We get an Asian theme with God of Wealth. The little god himself stands to the left-hand side and he’s rather cute. The scene is quite pretty, and we seem to be in a heavenly realm with gold coins scattered around. It’s light and charming, which is also true for the background music. It comes with Asian-inspired tunes that are animated and almost joyful.
When the reels stop, so does the music, which is a nice change. Also, the animations (especially when you win big) are done well. And the little god in action is rather adorable to behold.
Still, the theme is a little generic and whilst well-executed, the symbols on the reels are nothing special. We get three pearls (round orbs in any case), which are white green and yellow. And we get the playing card symbols from 10 to A, written in the style of Chinese characters.
The golden hat is the wild and it is worth 888 coins for 5 of it. The green pearl follows as the highest paying regular symbol. It’s worth 120 coins for 5 on a payline. The white pearl follows with 100 coins for such a win and the yellow coin is still worth 80 coins.
You can play this game from 0.20 to 80.00.
During the base game, the God of Wealth will randomly toss his golden hat into the air and sometimes a scatter of extra wilds will rain onto the reels when that happens. Usually, you get between 2 or 3 extra wilds anywhere on the reels, but we also have seen 5 extra wilds, which resulted in big wins.
The bonus symbol is a reed scroll and when it lands on the reels three times, you get to pick one of them, which will give you something extra as well. Here you can win up to 138x your bet, but it is much more likely that you receive a 3x multiplier.
The God of Wealth free spin symbols will trigger the free spin feature. Once again golden hats will rain on the reels. They have to land on the middle reel counter, where each golden hat caught adds one free spin to your loot. You’ll start out with 1, which is not a lot. Whilst you could, in theory, catch quite a few of those golden hats, most will pass you by and you’ll mostly end up with 6 to 8 free spins.
But that tends to be enough. Why, you ask? Because now mega wilds will appear on the reels, covering 3×3 symbols. You’ll see them spinning by on every spin and in our experience, they land on at least every other spin, sometimes more often. They may not land fully, but even partially they can bring in some nice wins.
More wins are indeed possible during the free spins, so you won’t be too disappointed if you only get 6 spins. We weren’t.
The theoretical RTP (Return to Player) of God of Wealth is 96.21%, which is very decent value. Indeed, the slot is of medium volatility. Whilst wins are reasonably frequent, you won’t win on each spin. And you will rarely see big wins, though thanks to extra wilds, they are possible even in the base game, where we managed to catch as much as 50x our bet.
The free spins tend to come often enough (at least once every 100 spins) and even though you don’t get many free spins, you are likely to take home 60 to 70x your bet each time. When we played God of Wealth, the theme didn’t exactly blow us away, but it was still quite enjoyable and we ended with more than 130x our stake in winnings, which is always a good time to walk away.
God of Wealth by Red Tiger Gaming might not exactly make you wealthy, but you can pass some time with it and walk away a winner, if you’re lucky.
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