Planet Fortune is a latest Play'N Go slot machine, in which they created a gorgeous space themed story, with a retro theme that places the design style somewhere in the 50s, even though the action might be happening a century or more later.
In Planet Fortune, you can count on a slot which has 40 fixed lines for 5 reels. The game will offer payouts of $6,250 at best, while keeping an average RTP of 96.50%. The slot has wild symbols of two types, along with free spins. Mega symbols and walking wilds are used as well, at certain times during the game.
Betting and Prizes
You set up your wager in the typical way that Play n Go employs in many of their games. You have a list of bet values at the bottom, used to cover all 40 lines, and you need to choose one, and then click on Spin. You have a minimum value of $0.20 and a maximum one of $100, with plenty of options in-between. The line bet appears to go up to $2.50 at most.
As for the bigger prizes that can come out of this slot, there is one worth up to $6,250 to you, provided that you’ve selected the maximum bet that round. Because the slot has 40 lines, you could actually look at rewards as high as $250,000. The best RTP that you can get while playing this slot is set to 96.50%.
Planet Fortune Slot Features
A randomly occurring feature, Magnetic Mayhem may trigger at any point during your spins, and if that happens it will stick two or three reels which are adjacent, spinning them with the same symbols. These are also reels that get only 2x2 or 3x3 mega symbols, so they occupy multiple lines and at the same time they contribute two or more symbols to them. Obviously, your odds of getting a good payout would increase considerably.
Another thing to point out about this game is that it has stacked symbols. It’s the item and character symbols that can appear this way on the reels, so it does not apply to the playing cards.
Moving on to the next feature of the slot, the one called Robot Revolution, you should know that getting it to start requires that you have a minimum of three wilds in view on the reels. There will be 10 free spins for you here, and unfortunately there is no way to retrigger them. The free spins have an extra feature for you, the fact that any wilds that appear here will be turned into walking wilds, which move towards the left until they fall off, one position during each round. This applies even to the wilds that got the free spins started, so you get help from this feature from the first round.
The wilds are offered in the base game as well, though in a simpler form, which doesn’t do the walking thing. They’re just substitutes at this point, which can be used in combination with all other symbols. They’re the ones that pay the most as well.
Theme & Design
The theme appears to be inspired by the science fiction of the 50s, or the one in the first half of the 20th century in any case. It’s designed like a comic book of that era, with gorgeous graphics that include images of astronauts, women of the time, good and evil robots, crystals and the usual mix of playing cards.
Planet Fortune has its good looks on its side, and the features and RTP contribute a lot as well. I for one really enjoyed it, and I think that others will feel the same way.