Three Kings Slot Review
To be honest with you, I’m against hereditary monarchies so when I read the name of this slot I got a bit nervous. In my opinion, one king can cause enough damage never mind three kings. Talk about egos, amirite? What a goddamn nightmare. Now, if we’re talking about The King of Rock and Roll, I might be more into it, but three narcissistic old men screwing things up for everyone else? No thanks.
Three Kings is a 5-reel, 15-payline video slot powered by software from GameArt. This game is based around ancient Chinese emperors, so expect suitably themed symbols on the board. There are three kings (as expected), one wearing a green robe, one wearing a red robe, and one wearing a gold robe. The other basic symbols are playing cards from 9 to Ace, while the Wild is represented by a lucky dragon head, and a crystal ball acts as the Scatter.
Controls are very straightforward, but let’s go through them (with some haste, I don’t like thinking about monarchies for too long). From left to right you can find Settings, Paytable (which shows how much the symbols are worth), Bet Per Line (from 0.10 to 1), Auto Play (which will spin the reels for you), Spin, Balance, Total Bet, and Win Display.
So, what features can you expect from Three Kings? Wild: Shocker! There’s a Wild! This bad boy can substitute for all other symbols besides the Scatter and triggers a x2 multiplier if you’re fortunate. Gamble: To increase your winnings, you can click on the ‘gamble’ button, triggered after a winning round. All you have to do is guess whether the face-down card is black or red. Guess right, and you’ll double your winnings, but get it wrong, and you’ll be sent back to the base game empty-handed.
There is one unique feature to this game, but it’s a goody. Bonus Feature: If a Wild and/or a Scatter land on reels 1 and 5 simultaneously, you are awarded 15 Free Spins. During this feature, a random multiplier (x2, x3, x5, x10) is allocated to each win. This feature can be re-triggered, and an extra 5 spins will be added to the current number of spins.
We all know hereditary monarchies don’t work, but luckily Three Kings does. The graphics are amazing, the soundtrack is kind of stereotypical but works for the theme, and its available for gameplay on any device.
Overall, I have nothing but the presence of kings to complain about, and that’s a goddamn miracle. Gameart always does a spectacular job with their games, and Three Kings is no different.