Before starting on the game, you have to pick which symbol to be your preferred Wild symbol - the Diamond, the Ruby or the Gold Nugget. I picked the nugget, but I can change it to any of the other 2 symbols anytime I want to, but I didn't. I stuck with the Gold Nugget for all my plays. The Wild symbol is a true blue dumb Wild symbol, not paying, not doubling, no expanding either, just substituting for other symbols. The Old Miner is the Scatter symbol, paying 100x the total bet for 5 of him, and getting 3, 4 or 5 of him trigger 15, 20 or 25 free spins with all wins doubled. More Free Spins games can be retriggered. Symbols wise, the Cart pays 6000x the line bet for 5 of them, the Pan 3000x, the Dynamite 2000x, the Pick 500x, and all others from 150x down to 100x the line bet for 5 of each kind. Had the Wild symbol pays something for itself, or at least doubles all wins with it, then the paytable would be good, but it doesn't, so it's just an average paytable.
Perhaps it was a rather good day for me when I last played this Fortune Finder game, because the gameplay played well, with plenty of small or decent payouts, which kept my interest and enthusiasm going for longer periods of time. There is only the Free Spins feature game to look out for, but that was good enough for me. I had many Free Spins games that came, paying from as low as 10x my total bet up to 99x, falling just short of the 100x mark. But what I like most was the occurrence of the retriggers in the Free Spins games., albeit it retriggered more free spins only once in two of the games, but that's better than nothing, and better than most other non-giving games. More importantly, I enjoyed playing it, I had some great moments with it, but none of the nice withdrawable kind of good wins. Microgaming games are usually like this for me. They hardly give me any wins at all.