|Game Name||Hong Kong Fortunes|
Lion of Venice
|Family / Series||Super Wheel Blast|
|Game Info||50 lines|
50 credit bet
3x4x4x4x3 Reel Configuration
Free Games (two variations)
2 Standalone Progressives
Slot Game Review
Super Wheel Blast is actually a series of 3 games: Hong Kong Fortunes, Lion of Venice and Miss Liberty). This is one my favorite series of games and you can’t go wrong with either one. Each game has minor variations in gameplay, but the hook across each theme is the same: Trigger the wheel. So if you’re looking for a fun, medium to low volatility experience, then it’ll tough to find a better experience on the casino floor.
A Wild symbol on reels 2, 3, and 4 will trigger the wheel and happens at a pretty good frequency (I’d guess every 50-60 spins). When you get a scatter on the first 2 reels the anticipation gives you a pretty good rush until that last reel sticks.
Since the wheel can grant you one of 4 possible features the game offer plenty of variety. I’ve personally got the biggest payouts from the X Win feature (getting upward of 200x my bet back), but all of the features have some good payout potential. The only feature I get disappointed in is the Jackpot Wheel Bonus, where a more basic wheel is given to the player. Most of the time I end up leaving that one not even getting back 10 times my bet. But hey, that’s the only way you’re going to get one of those two juicy progressives!
There are two free games features. One where Wilds are added to the reels every spin, and another where your triggering scatters stick in place. These are fun high floor, low ceiling experiences. Note that there are noretriggers in each of these features. Expect to get between 20 to 40 times your bet back when triggered.
*Played at Red Rock Casino.