In this slot some symbols have been configured to pay for lines from 2 of a kind, and among them we have the lion symbol, which is the best paid of the game and is also the only regular symbol that appears stacked, and thanks to this couple of properties, this symbol is a good supply of small and medium payouts both during the base game and during free spins, and for a medium payout I mean a payout up to 10x my total bet; however, lion this symbol is the one that mathematically offers the best chance of getting a big win in case it appears totally stacked in at least the first 4 reels.
“Fortune Lions” slot also has a free round of 10 spins where after each turn, one wild is added to each of the reels from 2 to 5 to rotate on it, which in theory increases the probability of getting a greater number of wilds on these reels during the last spins.
This weekend I had a couple of sessions with this game; the first time it was not so bad as I continually formed lines of 5 of a kind, but mainly, I normally gained access to the round of free spins with a certain frequency, normally winning between 10 and 20 times my total bet in each round; nothing great but acceptable.
My second session was another story because it seemed I basically had some bad luck during the base game, and I would add to the fact that I could no longer trigger the round of free spins with the same frequency as before.
So, in my first session I was able to earn a few dollars, but my second session was just a disaster, so my net result was totally negative; it really is difficult for me to accept the way a slot changes its behavior so radically from one session to another, which leads me to think that this is another slot produced by GameArt with a not very good risk-benefit ratio; in other words, there is no good stuff here.