|Name:||Fu Er Dai|
|Software:||Play N Go|
|Game Type:||Video slot|
|Whats hot:||Whats not so hot:|
|High variance Chinese themed slots that pays 5,000x your stake on a single spin||No free spins feature|
|Stacked wilds with re-spins|
|Can be played on mobile phones|
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Developers of online slots often come up with interesting titles and themes for their games, Play N’ Go’s newest slot release, Fu Er Dai video slot is a shining example. If you’re wondering what ‘Fu Er Dai’ means its Chinese interpretation means “Rich Second Generation” or simply children of the nouveau riche in China. The slots is now available at all our leading Play N Go online casinos.
According to Wikipedia, ”Nouveau Riche” is a derogatory term to describe wealth that has been acquired within a generation, the equivalent English term is the “new rich” or “new money”.
Fu Er Dai slots features sublime visual animations that has a blingy feel to it, 10 paylines, 5 reels, loads of expanding wilds and pays a top non-progressive jackpot of 5,000x your stake. The RTP or theoretical return to the player percentage is 96.5%.
For what it’s worth it’s a high variance slots so be prepared to spend a few bob to unlock its riches. The smallest bet per spin is 10 pence up to £100 playable on PC desktops or mobile phones. To get an idea how the game pays at different coin levels it can be played in the free mode too.
Against the backdrop of the reels you’ll see a glitzy bar along with paying symbols such as cards from 10 to Ace, expensive watches, banknotes, gold keys, the golden dragon (wild) and mobile phones. The symbol that pays the top cash prize is the bloke, if you hit pay of them on an active payline you’ll win 1,500 coins.
Before you play choose the right coin be levels so that it’s in line with your bankroll. If your budget is £250 it’s pointless betting £100 per spin rather wager £5 per spin which equates to 50 real money spins, it gives you ample opportunity to cash in on those expanding/sticky wilds which we’ll discuss further on in this review. If you plan on playing for an hour or more use the Auto Play feature, it spins the reels automatically for you up to 1,000 times.
Regrettably Fu Er Dai does not have a free spins bonus feature, central to it are the wilds, when 2 wilds appear the ‘Win Spins’ bonus mode is triggered. The wild symbol is the golden dragon, if it pitches on the 3 middle reels it expands revealing a mysterious girl with a dragon tattoo on her back which expands covering the entire reel. A re-spin is awarded while the expanded wild sticks to the reels.
The Win Spins bonus mode is played when 2 wilds appear which guarantees you 5 wins spins. An expanding wild sticks to the reels which gives you 3 winning spins. The nice bit about the feature is that when another wild pops up it adds another win spin to your current tally. If lady luck smiles on you a total of 20 win spins can be won.
In terms of overall play Fu Er Dai slots is pretty basic. Its focal point is its stacked wild re-spins which can lead to payouts in excess of 5,000x your stake on a single spin. Because it’s a high volatility slots brace yourself for a few dry spins, there were times we didn’t receive a single payout for up to 10 money spins.
High rollers will enjoy this one because it’s a flashy affair with volatility action that has bite. With that being said, if you’re looking for a game with extra in-play bonus modes we highly recommend another Play N’ Go high variance slots, Grim Muerto (https://casinowhizz.com/slots/grim-muerto-slot-review-bonus/).