HOW TO PLAY HO HO TOWER
Like in the famous original, the reels are set against the mile-long Hong Kong Tower. Those of you who are scared of heights don’t have to worry, because the screen will show only a small part of the stunning city skyline, and you will gradually move upwards once the amazing laser and light show starts. Since this is a Christmas-themed slot, the symbols are designed to follow the theme completely, so, instead of fire, earth, air and water, Elk Studios decided to introduce three different types of lickerish candy as low-paying symbols.
Golden Lucky Seven is once again the symbol that pays the most, while the Lotus is now done a bit differently, painted with a Christmassy red colour. The Bonsai tree is decorated to resemble the Christmas tree. Again, there are no classic Wild symbols, because once again the Mystery symbol is introduced, and the Bonus symbol will trigger the Wheels of the Sky bonus game.
Ho Ho Tower is cleverly designed to get you in the Christmas spirit the minute you start hitting the Spin button. The snow has already started falling on The Pearl of the Orient, while the soundtrack is the piano version of the “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” song. Add the Christmas Bonsai tree and the lickerish symbols to the equation and you get a perfect Christmas celebration in the 2017 release.
Even so, don’t get too comfortable, because you need to pay attention to the rules of the game if you want this holiday to last and if you want to enjoy the five-reel slot with 99 ways to win as long as possible. Set the desired bet somewhere between $0.10 and $50 and check out the Bet Level section in order to activate Optimizer, Leveller, Booster or Jumper, whichever you see fit.
Once you have done all of that, simply relax and start carolling and hitting the Spin button, or activate Autoplay and let the machine do all the hard work. The Elk Studios title pays left to right, beginning from the leftmost reel, and three of a kind is the minimum for landing payouts.