Play’n GO’s best slots
The entertaining slot: Prissy Princess
A good example of slot meets fairytale. A blonde Princess in search of love while four suitors (three humans and a dragon) are after her heart. Cue a Tournament Mode where you have to choose one of the suitors (including the Dragon) to go as far in the jousting competition as possible. The more rounds in which your ‘chosen one’ doesn’t finish last, the more rounds you play and the more you win.
Or maybe you’re fortunate enough to trigger the Dragon’s Pride round. Here if all three of the human suitors appear on the reels at once, the reel becomes an Expanding Wild.
Finally, no love-filled fairytale would be complete without a Tower so you may be able to come across the Crumbling Tower round; symbols on winning lines rumble to give you a re-spin.
Lots to look forward to.
Most famous Slot: (Rich Wilde and the) Book of Dead
Available at just about every online casino under the sun, including of course Mr Green, this one stars an Indiana Jones-like character who loves the thrill of the chase as much as finding the treasures he’s in search of.
Most of the symbols (other than our hero himself) are Egyptian-inspired and this is a slot that’s all about the free spins.
Before you start them, the slot will randomly select one symbol to be your special symbol for the duration of the round; the more valuable a symbol you get, the better for you. Meaning the best symbol you can get is Rich Wilde himself.
That’s because if you get two or three of them on a spin, they’ll expand across all 10 reels. And that’s when Rich can become very rich indeed.
Mr Green’s favourite slot: 7 Sins
The concept of the seven deadly sins was immortalised in the Brad Pitt film ’Seven’ but it’s been around for a whole lot longer than that. And a few years ago, Play’n GO made this great slot as a tribute to the concept.
Each of the seven sins are represented by a seductive lady but they’re not the most important symbol. That’s the golden urn and that’s your key to unlocking the free spins round. You’ll need three of those and unsurprisingly, what follows are seven free spins, each one with one of the ‘sinners’ taking turns acting as an Expanded Wild on the middle reel.
Not only that but before the spins get under way, you’ll be told what your multiplier is, between 1x and 7x.
There’s a decent second prize if you only get two golden urns, rather than three. It’s called a Second Chance and it allows you to pick one of the seven sinners. Once you do, a multiplier will appear and that’s what you multiply your stake by to see what you won. Beware though because one of the sinners isn’t carrying a multiplier at all. What a killjoy.
It’s a great game with an unusual theme and typical of the high-quality stuff that Play’n GO produce with such regularity.