Freemason’s Fortune slot – discover the secrets!
Boys clubs have all but died out, but there’s still one that’s kicking about in the 21st century – the Freemasons. Shrouded in secrecy and known for their sometimes bizarre ceremonies, the Order of Free and Accepted Masons is the stuff of legend.
Who can blame the odd conspiracy theorist then, for worrying about these apron-wearers? Thirteen signatures on the U.S. Constitution belonged to Masons after all, and many a book and movie has bleated on about their love for power and money.
Two-way pay to rack up the wins
It’s no coincidence that we mention Benjamin Franklin. His face adorns one of the symbols that you’ll find on the reels and that’s because this author, philosopher, and politician served as a Mason for 60 years. And of course, he’s the $100-bill man!
Other symbols include the eye of providence (a triangle with an eye and rays of light that represent divine providence), which is also the Scatter, gold rings, the square and compass (the Wild), a skull, and an angry double-headed eagle with a sword. We find the reels in a dark, well-appointed room with a blue-robed dude that instantly gives us the feeling that things can get very strange, very quickly.
Freemason’s Fortune slot has 3 reels, 3 rows, and 9 pay lines. Land 3 or more Scatters during the base game and you’ll get yourself 10 free spins. If you manage to add Scatters during this feature, you’ll re-trigger the free spins.
Land 3 or more Wilds on the other hand, and this will set off the 2-way pay feature. Here, your wins will pay in two ways (duh) and reward double winning. You can even re-trigger this feature by landing 3 or more Wilds while you’re playing.
Land 3 or more Scatters during 2-way pay and you’ll get 10 free spins, with the 2-way spins being paused until the free spins are done.
Secret slots for the win!
It’s clear then that Freemason’s Fortune isn’t exactly stuffed to the brim with cool features. The only thing going for it is the 2-way pay, but it’s still going to be hard to hit a winning streak that’ll see you rolling in riches.
We managed to bag a not-so-big big win and some free spins, but don’t expect to be booking that first-class holiday to the Bahamas just yet – the multiplier (217x) and max win (€39,060) are pretty low.
The RTP is 96.02%, which is decent, and the volatility is low, so this is a game more aimed at entertainment than money-making. Makes us think that the title of the game should rather be something like Freemason’s Fun.