The Alice in Wonderland theme is very common in pop-culture. Let me ask you. Do you want to know about the payout possibilities in the Court of Hearts slot? Unfortunately, no one can be told about the potential riches that awaits. You have to read this review for yourself.
This is your last chance. After this there’s no turning back. You take the blue pill. This slot review ends. You get to believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill. You keep reading this Court of Hearts review, and I show you how deep you can fill your pockets.
Remember, all I’m offering is the truth. Nothing more.
But before I show you what this slot by Play’n GO is capable of, there are things you ought to know. Understanding the possibilities Court of Hears have to offer is not as easy as connecting a wire to your brain to learn Kung Fu.
This is not your average slot. It may only appear to be on the surface. But there are things beyond the reels and symbols in Court of Hearts that might unsettle you. In the best possible way, of course. Before you make the jump, find out what the pros and cons are:
What to tell you. If you haven’t been able to figure this out by now, maybe you should’ve taken the blue pill. There are many familiar faces from the story, like, Cheshire Cat, the Queen of Hearts, the Caterpillar, Dormouse, the White Rabbit (always follow the White Rabbit), the Mad Hatter, and the Knave of Hearts, to name them all.
You’ve really tumbled down the rabbit hole now and there’s no turning back. Court of Hearts combines great graphics, animations, sound effects, and background music. You can see that this is a Play’n GO slot from a mile away. Well done, boys and girls.
It’s nice to play a slot that doesn’t feel like a boring grind until you get to the free spins round, for a change. The gameplay in Court of Heart’s base game is quite exciting because of the Avalanche feature and the bonus symbols.
For those of you new to the red pill, the Avalanche feature works like this. Winning symbols on a payline will first pay your winnings, then they are removed, and new symbols fall from the top of the game screen to replace them. This can lead to new winning paylines and the process is repeated until you run out of wins.
Now, let’s talk about the bonus symbol. It works the same way when you’re in the free spins feature so pay attention already now. A mirror can appear on any reel and grant you one of three characters:
Then there’s the White Rabbit which may appear at the beginning of any spin to throw two scatters in random positions on the reels. This greatly improves your chances of triggering the free spins.
I hope you paid attention to what they different bonus symbols do during the base game, because they will work exactly the same during free spins. Why is this important to know, because every winning payline will add 1x to the win multiplier at the top of the game.
Okay, here’s how it works. You land three scatters to get 9 free spins. Always 9. While you’re in this feature, each and every winning payline will pay out more than on the previous spin. The trick is to hit as many cascades as possible and then land a bonus symbol. Any bonus symbol will do.
Scatters are still available during free spins. Every scatter that lands will grant you an additional free spin, so be on the lookout for these as well. One more thing, the Queen of Hearts symbol is also a wild during free spins.
Now that we’ve tumbled down the rabbit hole together, I hope you understand that there are crazy payout potential in Court of Hearts. I wouldn’t say that any bonus symbol is better or worse than the other. It all comes down to where on the reels they help out and what your win multiplier count is during free spins.
I really like this slot and I’m pretty sure you will too. You can always try it out for fun before you start playing for real money and even so, 0.10 is a pretty affordable stake. Now, I only have one question for you. Have you been paying attention or were you distracted by the lady in the red dress?
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