In Chinese culture, Gong-Hei Gong-Hei basically means Happy New Year. The game has 25 fixed paylines and 5x3 reels. Like many of these old games, it has fairly straightforward gameplay and mostly relies on one feature, the free spins round with its symbol upgrades. The game has moderate to high volatility and a Return to Player rate of 96.30%.
There is a large betting range available to players, ranging from 0.25 to a maximum of 125 each spin. The symbols on the reels feature the typical J to A royal symbols spinning alongside more profitable Golden Coins, Lanterns, Porcelain Vases, Medallions, and Pots of Gold. The reels are located inside a temple with two dragons guarding the flanks. With 28 times your stake awarded for a combination of five, the latter has the most potential rewards. The Caishen wild is a cheerful Chinese man and it enlarges to completely cover the reel as it strikes. For the Free Spins feature, you must land three or more Temple scatter symbols anywhere in view on the same spin to activate it; doing so will give you 12 free spins. Each Caishen wild that lands on the reels during the feature will upgrade the high-paying symbols in the order that they are displayed at the top of the game screen. Additionally, Caishen wild awards 1, 3, or 5 extra spins when it appears on reels 1, 2, or 3. The game has a potential max win of 10,000 times your stake but the more realistic win that you can get is only around 200x to 500x your stake up to a maximum of 2000x.
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