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Geisha is a 25-payline video slot running on the Endorphina software platform. Accompanied by the unmistakable images and sounds of Japan, the game’s most important symbols are the Koi Carp symbol acting as the wild card (5 of which win a jackpot worth 1000 coins) and the outdoor garden scene functioning as scatter. Players can try this slot on this page for free or select any of the featured Endorphina casinos to play the game for real money.

Before setting out on their Asian adventure, players should choose their bet. They can adjust the coin value, ranging from 0.01 to 5.00, by clicking on the coin-shaped button in the upper left corner. Furthermore, they can regulate the paylines and the number of coins they play per payline by clicking the up and down arrows in the lower left corner. The “Spin” button initiates the game, while pressing “Auto” prompts the reels to spin for a predetermined number of times uninterrupted.

Players can increase their won amount by clicking “Take Risk”. The dealer reveals their card and the player chooses one of the 4 face down cards. If their selected card is higher than the dealer’s, the winnings are increased. If it is lower, the amount is lost and the gamble feature ends. Players can collect their winnings at any time by pressing the “Take Win” button.

If 3 or more scatter symbols appear on the reels, Free Games are triggered. Players are then awarded with 10 free spins with Geisha Jokers, which can boost the winning value up to x3 their usual worth. More free spins can be retriggered during the Free Games.

Game Play

Coin button: Adjust the coin value.
Spin: Start spinning the reels at your chosen wager.
Auto: Play multiple times with no interruptions.
Up/down: Regulate the total chosen bet.
Lines: Choose one more payline.
Take Risk: Start the gamble round.
Take Win: Collect your winnings.

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Afi4wins 1232 reviews
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There aren't many of Geisha-themed slots around, although there are many that has a Japanese theme, like Cherry Blossoms, for example. Geisha Story, from Playtech, is the closest resemblance to this Geisha game from Endorphina, having the Geisha as the main character in the game. Oddly enough, even the symbols in the two games are very similar, like the Koi fish, the Japanese sandals, the Gateway, the Umbrella, the Paper Fan and whatnots. Could this Geisha game have originated from the old Geisha Story game? It looks like it, but I guess only Endorphina knows better.

That aside, I must say that I like the look of this Geisha game very much. It looks cool and beautiful, yet those Geishas look vibrant enough in their very nice colourful Kimonos. The background of the play area may look plain white, but it actually reflects the rice-paper fabric so abundantly used in traditional Japan. As for the Geisha icons themselves, aah, a reflection of the true Geishas, beautiful and very elegant. Personally, this Geisha game is the most beautiful Geisha-themed game I have ever come across. Well done Endorphina! The game has been accurately presented and in a most pleasing manner too.

The Koi fish is the Wild symbol, paying 40x the total bet for 5 of them, and substitutes other symbols except the Scatter symbol. Sadly, it doesn't double any wins, or become stacked or expanded, so is a dumb Wild symbol in my books. The Gazebo is the Scatter symbol, paying 200x the total bet for 5 of them, and getting 3 or more of these Gazebos trigger 10 free spins with random 2 Wild Reels of Expanded Geisha for every spin. All wins with the Yellow Kimono Geisha pays 1x, the Blue Kimono Geisha pays 2x and the Green Kimono Geisha pays 3x. The Free Spins game can be retriggered. Would have loved it if the Free Spins game has 15 free spins instead of just 10, or alternatively, have the multipliers in 3x, 4x and 5x. That would have made more sense.

In the base game, the Geishas are just normal symbols, not Wild symbols as during the Free Spins game. The Green Kimono Geisha (yellow background) pays 32x the total bet, both the other 2 Geishas pay 24x, the Umbrella and the Paper Fan both pay 20x, and the others pay from 8x to 4x, all per total bet amount for 5 of each kind. Well, I was expecting a better paytable for this beautiful game, but nope, Endorphina thinks otherwise. They prefer it to have a low paytable instead. Too bad.
Well, typically of new games nowadays, Geisha started off cold for me. I had to let the game spin at minimum bets for over 150 spins before getting my first Free Spins game, but this is considered pretty good. Microgaming games may take anywhere from 250 to over 500 spins, whilst NetEnt games may take over 200 spins. Surprisingly, the first Free Spins game gave only the yellow Kimono Geisha Wild Reels, with a 1x multiplier, but the game paid out decently with a 56x bet win. All the other Free Spins game paid lower, from 12x up to 45x my bet amount. I know that bigger wins are indeed possible, especially with the Green Kimono Geisha Wild Reels, but I haven't got them yet so far. Maybe one day soon, hehehe.

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