Thunderkick are right up with the best when it comes to the design of their slot game and we’ve no complaints about Divine Lotus which look superb as usual. A magical skyline filled with floating mountain gardens forms the backdrop to the reels which are enclosed within a traditional wooden framed building. You’ll see A to 9 royals, baby dragons and dragon head. 6 of the latter on adjoining reels pay 10 times your total stake. There’s also a wild.
Transforming Lotus Symbols
Central to much of the best action here is the Lotus symbol. All examples of this symbol that land on the same spin all morph into the same matching symbol to create a new and hopefully winning combination. The Lotus can only transform into higher value symbols and wilds. This is called the Mystery Lotus feature.
Bonus Game feature
The main feature is the Bonus Game feature which is triggered by landing scatters on 3 or more reels on the same spin. Each scatter awards 1 free spin. An extra 2 are added on top of that meaning you’ll commence with a minimum of 5. You’ll have the chance to create more transforming Lotus symbols during the bonus round. Fill the meter with Lotus gems and 1 symbol turns into a transformer. An extra free spin is added to your total too. Each scatter that hits also adds an extra free spin.
The gameplay in Divine Lotus is straightforward. This slot game can really pack a punch though. It’s a high variance affair so expect some potentially large bankroll swings. The likeliest route to success is the Bonus Game feature. Turn multiple symbols into transformer and the coins can really build – up to 8,708 times your stake on every free spin.
Thunderkick does it again
It’s not as innovative as some Thunderkick slot games but the classy visuals, simple gameplay and high volatility make Divine Lotus a very playable proposition. If you’re one of the massive number of fans of the Asian theme, then it’s well worth a spin. Another game I suggest you try is Midas Golden Touch which offers even bigger potential wins.