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Pearls of India is 5 reels and 20 pay-lines video slot powered by Play’n GO software. This is an adventurous slot in which audacious Rich Wild goes to India to search for pearls. Reels are set against the backdrop of mountains with temples and blue sky. Symbols are theme related and are set into stone pieces which form columns when the reels stop turning. Give this slot a spin here for free or visit Play’n GO Casinos to play for real money.

Before you join Mr Wild on this quest for pearls, you should set you bets. By clicking on "Coin Value" you can set the coins size which ranges from 0.01 to 1. "Coins +/-" is used to set the number of coins. "Bet Max" will set the maximum bet available and start spinning the reels automatically. "Autoplay" is used to set the reels in motion automatically without interruption for a chosen number of times, and "Spin" will start turning the reels. "Gamble" start gamble feature after you land a win, and "Collect" appears when you land a win and you can either collect immediately or during gamble feature.

This compelling video slot has four interesting features so we can freely say that it has interesting gameplay. The slot has a Wild, a Scatter, Bonus symbol, Cascading symbols feature, Temple Bonus round, Free Spins and Gamble feature.

The Wild symbol in the game is courageous Rich Wild himself. The symbol can substitute for any symbol except the bonus and the scatter. All wins are multiplied by bet staked per line. If there are more than one win per selected line only the highest will be paid.

The Scatter symbol in the game is a pearl, and if you land 3 or more of them anywhere on the reels you will activate Free Spins feature. Once you activate it, you will get 10 free spins at the current multiplier level which is set on the right hand side from the reels. During this feature you will get a pearl whenever one lands on the reels. When you collect 5 pearls you will get 5 additional free spins. Maximum number of spins you can get is 30. Also, this pearl can act as an extra wild during this feature.

Cascading symbols happen each time you land a winning combo. At that point the symbols involved will disappear and more symbols will fall into their places. In this manner you can land consecutive wins on the same spin. Consecutive wins increase multipliers which can go up to x10.

Whenever you land a Temple Bonus anywhere on the reels it will help fill the meter on the left hand side from the reels. Once the meter hits 25 you will get to play one of the 3 mini games of your choice. You get to decide between: Statue of Vishnu, Wheel of Brahma and Wall of Shiva.

In Statue of Vishnu you will get to pick pearls from the hands of Vishnu for prizes until you run into an empty one. Wheel of Brahma asks you to spin rings on a wheel to earn a win according to the pay-table. Last but not least, in Wall of Shiva mini-game you will get to pick tiles on a wall, the more successful your picks get the higher your prize will be.

Gamble feature can be activated each time you land a winning combo by clicking on the "Gamble" button. Here you can double or quadruple your winnings. If you guess the color of the card you will double them, and if you guess the suit your winnings will be quadrupled. If you make a wrong guess you will lose everything and will be taken back to the base game. You are limited to 5 correct picks.

Game Play

Coin Value +/-: Set the coins size.
Coins +/-: Set the number of coins per line.
Bet Max: Sets the maximum bet available.
Spin: Start the reels.
Autoplay: Set the reels in motion without interruption for a chosen number of times.
Gamble: Start the gamble feature.
Collect: Collect a winning during base game or during gamble feature.

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hajnrih 1285 reviews
Macedonia
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Pearls of India is insanely good video slot game from Play N` Go with multipliers that increase after every win. I really enjoyed playing this slot which is actually a sequel to Aztecs Idols.

Pearls of India is a 5 reels and 20 pay lines video slot game. The most important symbols here are the Rich Wilde, which is the wild and it only appears on the second, third and the fourth reel, the Pearl symbol which is the scatter and the temple which is the bonus symbol.

The base game is very interesting where you are collecting Temple symbols which appear quite often. I collected them very fast. There are 3 different temples with 3 different games and to me the Wall of Shiva was the most rewarding of them all where I got 7500 coins.

On the right side of the reels there is a multiplier chart. After every consecutive win the multiplier increases and it goes like this, x 1, x 2, x 4, x 6, and x 10. The highest multiplier that I got was x 6, I was not lucky enough to get the x 10 multiplier I guess.

The multiplier goes wild during the free spins feature. To activate this bonus you need 3 Pearl symbols on the second, third and fourth reel. You get 10 free spins and the more pearls you get the higher the multiplier is and also you can get some additional free spins. You can get up to 30 free spins and x 50 multiplier. With this multiplier I just need one winning spin. Anyhow the last time I played this game I got only 15 pearls and I had a one huge win which was a subject of x 40 multiplier and I finished the feature with 250 x bet win. This is a great game that I would recommend to anyone.
raverbabe 547 reviews
United Kingdom
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Another beautiful game from Play N Go, Pearls of India impressed me straight away with its classy graphics and "rolling reels" style play mechanic with ascending multipliers awarded for sequential wins making the game a lot like NetEnt's "Gonzos Quest".

It's not just a straight clone though despite there being a great many similarities between the two games. Play N Go have added a second feature in the form of a map based bonus game which is accessed by collecting 25 bonus symbols during your play and filling up the bonus meter on the left hand side of the screen. I found myself achieving this roughly every 150 spins or so, pretty much the same as the chances of hitting three or more scatters in many slot games but you would have to be extremely unlucky to wait a thousand spins between bonus hits as can happen when waiting for those scatters to drop! The bonus game can award a maximum of 250x your stake although as you would expect that seems to be very rare and I personally received between 20x and 80x by bet during my session.

The free spins mode has a neat twist in that the scatter symbol becomes an additional wild symbol with a maximum win of 1000 coins for a five of a kind and can still award up to two retriggers for a maximum possibility of 30 free spins. This is neat but replaces the higher multipliers offered during the free spins in Gonzos Quest and its difficult to decide which of the two is the most beneficial to the player. What I can say though is that I had some great wins and felt the game was much more generous than Gonzo!

Overall it seems as if Play N Go can really do no wrong as far as I am concerned at the moment! I've loved the vast majority of their slots I have tried recently and they are definitely beginning to rival the mighty Microgaming at the top of my list of favourite slot providers. I really hope they will keep up the good work!
Pearls of India is a 5 reel 20 payline video slot powered by Play ‘N Go. This is a sequel to Aztecs Idols where Rich Wilde tries pearls in this adventure slot. This game features a bonus game and free spins feature.

Rich Wilde himself act as wild and you have the pearl symbol which is scatter for free spins and the temple symbol give you access to the bonus round. Wild only appears on reels 2, 3 and 4. This game also has a multiplier of up to x 5 in the base game.

During base game temple symbols appear anywhere on the reels during any spin and you need to collect 25 of them in order to access the bonus game. You have to choose from 3 different bonus features and each ones has a very generous rewarding payout. Statue of Vishnu challenge, you try to pick pearls out of the hands of the statue and are awarded with cash prizes. The wheel of brahma, you spin 3 rings on the wheel to get a matching symbol and are awarded to the pay table for that feature. Wall of Shiva you open tiles on each row to reveal a prize and can win up to x250 your stake.

The free spins feature is triggered when landing 3 or more pearl scattered symbols on the reels. 10 free spins are awarded with higher multipliers. Every 5 scattered symbols you collect during free spins additional 5 free spins are awarded and all multipliers increase by 1.

I personally have never won big and made even or a bit at a loss. Rich Wilde is a bit generous in this game then he is in the book of dead. So I recommend you try this one, I see how big people can win on this slot, but I do not invest too much time in this slot. I think the maximum I won was x 30 my total stake during free spins. I would rate 6/10.
Icymod 758 reviews
Canada
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Rich Wilde, and the Pearls of India is a story of a courageous treasure hunter looking for treasures of lost artifacts located in India. It composes of 20 paylines, a vast potential for larger wins in 10 free spins triggered by 3 scattered pearls and a collecting bonus for when 25 temple symbols have landed on the reels in multiple spins. In Rich Wilde, who's game is ironically clever for a slot not particularly "rich in wilds" can be an entertaining roll for minutes to about a few hours. It features cascades on every spin so if I win a combination, those winning symbols will disappear......that includes collecting temple scatters as well which in turn boost the multiplier but that alone can be helpful or helpless! The multipliers are both in the base game and in free spins. Per winning hit or scatters will influence an increase.....like a winning streak gone mad! I started for $200 because I feel that chasing any of the features here will take much longer!

I bet $1 each spin and had finally triggered the bonus by collecting all 25 temple symbols....gosh that took long.....it was like waiting for a snail to pass through 2 meters from the finish line! Inside the bonus is a choice of 3.....the Statue of Vishnu, the Wall of Shiva in which I chose, and the Wheel of Brahma for when you want luck to handle the risk for you. When inside the Wall of Shiva, there were stacks of rows in which I pick a stone block.......remember Playtech's Gladiator feature, it is almost like it! Each stone block has values, the higher I go the bigger the cash value! I do not know what is on the top later as I have not reached that far, my bonus ended on the 4th row winning $22 on a $1 bet.

In Free spins, the triggers I hit for were on $61.15 total wins when I retriggered extra free spins by collecting Pearls, these pearls are wilds in free spins and for every 5 pearls, they grant 5 extra free spins and increase the multipliers to there increments. (ie. x6 will go in 6's so 6, 12, 18 while the top 10x will go 20x and 30x etc.) 6x on a multiplier mark grabbed $12.45....these moderate to large hits make the most difference in tallying total wins! Rich Wilde is pretty cool, I just have to prepare a large balance in order to play games that require collecting features! An 8 out of 10!
Upon 37 spins in, I finally triggered the free spins. I won the $61.15 but after 40 spins later, I got a really low $3.35 win after playing the 10 Free spins. I was 1 pearl short from continuing 5 extra free spins. Collecting temple scatters takes nearly forever so going into the bonus has yet to prove itself and it's worth! Is it even worth the effort? The free spins are more exhilarating than the 25 symbols chase for the bonus round!
zerooo 695 reviews
Slovenia
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Pearls of India is video slot which I played some time ago and I do not like it so much. The game has 5 reels and 20 pay lines. It is creation of Play'n GO software provider and I mostly do not play their games because I do not like it very much.

I tried this only once, some time ago and I had bad luck on it. The game offer bonus game where you can win up to x250 total bet. And it start when you collect 25 symbols during base game. I have to say that I was playing this game a lot of time just because those symbols. When I finally got this bonus game it dissapointed me. I spent too much money on it for this bonus game and in the end I won only small amounts. I think the bonus should offer at least x 1000 bet.

The free spins feature is not so good too, for me. I triggered this feature a couple of times but never got any winnings over x 50 bet.

Otherwise I think it could be interesting game for some players. Because it has good design, theme. And it is not boring at all with all collecting symbols features. But I was dissapointed about payouts here and I played it only once. I am sure I will never play this game again, I lost some good money on it without any decent winnings during my gameplay session. I will rate it with 6 stars. For me it is not so perfect game and there are many better games which could provide bigger potential on winnings than this one.
I really hate bonus game. Collecting 25 symbols to start this bonus game is funny. It could be much more better. I think the number of collecting 25 symbols is set too high, you get back only small winnings. I expected much more higher pay outs here, maximum x 250 total bet is bad.
katemak 1111 reviews
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Pearls of India game made by popular PlayGo provider with 5 reels and 20 pay lines, where the minimum bet takes from 0.20 cents. Pearls of India is an India theme slot game, reminds me of Gonzo Quest, just because when the reels spins if there is a winning combination, those symbols get replaced for another one. The multiplier in the base game starts from X 2 and ends with great X 10 you bet size.

The symbols which are most important here are the scatter symbols the Pearls, the wild symbols shown as the Indian guy and the bonus round this game has. The free spins feature will be triggered if 3 or more scatter or Pearl symbols lands anywhere on the reels, that way the player gets rewarded with 10 free spins. While playing the free spins round the bonus meter becomes scatter meter, so every Pearl you get while playing those free spins will be added to the bonus meter, so collecting 5 of them will re trigger the free spins feature. Another good thing about the free spins round, while playing every single win you'll trigger, you will be rewarded with extra 1 free spins.

The bonus round or the Bonus Meter, playing the base game ,you need to activated, when 25 Temple symbols will be collected, so every time when Temple symbols lands will be added to that bonus meter and collecting 25 of them will activated the bonus round. The bonus round has really superb prize X 250 the bet, so nice feature to be played. The only thing I didn't like about the bonus or the free spins round, is while you collect all the symbols, but if you trigger the free spins round first, then the bonus meter will reset to zero and again you'll gave to collect the Temples from start. I would recommend this game because it has potential of decent win.
Raptordinos 712 reviews
Colombia
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One of the aspects I most like about Play'nGo is the enthusiasm placed on the design of its slots and I would say unequivocally that "Pearls of India" is one of the most exquisite designed slots among those created by this renowned company so far, the sobriety of its colors and images selected to identify symbols give this game a truly attractive appearance. Now, in the world of video slots, it is quite common to find that many of the most nice slots have often the tightest payments or simply have not a reasonable hit average, and all I can say is that apparently my style of play has not fit very well in this game, and although I cannot really say that this game just ate my balance, because it is not true, I cannot neither say that at some point I felt to be close to achieving something important with this slot, there was not even a time when my balance was above my starting point, whenever I could even trigger some special feature, it hardly served to recover only part of my losses. Pearls of India is a very fun game but could not overcome my expectations, and I honestly have to say Play'nGo has other games that seem to offer better opportunities to win and are equally fun.

The special features of this game definitely did not seem to be their Achilles heel, for example, its bonus round has decent potential and seems very nice to be activated by collection of 25 symbols which act something like a scatter which can identified by having a picture of a temple. This type of activation is for me a kind of guarantee that the feature will actually be activated at any time, much better in my opinion than the features that need the simultaneous occurrence of 3 or more scatters for triggering that in some slots seems to be a real challenge, however the latter way is the one used here to trigger the round of 10 free spins, but it would be unfair to say that is a round almost impossible to be triggered here, just my earnings both during the free spins and during each of the bonus rounds they were not significant enough to awaken a real interest in me. However, I think it is best to give this slot the benefit of the doubt and invite each player to experience it for themselves and wishing a better luck.
Pearls of India is a video slot powered by casino gaming company Play’n Go. I think this game has been wonderfully designed. The theme is one that I don’t see being used often for video slots. India is a country with a rich history, culture and tradition. Although I’m not Indian myself, I do value the fact they depicted the above mentioned elements quite well in this game.

The video slot Pearls of India will undoubtedly remind some slots fans of Gonzo’s Quest. The concept is almost completely the same. The symbols which depict Indian culture, appear on the ground as free falls. On the right side of the reels there is a multiplier placed. With each win, the multiplier goes up and up and up.

It starts with a 1x multiplier and can go all the way up to 10x multiplier. Pearls of India offers 5-reels, 3-rows and 20-paylines. The minimum bet is 20 cents, but I played this game mainly on 60 cent bets. The most important symbols are the pearl (Scatter), Indian Guy (Wild) and the Temple (Bonus symbol).

On the left of the reels there is a bonus counter. You need 25 Temple Bonus symbols to unlock the bonus feature. These symbols do appear quite often though. It probably took me less than 100 spins to trigger this bonus.

The bonus game itself makes you choose between three temples; Wall of Shiva, Wheel of Brahma or Statue of Vishnu. It’s basically a multi-level bonus game and with each decision your wins can go up. It’s quite entertaining and can award up to 250x bet. I never came further than 25x bet though.

The other feature is the free spins. You can win 10 free spins if you manage to get 3 pearl scatters or more. I found this a real challenge because it took ages to trigger. During free spins the Pearl symbol acts as a Wild as well. So there are more options to bag in a win.

In addition, if you collect another 5 Pearl symbols during the free spins, then you get an additional 10 free spins. I only managed to get four unfortunately. The best win I had during free spins was 50x bet.

Overall this is a lovely game that I will definitely play again.
I think Play'n Go could have done a better job when it comes the sound effects. The background music was a tad bit annoying. I guess they made it try to sound Indian, but it’s more of an annoyance then it adds value to the game. With some better Indian background music it would definitely have been a game I’d like even more.
Th3 Runn3R 119 reviews
United States
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Pearls of India is kinda reminds me of a Playtech video slot Azteca, those who ever played at a Playtech casino knows what I am talking about. Also it's reminds me of Indiana Jones.

The game looks very good, audio and video are great especially the animations. And the positive feedback ends here, unfortunately.
Although the game has a great layout, I don't really like the game play. The free spins bonus round is hard to trigger. I have tried numbers of time playing this game and it's hard to believe but none of those times gave me a free spins bonus round, none! Correct me if I am wrong but the a few of Play N Go video slots are just the same as this one.

Collect the temple is actually a good feature but sadly the prize of it is also too low.
In this case I like Azteca a lot more than Pearls of India. I have spent about 100 euro (in total) playing this game and I played it with the lowest bet.

I remember playing Jungle Wild (WMS interactive), made a deposit of 100 euro and it went gone within an hour without getting the bonus round but I did get my money back when I made my second deposit and playing the same game. That didn't happened when I played Pearls of India.

I love Play N Go video slots but some of them are not my favorite and sadly enough is Pearls of India one of them. Maybe there is a little chance I will give this game another try and hopefully it will give me just one free spins bonus round so I can really enjoying it because I am really curious how it works.

I can't say I recommend this game to other players, you can try and maybe you have more luck than I did. Sorry Play N Go I can't give this game no more than 4 star rating. Just had too many bad experience with it.
paquito76 867 reviews
Hungary
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I think the name of this slot tells everything about this game and doesn’t have to have much imagination what is the main theme and what can be the used symbols but what we can’t get from the name is how greatly way this product is dedicated to the cultural richness of that South Asian country. I am pleased to play with a graphically very beautiful game like this where the background image a perfectly drawn picture the symbols are very captivating and elegant and the decorations are placed in the proper places in proper quantity and the whole design of the game is very impressive.

The slot doesn’t follow the traditional ‘spinning reel’ formula and rather chosen the so-called ‘falling symbols’ structure when the icons just fall down to their right places. Here they form nice columns as they arrive to the final position and I very like the overall look of these architectural elements and the gorgeous illustrations of Indian art works and holy objects. All in all, this whole interface is one of the best constructed and most beautiful ones that I recently played with.

Because of this ‘falling down’ attribute one of the game feature is almost evident, I mean every time when a winning combination is completed the participant symbols leave the screen giving places for the newcomers to do their jobs too in lucky situation. An additional great feature is applied to these newly formed winning combinations as every one of them has got a plus multiplier value so the first such win is counted by x 2, the next one by x 4 then x 6 and x 10.

Thought the Wild has only just substituting function without win multiplying and paying ability but the wonderful Pearl symbol has some great qualities. It serves the game as Scatter and at least 3 of them are required to trigger 10 free games and though an additional multiplier number isn’t assigned to that section but the Pearly becomes Wild to that segment and if during that free games we can collect 5 of them we won another series of extra games. Besides giving out free spins this icon also can present a great 5000 coins prize if 5 of them appear anywhere on the reels during normal game mode.

To play the slot’s Bonus game we have to get 25 Temple symbols on the bonus meter. We get 1 each and every time if Temple icon appears anywhere on the reels and maybe the number of 25 seems to be too high but getting an entry to bonus usually happens much earlier than imagined (the drop down system also can help here too) and I suppose in the worst case 70-80 spins are needed in rare times. Then first we have to choose one of the three attraction we want to see (basically we have to choose between what bonus type game we want to play) – Wall of Shiva, Wheel of Brahma and my favourite Statue of Vishnu. At the first we have to pick one symbol out of 6 to reveal its prize and we have 5 attempts to do that until a symbol with no prize is selected, at Wheel of Brahma we have to spin the wheel while at the Statue type we have to pick from the pearls floating in the air until the empty one is found. This latter has really amazing graphics.

All I can say about this slot is, it’s a very, very good game. It would be even better if I win here more but other than that I am real satisfied with this product. The game segment is correct enough to be called a relative good paying slot but what I got here in visualization is really priceless. I don’t rave about its appearance longer I think I’ve said about my opinion about it very clearly just sometimes I feel I can’t get enough of it. I easily can recommend this product everyone and especially those who like to play in a wonderful, captivating and relaxing environment.

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