award-winning software provider’s latest Premium release sees players pass into an ancient Chinese realm where unique “Quadspins” can result in four times the fun
This month, hot-shot software providers Swintt is inviting players to step into a world of mystery and wonder in Lucky Fortune Door – the new Chinese culture-inspired slot where an innovative Quadspin mechanic can potentially heighten the excitement after every base game win.
As the latest title in Swintt’s popular collection of Premium releases, Lucky Fortune Door adheres to the same stylistic choices that have made the collection such a success. Played out across a simple 5×3 reel matrix with 10 fixed pay lines, players will discover icons of the Far East such as red dragons, yin and yang pendants and lucky coins lining up alongside the classic ace-through-ten playing card values.
Where Lucky Fortune Door really stands out from Swintt’s other Premium games, however, is in the introduction of special Quadspins that can be triggered whenever players land a base game win of at least four times their selected bet. Whenever this happens, they can either claim their current prize or choose how much of it should be used for the resulting Quadspin round before action gets underway.
Should they decide to enter the Quadspin round, the gameboard will be quartered and the subsequent spins will take place over four separate reel sets, potentially quadrupling the prizes on offer. Not only that, but during Quadspins a mystery symbol is added to the reels and – should this icon appear on any gameboard – all instances of it will be replaced by a random symbol to create additional pay outs.
Of course, should players continue to land wins of four times their bet or greater, they can elect to remain in Quadspin mode for longer, with a maximum of 50 Quadspin rounds up for grabs in each set. This in turn increases the chances of them going on a prolonged winning streak – a goal which will be aided by the fact that all pay lines in Lucky Fortune Door play from both left-to-right and right-to-left.
David Mann, Chief Executive Officer at Swintt, said: “At Swintt, we’re always dreaming up new and innovative ways to reinvent the classic land-based slot machine format – and in our latest Premium release, Lucky Fortune Door, we’ve managed to do just that by introducing the Quadspins mechanic.
“With this simple but rewarding feature potentially giving players four separate chances to boost their base game prize, we’re sure Quadspins will prove a welcome gameplay addition that can seriously crank up the excitement after each spin and we hope to be able to roll it out across more slots soon.”