Tian Di Yuan Su Slots

A large of the world today follows a religion which has only one God and here in the west, we usually have one, dominant religion. But in China, it’s a very mixed back. The teaching of Confucius and Buddhism had the most impact, but Taoism, Christianity and Islam have seen Chinese worshippers, and these religions mix with their own beliefs with ancestor spirits or the God of Wealth. This sort of religious aspect is carried over into Tian Di Yuan Su or Gods of Nature, which portrays the many Gods that reign over nature and the Sun and the Moon that keep them all in balance with each other. This is the setting you find when you first boot up the slot and take a look at the playing field which offers 5 reels and 30 paylines. Spirits of Sun and Moon act as Wilds and Scatters respectively and are used to trigger special features. Wilds double any win they are a part of, while three or more Scatters will give you free spins with the option of winning more turns and multipliers for the bonus’ duration.

How to Play

The user interface follows the RTG’s recently updated look. It’s sleek, clearly marked and as a small adjustment made for this game specifically, one of the elements will trace along the Spin button while you’re idle. On top of that, you have a gorgeous backdrop of a Chinese temple built on top of a mountainside and occasionally symbols will light up with small animations, such as wind blowing through their hair. Very good visuals in this RTG release! As for gameplay, Tian Di Yuan Su is built specifically to make you strive to hit the special feature as much as possible. The wins you can get outside of the bonus are decent enough, but the jackpot will likely remain inaccessible without it. During base spins, at best you can hope for a 2x multiplier that comes from scoring a win with Wild present, while the free spins allow the multiplier to climb up to as much as 33x, making it obviously superior. If you like chasing special features, you’ll love playing this game.

Betting Options and Payout

You can wager between $0.30 per spin up to $30, giving gamblers a variety of choices to try out and see what works for them. Like a lot of newer RTG releases, the paylines are fixed this time around, so you can’t turn them on or off as you might like. Big wins are hidden away behind the free spins, which reward just 8 to start off, but then allow gamblers to win more extra turns and multipliers. This can quickly stack up and become super profitable.

Symbols and Extra Features

It feels like RTG has gone out of their way to make the symbols look awesome. They have little animations attached to them and each one is a human representation of the five elements – water, fire, earth, wood and metal. These are high paying icons, while the elements themselves are lower paying symbols. Finally, the Sun and the Moon are Wilds and Scatters, respectively. Three or more Scatters earn you 8 free games with several bonus picks. The amount of bonus picks is determined by how many Scatters activated the special feature. These picks allow gamblers to win more extra turns and increase the prize multiplier, up to a maximum of 33 free spins and a 15x multiplier. Additionally, this bonus can be retriggered, and adds an additional 15 free spins on top of the existing ones.

Our Verdict

It has good visuals, the gameplay is solid and, with a bit of patience, it can put out some good wins. It takes a little while before it opens up, but with the promise of 50,000 coins as a maximum win, we doubt there are too many players who can refuse. So, explore the balance of the elements and if you reach perfect harmony, you might find a prize awaiting you.
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Game Details
Software:
Realtime Gaming
Release Date:
2018
Reels:
5
Paylines:
30
Progressive:
Yes
Mobile:
Yes
Scatter Symbol:
Yes
Wild Symbol:
Yes
Bonus Game:
Yes
Free Spins:
Yes
Multiplier:
Yes
Autoplay:
Yes
Coin Range:
$0.01 - $1
Max Bet:
$30
Jackpot:
50,000 coins