Jade is a very valuable material, and it is often used to create ornaments. Chinese jade is particularly well-known, so it won’t come as a surprise to learn you have an exotic ‘spin’ to appreciate in this slot game from Spinomenal.
The real question however is whether you will succeed in unearthing some good prizes by playing this slot.
There are five reels here and you have the exact same number of paylines. This is a small amount but it does at least mean you can cover them all regardless of your budget.
The one cent to ten dollar betting span is in action here, which is often the case when you are looking at Spinomenal slots.
The scatter is some kind of lizard displayed in green, in what looks like a tussle with a golden eagle. This circular symbol can return your bet if you get two of them, but if you can find three, four or five you will get a bigger prize. You will also get five, eight or 12 free spins in addition, depending on the quantity of scatters found.
There is a wild too, which takes the form of a green Buddha. This will help you attain more winning combinations with its power to replace other symbols.
Are you familiar with the number of Spinomenal games that feature the so-called winning multiplier bonus? This takes place throughout the game, and it consists of a meter that runs across the top of the game screen.
The idea is that if you get a spin that doesn’t bring you any prizes, that meter increases by one point. This continues with every successive non-winning spin. When you do then have a spin that wins a prize, you will see that prize multiplied by whatever level of the winning multiplier has been reached. When this happens, the meter goes back to the beginning and we begin again. The highest multiplier is an impressive 15x your usual prize.
As you can see, this slot is very nicely designed and it has the familiar winning multiplier feature on it as well. It won’t be a thrill for everyone, but it might offer you a chance to enjoy something a little different for the time being. Why not see what you think?