Fenghuang is an online slot game by software manufacturer Habanero. As you can already tell from the title, the theme in this game is Asian. However, it’s not quite the typical Asian slot game. It has none of the traditional red and gold colors, and, in fact, takes place in the wilderness.
There is a fog in the backdrop, covering the long leaves, and in the distance you can make out the edgy, rocky landscape. There is a very traditional soundtrack, though, to still remind you of the genre. And you will also have the dragons wrapped around the columns on either side of the reels, too.
Fenghuang Game Details
While the layout in Fenghuang features the common 5 reels and 3 rows, the number of paylines is rather unusual. There are 28 available paylines, and these are fixed. So you won’t be able to regulate them. Bets here range from a minimum of 20c per spin and up to a crazy maximum of $1,000 per spin.
As for the symbols, they include the lower value playing cards A, K, Q, J and 10. And the higher value symbols feature the Chinese five elements of nature. These are Wood, Water, Air, Earth and Fire. Fire is the highest value icon in the whole game.
Fenghuang Bonus Feature
Next, you will be sure to notice that this offering also has three dragon symbols. One of them even covers several positions, but they all act as Wilds. The regular sized two dragon Wilds will help you trigger the game’s freespins bonus feature. For this to happen, you will need to land the first on reel 1, and the second on reel 5, simultaneously. As a result, for each freespin, both Wilds will move one position across the screen in opposite directions.
The freespins will cease when there are no more Wilds visible on the reels. And if the two cross over each other, they will turn into the third, expanded dragon Wild. Last but not least, Fenghuang also boasts a Progressive Jackpot and a Gamble feature.
The quality of the visuals in this online slot game is decent, but nowhere near superb. Some players may find the setup with the multiple lookalike Wilds confusing, but it’s really quite simple once you start playing.