Visually, Choy Sun Doa has a strong Asian feel - symbols on the reels include lucky red envelopes, koi carp, jade rings and a gold coins. The Chinese golden dragon is the best of the standard symbols. Find 5 of them in a payline and you'll be in line for a 1,000 coin payout.
The Chinese man Choy Sun is the wild - it only appears on reels 2, 3 and 4 and substitutes for all other symbols apart from the scatter. That scatter is the gold ingot – 3 or more ingot symbols hitting from the leftmost reel will trigger the Free Games feature. You'll then be presented with 5 fish, each of which comes with a different combination of free spins and multipliers:
- Yellow Fish - the feature will play out with 20 free games and a 2x, 3x or 4x multiplier when Choy Sun appears in a winning payline.
- Red Fish - offers 15 free spins with Choy Sun wins offerings multipliers of 3x, 5x or 8x.
- Blue Fish - its 10 spins with multipliers of 5x, 8x or 10x when Choy Sun is in a winning combo.
- Purple Fish - will get you 8 spins but the multipliers go up to 8x, 10x or 15x.
- Green Fish - this will only get you 5 free spins but the Choy Sun multipliers go up to 10x, 15x and 30x.
They're not the only goodies on offer either - if the lucky red sealed envelope hits on reels 1 and 5 during the feature, you'll be awarded a random cash prize ranging from between 2 and 50 times your total stake. More free spins can be re-triggered during the feature.
According to Aristocrat, the return for each free spin option is the same. The 30x multiplier is certainly tempting though! Choy Sun Doa is a volatile slot - careful management is required or you can soon get through your bankroll. Get lucky with the multipliers during the free spins feature and the god of wealth can deliver some very impressive results.
Choy Sun Doa may look a little dated but it’s a classic and one of Aristocrat’s best games. I also suggest you take a look at Where’s The Gold and 50 Dragons which are also land based favourites.