The restricted games are the same as before, but there’s still plenty of other games that I could play on. Playtech games have now become available, which wasn’t before, so my first choice of games were none other than my Playtech favourites Safari Heat, Panther Moon, True Love and Thai Paradise. I decided not to include Dolphin Reef into my play list because it hasn’t been playing well at all since the last several months, so I would rather skip playing it.
I played the 50 free spins on Avalon The Lost Kingdom first, because it’s not a game that I like playing, and I don’t want to keep those free spins as a second chance play. Those free spins paid a lousy win of only $4.56, but it wasn’t unexpected. The remaining 50 free spins would be credited into my account at 10 spins per day for the next 5 days, but I’m not hoping anything at all out of them. They are way too little to make any difference, but I’ll play them off each day nonetheless.
I had an enjoyable time on Playtech’s Safari Heat and Panther Moon. The free spins feature games didn’t take too many spins to come, but the payouts were not so good, all below 50x my stake amount. True Love, on the other hand, was playing coldly and uninvitingly. It left me wondering where those cupids went, as they were supposed to shoot love arrows to the Ladies to make them appear on the reels and trigger the free spins feature game, but it simply didn’t happen. After 150 spins of nothingness, I then switched over to Thai Paradise.
In the land of paradise, the Covid pandemic seemed to have taken a grip on things. The first free spins feature game took almost 300 spins to come, the second one came within 200 spins, but both paid very poorly. It then suddenly went on a longer stroll, and upon realising that, I quickly quit the paradise and landed back on normal ground, on Thunderkick ground.
My old favourite Fruit Warp game didn’t disappoint me at all. It played well, giving me two wins of over 100x each, but the goodness didn’t last for long, and it then started playing coldly. Luckily I was already very familiar with the game, saw the winter coming, so I quickly ran over to greener pastures, or so I thought. PlaynGo land turned out to be a horrible one instead. I played a few games, nothing good came at all, and all my balance soon dropped off to zero. I should have stayed with Thunderkick, or go back to Playtech, but what’s done cannot be undone now, sigh.