The new slot from Play’n Go is called Matsuri. The provider has been on a hot streak lately, giving us a number of great new slots. First by exploring the realm of mysticism with Jade Magician, and then by taking players to medieval times with Prissy Princess. Now Play’n Go sends us in the land of the rising sun, with this brand new and unique title. Matsuri is scheduled to be launched on 23.3.2017. Upon release, players will find it on LeoVegas, Casumo as well as all other major online casinos.
Matsuri is a 5 reels and 25 paylines slot which will be available on desktop, tablet, as well as most other mobile devices. The min and max bets players can lay – range from 0.25 to 100, depending on the currency played. The slot has an Asian theme which revolves around a traditional Japanese festival. The game’s design and animations also have a Japanese inspiration. The background shows a distant town where the festival is taking place.
There are only three high value symbols on this slot. Each high value symbol shows a pretty girl dressed with a typical Geisha costume. The low value symbols feature typical Japanese food, a flower and a hand fan. The scatter symbol is an animal porcelain mask, which only lands on reels 1, 3 and 5. There is also a Bonus symbols showing 2 goldfishes circling each other. The wild symbol is a beautiful ornate lamp. The wild can substitute for all other symbols except the scatter and the bonus symbol.
Players can trigger the free spins by landing simultaneously 3 scatter symbols on reels 1, 3 and 5. The number of free spins awarded is 8 spins. Landing a scatter during one the free spins will award 2 extra spins. A total of 20 free spins can be played on this feature. If a wild symbol lands on the reels during the free spins feature, it will expand into one large lamp banner that will cover the entire reel! This banner will then move to the left one reel every spin, until it disappears from the game area.
The Kingyo Sukui bonus game is triggered by landing simultaneously 3 bonus symbols on reels 2, 3, and 4. In this classic Japanese festival game, your objective is to catch goldfish by scooping them up with a fragile paper spoon. Pick goldfish to reveal a prize! Keep picking the goldfish until you have caught them all, or until your spoon breaks!
Play’n Go claims Matsuri to be a high volatility slot. However we encourage you to try the game and come to your own conclusions. The maximum you can win is 300000. The graphics and design of the slot are superb and the gameplay smooth. The soundtrack includes soothing traditional Japanese music. All in all, Matsuri is certainly not the new Book of Dead, that being said, it can still be a very fun and rewarding slot to play.
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