With six reels, four rows and more than 4,000 ways to win, video slot Divine Lotus, from Scandinavian studio Thunderkick, can be enjoyed on smartphone or tablet as well as on your desktop. Look forward to mystery icons, a great free spins round and a lot more besides.
Divine Lotus is all rather zen, with an Asian mythology feel – think tumbling waterfalls, floating greenery in the background and the like, below a pink and purple sky. The main focus of this game is the lotus flower, which is highly regarded in many oriental cultures.
How to play
As is typical with Thunderkick’s offerings, there’s a broad betting range, from a trifling 10p to up to £100 a pop.
There are 13 symbols in all, and they include a number of baby dragons in red, yellow, green and blue, plus the typically lower-paying playing card values A, K,Q, J, 10 and 9, alongside a grown-up dragon, the highest payer at 10x stake for 6.
Form winning combos from left to right, starting from the reel on the far left.
Divine Lotus slots special features
The Wild is the letter W, the Scatter a lotus flower and then there’s the Mystery Lotus symbol. As ever, the Wild creates wins by replacing everything bar the Scatter and, in this game, that all-important Mystery Lotus icon.
During the base game, the Mystery Lotus symbol can convert into any of the symbols apart from one of the low payers. During the bonus game, that changes to any symbol save low payers and Scatters. All Mystery Lotus symbols are always replaced by the same symbol.
As usual, you’ll need to land at least three of the lotus flower Scatter symbols to trigger this round. Receive a free spin for each Scatter bagged, alongside two standard free spins. During the round, any reel with one or more Scatters grants you an additional free go.
Once the round is triggered, look for the meter at the side of the reels. You collect Lotus Gem symbols to fill this. Once it’s full up, a chosen symbol is replaced by a Mystery Lotus icon for the rest of the bonus round, plus you get a further free spin.
In keeping with most Thunderkick slots, unfortunately, you won’t find a progressive jackpot in Divine Lotus.
Return to Player (RTP)
Divine Lotus is a highly volatile game, so it’s worth setting yourself an affordable budget. There’s a Return to Player or RTP that’s a pretty respectable 96.14%.
If you like your slots high-octane and action-packed, Divine Lotus may not be quite the game for you, given its distinctly chilled and serene vibe. But the game has received a generally warm welcome in the industry, even if the background music has been described as somewhat clichéd. It’s also very tempting in terms of what you can potentially win playing it.
Look forward (as ever with this provider) to great graphics plus interesting symbols and huge creativity alongside a genuinely high-quality playing experience. You’ll know if it’s one for you once you’ve tried it out! Remember to tell us how you got on or check out more online games at Roger.com.