Free Jewel of the Arts Slots

The Jewel of the Arts slot is an Oriental based game, one of a large number in the crowded slots genre, although this game does offer some originality due to the specific subject matter. This slot is centered on the arts, with origami, a fan dance, an artist and a resplendent samurai featured on the reels. The main feature of the slot is a free games round, where the number of spins is small, but with a great opportunity of winning big.

The artistic element to the slot is evident immediately upon starting the game. The background to the reels shows trees and flowers in an orchard style setting, all bathed differing shades of purple. White petals fall softly through the air, giving the game a relaxing air. The reels feature large well drawn symbols, the samurai perhaps the most striking of all. The four playing card symbols are all in different colours, each drawn with swishes of paint, giving them a unique look. The accompanying sound is a little strange, creating something of a contrast to the game – a fast paced drum track is joined by the more gentle strings, where the strings alone would have been perfect.


Playing Jewel of the Arts

When it comes to playing the game, you’ll find something of a standard five reel game, each reel three symbols high. There are a total of 20 win lines, although you can choose to play fewer (the options are slightly odd 1, 3, 5, 9, 15 or 20 lines). You’ll then choose your stake per line before moving on and hitting spin!

You’ll win by landing three or more consecutive symbols in a row from left to right on a win line, although the top paying symbol also pays out for just 2 in a row, this being the title symbol. This symbol shows the name of the slot in blue and pink lettering, a paintbrush sitting above a fan in between the lettering. Should this appear five times in a row you’ll pick up a win of 1,000 coins. You’ll see from the pay table that this is by far the highest paying, with the samurai and the artist coming in next at 300 and 250 coins respectively for a full house. The fan, the origami and the playing card letters make up the rest of the standard symbols.

The wild symbol at the game is a geisha girl, bedecked in a golden head dress and a red flowery gown. This symbol appears only on reels 2, 3 and 4 and will substitute for any other symbol at the game (apart from the bonus symbol), ensuring you’ll gain additional wins.

Aside from the standard play at the reels, there is one added feature, which is activated by the ‘Fan Dance Bonus symbol’. Like the wild symbol, this only appears on reels 2, 3 and 4 and if it does land on each you’ll enter the free spins bonus round. Should you land just two, you’ll earn a scatter win of 2x your total bet.

Bonus Game for Jewel of the Arts

At first you might feel a little disappointed that you’ll only have three spins at the feature, but it soon becomes clear that some big wins can be gained. This is due to the fact that the first spin has a completely wild second reel, the second spin features both the second and third reels completely wild, while the third spin will see reels 2, 3 and 4 completely wild. The eagle eyed among you will quickly realize that wins are guaranteed on the 2nd and 3rd spins as 3 and 4 in a row wins are certain.  As an additional bonus, an ‘extra spin’ symbol appears on the first reel, granting you exactly that. One downside to the round is the fact that the title symbol only pays 50% of the usual prize when landing 5 in a row during the feature.

Summary of Jewel of the Arts

It has to be said that IGT have done a good job of producing an original slot in a somewhat crowded genre. The game has an extremely nice feel and the free spins feature is certainly unique – the focus certainly being on quality over quantity here. Whether this slot is one you’ll return to again and again is open to question, but‘s first impressions are positive ones.

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