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    Chinese Opera Slot

    It’s always good to keep learning new things throughout your life, and if you don’t know much about the noble art of Chinese operas, then you are missing out on a fascinating subject. With roots stretching back to the Fourth Century, it’s been an important part of cultural life in the country ever since. Dramatic costumes, stirring music, topics that reflect the issues of the times and colourful masks that denote the characters’ main traits are all features of this art form. Online casino slots developers have naturally drawn on the subject for inspiration. With the Chinese Opera slot from KA Gaming, we have a beautiful game that features detailed symbols of actors and masks, all set over five reels.

    There’s a 1,024 Ways to Win format to this game, which means that matching symbols can be in any places on adjacent reels from the left side to form a winning combination. This is helped by expanding wild symbols that can stand in for others if needed, and there’s free spins with multipliers, plus a fun bonus game rounding out the extra features. Opera is seen in many countries as being a bit ‘stuffy’ and only for richer members of society, but that’s not the case in China and certainly not the case with Chinese Opera. You can spin the reels for just 0.10, or even practice on the free Chinese Opera video slots that KA Gaming have provided.

    Based in Taiwan, KA Gaming are an up and coming developer with great ambitions. With a range of around 65 desktop and mobile optimised games, they are still rapidly expanding in Asia and beyond. Expect to see lots more from this exciting company in the near future, but let’s now turn down the house lights and settle in as Chinese Opera takes centre stage.

    Winnings to get you Singing

    The whole game is designed to look like a traditional opera house, where the reels are surrounded by a decorative framework and candles light the stage from either side. A mandolin plays a nice tune as the reels spin, enhancing the effect that you are at a theatre in China. You will need to see three or more of the colourful mask symbols across the reels to win a prize, with the red, blue, green and white masks each returning 10x, 20x, or 60x the per ways bet.

    Just two of a kind will be needed when the stage prop symbols appear. These include a table that’s worth between 2x and 15x the stake per way and a green fan that pays up to 30x. The dagger and tiara will each return prizes of up to 100x, while the actors themselves pay out the best rewards when they appear. The stars of the show are two female actors and a male who is in the red mask that marks him out as a bad guy. Each is dressed in an elaborate costume and each is a stacked symbol that covers four symbol positions, making it more likely that you will see them on adjacent reels. Prizes of 180x, 200x, or 220x the stake per way can be collected when these characters cross all five reels.

    There’s one more actor we’ve yet to see on stage. He’s in a green mask, which according to the rituals of Chinese opera, suggests he has no self-control. He’s a wild symbol who can’t help but act as any other symbol, apart from a scatter icon. If there’s a gap in the sequence of matching symbols and this stacked wild is on the right reel to bridge it, this will count as a winning line. In addition, if he has substituted for any mask, the base award for that mask will be doubled in value.

    Extra Features Without Drama

    A spilt cup of tea is a slightly unusual choice of symbol, but as it pays out 100x the total stake when seen in just two places at once, few will think twice about what it looks like. Any three. Four, or five examples, in any places will not only pay 200x, 300x, or 500x the stake, but also launch eight, 15, or 20 free spins. During these bonus games all winnings are tripled in value.

    There’s another fun feature that’s triggered at random and can result in some big coin wins, although at higher stakes, you are more likely to be awarded it and the payouts will also be higher. The Rolling Lamp bonus has a clown balancing on one foot and a lamp is resting precariously on his head. You have to try and keep the lamp there for as long as possible, with winnings adding up until it falls off and the feature ends.

    Setting the Stage

    Slot machines from KA Gaming have an easy to use set of control buttons that let you get started in next to no time. With Chinese Opera, you can adjust coin values from 0.01 to 2.00 and have between one and 20 coins in play, for an overall bet range of 1.00 to a high limit of 4,000.00 per spin. If you’re searching for a separate Autoplay button, then stop looking as all you need to do is hold down the Spin button to reveal the Auto options.

    Nights at the Opera

    The Opera of the Masks video slot from Genesis Gaming has five colourful masks paying out the top awards when they land across the reels of this 243 Ways to Win game. Traditional instruments return the lower value prizes, while a red fan is a wild symbol. At the end of each spin, punters are given the option to spin individual reels if it looks like they can complete a winning combination, and while it costs a little extra, the rewards can make it well worth the effort. A free spins bonus feature has a white-masked actor as a stacked wild symbol that will be nudged into position to fill entire reels.

    Even people who have never been to an actual show will know the famous tale of The Phantom of the Opera. Microgaming have an online casino slot machine that takes images directly from the 2004 movie version of this popular musical. It’s another 243 Ways to Win game that’s packed full of exciting bonus rounds. You have a wild symbol that doubles winnings, free spins where the characters Christine and Raoul are dancing wilds, random multipliers and more. It’s a stunning-looking game that will have you humming the main theme to yourself for hours on end.

    The Reviews are in

    There’s no double-dealing, intrigue, deception or villains in this particular Chinese Opera. It’s an impressive game that plays fair and is independently certified by Gaming Labs International to guarantee reliable results. As you will only need to land symbols in any places across adjacent reels to win something, you should find that prizes are paid out pretty frequently, although they can often be low-value winnings.  

    It’s optimised to play on mobile devices like iPhones, iPads, Windows and Android smartphones or tablets, where the intricate design details of the Chinese Opera video slot still look great, even on the smaller screens.

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