Nowadays there’s a slew of slot games that look really good but looks can be deceiving at times since a pretty face can only get you so far. If it doesn’t pay it’s pointless playing it. One game that has me smiling from ear to ear is NetEnt’s Divine Fortune.
What makes the game even more spectacular is that it’s a progressive jackpot slots with a high RTP (return to player percentage) of 9%6.5! And, you can win a huge amount of cash at the lowest bet per spin which fits me like a glove since I’m a low stakes player. At times it’s best to be in for that elusive pound rather than for a penny. Then again the last thing you want to do is when playing a progressive slots is penny wise and pound foolish.
As a slots ‘connoisseur’ I decided to play Divine Fortune since many players highly recommend it. I was pleasantly surprised by its game mechanics which includes the following: an expanding wild that really spruces up wins during the main game, 3 progressive jackpot levels and a free spins feature that awards you up to 12 free spins. Extra re-spins can be won every time the expanded wild pitches during the free spins. Group all the bonus modes under one banner you have a great slots that really has the potential for some big wins.
Of particular interest during the main game is the Pegasus symbol or the expanding wild. When it appears on the reels it expands but the nice bit about it is that it becomes sticky boosting wins by a hefty margin. I managed 6 wilds or a ‘Super Mega’ win of a 1,427 coins (£31.86), the total amount of cash I’ve won during the main game was £200.
To the right of your screen you’ll see a canopic jar when the wild appears one coin is added to it. Once the jar is full of coins the ‘Minor Jackpot’ is triggered. I triggered it a couple of times, if memory serves me correct I think you need 4 or 5 coins. A new screen opens up, you receive 5 spins, on the reels you’ll see coins and laurels, every time a coin lands one re-spin is awarded. As long as those coins keep on pitching you can win a bunch of re-spins. For the duration of the feature I won 1,500 coins (£32) or 80x my stake! Unfortunately I failed to trigger the ‘Major’ and ‘Mega’ jackpots.
It it wasn’t for the super wins I had during the base game I would never have triggered the free spins feature. To be precise it took me 695 spins (695x£.40=£278)! By the time I triggered the free spins I practically broke even I took a huge risk but it paid off. The free spins feature is triggered by 3 or more free spins symbols (Hand gripping thunderbolt). 3 Scatters gives you 5 free spins, 4 awards you 8 and 5 of them gives you a handy 12 free spins.
Keep a close eye on the expanding wild during the free spins it becomes sticky offering re-spins. Three wilds appeared which gave me a couple of re-spins and a total win of £20.90 (1045 coins). I won £40 during the free spins.
My philosophy in life is ‘KISS’ or ‘Keep It Simple Stupid’. If you have a large bankroll of a £1,000 start off with a minimum stake of £2, if you hit it big cash out at least 60% of your bankroll and play with the rest.
Only a few slot games’ base game wins are as good as this one’s thanks to those expanding wilds during the main game and free spins. This is a progressive slots don’t become alarmed if you have 20 or 30 dead spins irrespective of the game’s high RTP of 96.6%. The most I had was 9 dry spins but I was fortunate enough to hit a bunch of expanding wilds which kept the bankroll ticking over nicely.
In summary. Divine Fortune is a progressive jackpot slots that is a ”hit it hard and quit while you’re ahead” kinda slots. Expect a highly volatile experience on this game since it takes a pretty penny to trigger the free spins mode. It’s teeming with a bunch of bonus games and great graphics, I’d say it’s a pretty darn good slots that offered me great value for money.
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