Long Mu Fortunes – Microgaming – slot review and play for free.
This one is actually from a Microgaming studio partner – Fortune Factory.
The game is a take on classic Asian-themed offline slots.
Long Mu Fortunes features the Fortune Pot (randomly adds coins whenever a Red Dragon appears).
Respins in the base game
Stacked Wilds that fill the reel if they land partway in.
A major and a Grand jackpot.
Pretty much everything you want to see in this style of slot. Apart from those odd little Baby Gods that you generally see in a pick and click – which is a result, they get on my nerves. Hang on they’re not hiding somewhere here are they?
The titular Long Mu is an important figure in Chinese mythology – she was an orinary women who was deified after she raised five baby dragons.
I’d deify her too – you wouldn’t want to argue with her would you?
The base game is fun, you’ll see frequent red Dragon respins to keep you entertained.
When a red Dragon appears it grants a respins and continues to do so until no win lands on the reels.
During the respins extra dragons are added and they include multipliers the first additional dragon is 1x, the second is 2x, I’ve never seen 4 on the reels at once.
It also fill up the pot at the top.
All of which makes it an enjoyable experience as you chase the oh-so-elusive free spins.
But surely they are worth waiting for?
Long Mu Fortunes free spins
Landing 3 scatter symbols on reels 2, 3 and 4 will give you 10 free spins.
During the free spins any dragons that land will become sticky – leading to massive win potential.
You’ll need to get used to a fair bit of this post free spins…
Stick with it though if you enjoy the base game as the potential is there in the free spins round.
The only difference in the free spins round is the multipliers on the dragons.
It’s a big difference though as you can pull a 27x multiplier!
All other wins are multiplied by 2x.
Long Mu Fortunes- Conclusion
This is one of the better games from the Microgaming partners so far.
The game is really nicely put together.
The downside is the bonus round – the multiplier is nice but they could have done something a bit different. Sticky Wilds or a different modifier.
As it is if you like the base game you’ll like the bonus game.
If you don’t really get on with the base game it’s just not worth chasing the free spins round.
Give it a go for free in the demo game at the top of the review.
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