Sadly though this isn't a brand new game, I think Playtech are potentially making a push into the Asian market or something and creating rebrands of their most popular slots with that aim in mind. This machine is a carbon copy of the fantastic Great Blue, a definite favourite of mine thanks to its ability to award up to 23 free spins with a 10x multiplier and a maximum jackpot of 150,000x your stake under very particular circumstances.
Numbers like these are surely a huge pull for all slots players however it's worth noting that with these huge advantages comes one major caveat - an overall RTP% of less than 93% which is horribly low for an on-line slot game. For some reason this doesn't bother me as much as it probably should and I still play Great Blue all the time despite the fact it can often take forever to give you a bonus round and when it's feeling brutal it won't even give you an extra multiplier when you finally do land one. Fei Long Zai Tian is exactly the same and I found myself often going several hundred spins in between bonus rounds, although of course as always you do get a couple within ten spins occasionally as well... and two retriggers thrown in for good measure.
There's no reason to choose this over Great Blue unless you particularly like the theme and I have to say I think it looks quite cheap and nasty personally. At least the other variants of that game such as Marilyn Monroe and Irish Luck had different numbers of paylines or tweaks to the bonus structure that made them truly different propositions, this game has nothing new to offer whatsoever.
Still one of the greatest slot machine engines ever made in my view though so has to get seven stars on the basis of that alone, but really Playtech this is some slap dash output and you really should be able to do much better than this!