Prosperity Palace Slots

Just when we feel like we’re in the mood for something new, Play'n GO happens to release a new slot to occupy us for some time. Do they keep our offices wiretapped so they can get all our paychecks at once? We can’t prove it just yet, but in the meantime, we’ve enjoyed a rather simple, but fun title from the Swedish developers. The 5-reel, 10-payline game that pays left to right, which offers a single, very fun bonus and relies on you gambling your win higher for a good score – or alternatively, getting bad luck and losing it all in a horror story.

How to Play

The visuals are decent, but they don’t particularly stand out much either. The graphics make it clear it is a game more designed for eastern audiences such as China, and while that’s fine, the red, gold and green colours and repeats of the same symbols over and over don’t really do much to intrigue us anymore. They were fun a few years ago, something new and exotic, but it seems every month or two one of these comes out, and they feel as bad as those stereotypical Irish games that were super popular at one time. On the gameplay front, it’s a rather simple affair. You have a bit of a boring streak going from time to time, until the three golden statues fall into place, and you get a brief high from the free spins, before you’re back spinning to retrigger them. It’s not ideal, but the core gameplay loop works out nicely enough to keep people interested and spinning most of the time, especially if you include the gambles into the mixture.

Betting Options and Payout

You’d be, in fact, hard pressed to ignore the gamble button, as it highlights each and every time you win anything. It’s clear that Play’n GO have a clear intent to incentivise you to press it and try your luck. Ultimately, this is going to boil down to the individual player – we generally avoid clicking it no matter what, so our experience might have been a bit sourer than someone who kept trying their chances. Give it a try, but we think all the massive wins are going to be with the free spins bonus.

Symbols and Extra Features

We’re generally okay with the symbols on offer, but we really don’t see them as particularly inspired or new. Prosperity Palace seems to have gone down a safer route with their design, and we’re not sure we’re particularly thrilled about it. Nothing much wrong with their icons, but there’s anything that really stands out either. Beyond that, there is only a single special feature to speak of, and that is the free spins. Three of the golden statues can appear on the reels, and when they do, they reward ten free spins – not much really unique to it, apart from the fact you can re-trigger for another ten extra turns if you’re really lucky. It’s quite decent, but it doesn’t break that averageness for us, which is how we might describe this whole game.

Our Verdict

It’s fair to say that Prosperity Palace just failed to really hit the right notes with us. It has only one special feature, but it’s hardly anything mind-blowing or too fun, it follows a theme we’ve seen done many times over, and the wins were decent, but not particularly amazing either. It’s just average, it doesn’t feel like there’s been a lot of effort put into it, rather, it feels like a copied project with a new coat of paint. For us, personally, it’s tough to recommend, but give it a go for yourself and see if you like it.
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Coin Range:
$0.01 - $10.00
Max Bet:
50,000 coins