Needless to say, this Book Of Queen plays with 10 lines, has a minimum bet of just 10 cents per spin, and has an identical paytable and symbols win values as most other similar games. The winning potential and the maximum possible win on a single spin are also therefore the same, that is 5000x the bet amount, but the final accumulated win from the 10 free spins feature game would definitely be slightly more.
The only thing that I don’t quite like about this game is the fixed 10 lines, not selectable as in a few other Book games. I always prefer to choose how many lines I want to play per spin and I really do not like when the lines are fixed. It takes away my freedom of choice and it forces me to play the game by its rules! Only PlaynGo and Playtech have Book games that allow a player to choose exactly how many lines they want to play.
Visually, the overall presentation in Book Of Queen is slightly better than the older Book Of Aztec or Book Of Fortune games. I like the vibrant colors of the high symbols and the Queen is nicely presented too, but I guess beauty is all in the eyes of the beholder. Some may like it, some may not. Gameplay wise, The Book Of Queen played quite nicely for me in my first ever play on it. It didn’t play as coldly as in a few other Book games and I actually got my first free spins to feature game within 150 spins. However, whenever a feature game comes quickly, it tends to pay lowly, and that’s exactly what the game did to me - it gave me a small win of less than 20x my bet. The game became warmer as I played on, I finally got a slightly better 75x win, and with that win, I decided to quit the game and try out some other game instead. Book Of Queen didn’t play badly, but it didn’t pay nicely either, hahaha.