New Slot Released – Play’n Go - Imperial Opera
Play’n Go invites you to the Imperial Opera! This Chinese themed video-slot has five reels, three rows of symbols, and 20 Pay-lines. Special features include wilds, massive 3x3 symbols, Scatters, and free-spins to name the most prominent ones.
Design and Symbols
First of all, you will find the standard card-face symbols 10-A. The higher paying symbols are all actors and performers you might see in the Imperial Opera. - Even a king here and there is spotted. The backgrounds music is a modern take on old Chinese music, with beats and such. - Do I love it? Not really. When reading “Opera,” I expected a bit more opera related theme in the music.
The main special feature in Imperial Opera is the scatter symbol, which appears during the main game as a massive 3x3 symbol on the reels when the Harmony Feature is activated.
Other nice features you will find is Crescendo and Showcase
- Randomly activated, you will see a golden frame popping up on top of two to three reels.
- Inside you will have massive picture symbols and Scatters.
- If a 3x3 Scatter symbol lands on the reels, you will receive ten free-spins.
- Crescendo is the Wild feature in Imperial Opera.
- Either one or two reels will be filled up with Wilds.
- Every spin will have one random symbol stacked on the reels.
The Free Spins
The harmony feature is active by default on reels two, three and four during free-spins.
- It is possible to activate more free-spins during the bonus rounds, getting an additional 10 for every time the massive scatter symbol fills reels two, three and four.
Our thoughts on Imperial Opera
I was looking forward to testing Imperial Opera today. Seemingly beautifully designed, and I was curious about the massive symbols popping up very frequently.
The slot delivered. I enjoyed playing this slot, although it might seem like a bit low on volatility. One reel with a picture symbol during my free-spins and received 75x my wager. - Now being a medium volatility game does not necessarily mean the slot is wrong. - Just not for my taste. I like to invest a bit, and get the big wins instead.
The massive symbols appeared often enough to keep my balance intact, and honestly the only thing I can complain about is that slightly wrongly placed background music.
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