With the proper colour and form usage the old drawings and paintings fit surprisingly well to the supplementary letters and numbers symbols giving the whole slot a very nice look. Maybe the little marketing emblems could be removed from both sides of the upper portions of the screen making it a little bit more authentic. Otherwise, it’s a well-done job.
The 9 lines can be played with fix coin value at €0.05 in range of €0.45-€4.5 total bets and the maximum return can be 2500 times of coin bet in normal game. Mona Lisa acts as a wild and doubles all the winning payouts that completed thanks to her. Da Vinci’s portrait is scatter and can present players with 10-25 free spins on top of the x5, x10, x100 of total bet cash prizes depending on how many of them appear on the table. Unfortunately, as we used to at B3W products, this game also don’t teem with rich features or give out great rewards but with tripled value of wins during free spins the main prize could be 75.000 coins which is not that bad. I always missed the bonus side games at some B3W slots and I hope sooner or later they’ll fix it.
Being a B3W representative, overall it’s not a bad game (though my personal favourite Gladiator clearly outshines this with good bonus rounds) but regrettably it has its own shortcomings. Solely, I wouldn’t deposit to a casino just to play with it but if the circumstances are given I don’t mind to spend some time with Da Vinci.