What’s so special about this Golden Nights feature you may be asking. Well, this feature can be randomly activated during base game play, and you get three Chests to start off the feature. Each Chest would reveal a number and this number would fill the collection meter on the right hand side of the play area. There are seven levels in the meter, each level awarding a prize, from the lowest 5x to the highest 50,000x the stake amount.
However, take note though, that each Chest may not reveal a number, so that would end the feature game! This can be very frustrating and disappointing indeed, as I later found out myself! How so? Well, I played with the Golden Nights feature activated, it came randomly during one of my non-paying spins, and the three Chests appeared on a separate play screen. Each Chest opened by itself, but I got one empty Chest instead, so I ended up getting nothing at all – not a single cent win! All those spins at 30 cents each got wasted for nothing, and with that, I de-activated the Golden Nights feature and continued playing on the basic game itself.
Playing the basic game was actually not much different from the standard ‘Book Of Romeo And Julia’ game, in the sense that it was still as hard to trigger the free spins game. After doing over 200 spins, I finally got one free spins feature game, but it didn’t pay well enough to satisfy me. The win was just 67x my stake amount, lower than what I had gotten in the other game, so I decided not to play the game further, expecting more disappointing results if I carry on playing.