Divine Fortune is a recent game, one that was created by Net Ent, one of the most respected developers around. They didn’t pick a very original theme in this case, the inspiration apparently coming from Ancient Greece, but at least they’ve gone with a focus on creatures of those legends, so you see the Minotaur, along with the Pegasus, the Hydra and various other monsters. In the end though, they finish off the symbol list with the poker cards, Greek style but still not very original or interesting.
This is one of the few games where Net Ent doesn’t manage to impress players in the end, something that they do in the majority of their slots. The symbols are still of good quality, but they’ve cut some corners with those poker cards.
The developer is Net Entertainment. The company shouldn’t need an introduction for a long time player of casino games, being one of those names that you remember because of the quality of their work. It’s not as good in this particular game unfortunately, but there are other aspects of it that still make it a great title.
How To Play It
Most games offered by Net Ent come with fixed lines, and so that’s what Divine Fortune has as well. There will be 20 active lines for each round, where the line bets use between 1 and 10 coins, while their values can be between $0.01 and $0.50. In the end, the maximum line bet will get up to $5, while the slot’s entire betting range starts at $0.20 and can reach $100 at most.
You’re going to see Net Ent’s standard betting interface and displays at the bottom, though colored to match the design of this particular game. You’re playing for a progressive jackpot here, which is unusual for them. Keep reading to find more about it.
First of all, you’re going to have three jackpots to go after in this game. You can win them by accessing the bonus game. To trigger it, the requirement seems to be to collect 3+ Bonus symbols during paid spins.
These are symbols with Gold Coins that show Pegasus on them. You can win a huge progressive jackpot, or one of the two smaller fixed jackpots. The higher the bet size that round, the better the chance of landing the progressive Mega Jackpot.
Another thing you can get from special scatter symbols is a feature with free spins. You need these in a minimum of three spots during the same spin, and in exchange you can win 5, 8 or 12 free spins. The expanding wilds are much easier to trigger here, since they require a single wild symbol to appear on the reel.
The most common feature of the game, but also the one that got the unique angle, is the wild. Showing us Pegasus, it is a symbol that can be used as any other substitute. At the same time, it will move one position down and trigger re-spins for free, for as long as the symbol is still present. Get another wild to land on top of an existing wild as it moves down, and it will expand and cover the reel fully.
The progressive prize, Mega Jackpot, is the one that should get your full attention. It’s a prize that can apparently go into the six figure area significantly. If you look at the regular payouts only, they reach 600x, so $3,000 is the highest value there.
Divine Fortune has some good things to offer a player, being a slot machine with big prizes and unusual features. Add the good design that it has, and it’s a must play title. Too bad it doesn’t have the usual high end design from Net Ent though.