Magic is in the air more than ever thanks to the quirky and original that we are about to introduce here.
El Hada Estrella is a video slot game from Gaming1 that introduces a double gameplay and plenty of features to make each spin uniquely interesting. Play your card wells and do not hesitate to take a risk to win big and aim for the jackpot.
You can learn more about El Hada Estrella and discover the mysteries of the forest thanks to our full review of the game, which will give you all the information you need for a great start on the reels.
El Hada Estrella is a modern slot game with simple yet dynamic graphics and a unique atmosphere that will not fail to leave an impression on players.
The background of the game changes according to the bet level that you are using. Both settings represent a mysterious forest at night, with tiny fairies flying around under the moon light. There are plenty of details to enjoy as you spin the reels, which makes El Hada Estrella quite unique visually speaking.
The rest of the screen is occupied by command buttons, paytables and various displays. Let’s make sense of it all in our next section.
El Hada Estrella features two different bet levels, both of which are based on similar rules. There are plenty of buttons to use, so let’s go through the basic moves first.
The game matrix features 3 spinning reels and either 1 or 5 paylines, according to the game level you are in. Winning combinations landing on a payline trigger cash rewards for the lucky players, so choose a wager and spin the reels once you are ready.
The more you bet on the reels, the larger your rewards can become. Lucky players might also win nudges in the base game, which will allow them to move individual reels forward for an extra chance at winning a prize. You may also hold reels in place for the next spin in the same way. The second game with 5 paylines also unlocks an optional mini game after each win; take an extra risk and try to double your reward instantly. Both bet levels also feature an autoplay game mode, which will let the reels spin loose for as long as you wish, placing your wager over and over again. To access the second game, you need to score bonus points in the base game first.
El Hada Estrella features two different paytables, one for each bet level available. The rewards that we will mention here correspond to a bet of one credit on the reels.
The paytable in the base game contains cherries, grapes, oranges, lemons and bells. The 3 different jewels are rarer but can be mixed together for a small cash prize. The maximum cash reward is 400 credits, while you can win up to 30 bonus points at any time in the base game as well. The fireflies are special symbols that award bonus points whenever they appear on the screen. These points are the key to access the upper game.
Switch to the upper game once you have won enough bonus points. The new paytable is made up of stars, crystals, flowers and multicoloured sevens. The 5 paylines available give more winning possibilities at every spin, while you should check the upper left-hand corner of the screen to check your wager and how many credits a bonus point is currently worth. A combination of yellow sevens is the most valuable, worth 80 bonus point with the most conservative settings, but there is still more to discover in the game.
El Hada Estrella also introduces a couple of special features on top of its already busy gameplay.
The symbol representing a fairy in a jar in the upper game is a little space. Line up 3 of them on a payline to access a mini game, where you need to pick a scroll to uncover a surprise cash bonus.
In the base game, treasure chests might also appear on the reels. A combination of them on the payline will suspend the game and allow players to pick a chest to reveal an extra prize.
El Hada Estrella is a rather original slot game with plenty of settings to adjust and take care of in both the base game and in the upper game.
There are ways to win big on the reels, but we have to admit that the gameplay can get a little overwhelming for some players. The bonus point system can prove confusing at times as well.