Kung Fu Rooster Slot Celebrates Year of the Rooster
Kung Fu Rooster is a brand new Chinese themed, five reel, twelve line video slot game from Realtime Gaming. According to the Chinese calendar the current year, 2017, is celebrated as the Year of the Rooster and is one of the twelve-year cycle of animals. So now we begin to understand what inspired the creators of this slot game.
Kung Fu Rooster is a medium volatility slot game which allows for a fun and entertaining gaming experience. The Scatter Bonus symbol is the monkey and this is what triggers the bonus feature. The Rooster is the Wild symbol and substitutes for any symbol except for Bonus Scatter symbol.
All types of players are catered for with the betting starting off at twelve cents per spin and increasing steadily all the way up to R60 per spin for those crazy adrenaline junkies.
Kung Fu Rooster Free Spins Feature
The Final Trials free spins feature is triggered when two or more Scatter symbols appear from left to right on the same pay line. Two Scatter Bonus symbols will award seven free spins and three or more Scatter symbols will award twenty-five free spins. The Scatter Bonus symbol does not appear during the free spins feature and as a result this feature cannot be re-triggered.
Fire Claw Multiplier
During the free spins bonus feature, there is a chance that the Fire Claw Multiplier may be activated. If the Fire Claw Multiplier is active then prizes are x1 in the first free spin, x2 in the second free spin and this continues to increase on each free spin all the way up to x25, if 25 free spins were awarded.
In Kung Fu Rooster slot game, all symbols pay from left to right including Bonus symbols. The maximum win that can be awarded per paid spin is 50,000 times bet per line.
Kung Fu Rooster Conclusion
Although Kung Fu Rooster is a fun and entertaining video slot game to play, and is worth a spin or two of the reels, it didn’t hold my attention for very long. I found the free spins feature rather boring with many spins not awarding any wins at all. Maybe this was exacerbated because I never did see the Fire Claw Multiplier in action.