The cartoon design in Enchanted Kingdom is well put together. The action takes place against a woodland backdrop with a castle hidden away in the foliage. On the reels are fruit, toadstools, berries, frogs, squirrels, swans, a treasure chest and a castle.
The most rewarding standard symbol is the Enchanted Kingdom logo which delivers an award equal to 100 times your total stake if you land 5 across a payline. Helping to create the winners is the princess symbol which is the wild. Unusually, this replaces all symbols including the scatter.
The main feature is the Free Spins Bonus feature which is triggered by landing 3, 4 or 5 of the crown scatter on the same spin. After a payout of 5, 20 or 500 times your total stake, you’ll then go on to play 20 free spins. It’s here that things have the potential to get very interesting as the action takes place using an amended paytable.
All rewards from the base game receive the equivalent of a 3x multiplier boost. A 5 of a kind winner made up of the logo symbols pays 300 rather than 100 times your stake. The same is true of the scatter. Landing 3, 4 or 5 scatters awards 15, 60 or 1,500 times your stake as well as triggering another round of 20 free spins.
You’ll also have the chance to land 1 of 3 progressive jackpot prizes as Enchanted Kingdom is part of the Mega Drop network. The Mega Jackpot can pay out up to £200,000 if you’re lucky!
There’s nothing overly flashy or complicated about Enchanted Kingdom. It’s the expanded paytable in the Free Spins Bonus feature that makes it a slot game consider – this is because filling the reels with the Enchanted Kingdom logo will give you a 9,000 times stake payout.
If you enjoy the fairy tale theme, then this forest adventure is worth investigating. If you want big payouts, Raging Rhino MegaWays (from WMS) is the perfect game to try your luck at.