HOW TO PLAY FU CHI
Since we are talking about a Chinese-themed video slot, then it is no wonder that Realtime Gaming introduced plenty of Oriental symbols that can be found in plenty of other games with a similar topic. Apart from Chinese letters that serve as low-paying symbols, gamers will have lots of fun with Firecrackers, taste the delicious Chinese Apples and smell the Lotus flowers, while collecting lots of Coin Bags. You cannot have a perfect celebration without Red Lanterns, that is a fact.
As we already said, the Lucky Dog is the Wild that substitutes for all symbols including the Zodiac Scatter, which is in charge of triggering the Free Spins feature. All wins formed with the Wild symbol will be doubled immediately. The reels are set in a traditional Chinese temple, which is beautifully decorated with red lanterns. The entrance of the temple is guarded by two stone dragons that will keep you safe while you spin the reels.
Before you start hitting the Spin button, which is actually a Yin and Yang symbol, you will have to spend a bit of your time exploring the control panel, because there are several important options you need to learn more about. Of course, since the five-reel, three-row slot offers 50 adjustable paylines, spinners will first have to decide how many paylines they want to play with. Next is the Coin denomination, or the desired bet.
After that, think about the Speed of the game. Keep it slow if you want to savour each moment, or boost it to the max if you can’t wait for the symbols to appear. Once you get tired of hitting the Spin button, go to Autoplay and set as many automatic spins as you want.
On the right side of the screen, you will find the Help & Rules option, which offers all the necessary information. The 2017 release pays left to right, starting from the leftmost reel, and three of a kind is the minimum for landing payouts, except when it comes to high-paying icons, Scatters and Wilds, which pay even for two of a kind.