The core concept behind the design of this game is minimalism, especially when it comes to features. There aren’t so many features the game feels cluttered, or so little the game doesn’t feel complete. They are designed, so the player is interrupted as little as possible during regular gameplay.
Lady of Fortune has 15 win lines, more than enough to get a chance to hit a big multiplier. If you’ve played any Play n Go slot before, this one is pretty similar to the rest of their games. You’re free to select as many as five coins on each line or adjust the coin value to suit you.
The system itself is also somewhat unconventional, if not unique. Unlike most games that start off on the left of the reel, Lady of Fortune Play n Go’s winning combinations can be hit from either direction. It’s possible to combine up to four symbols starting on the second reel or three symbols from the third.
Another thing that’s implemented differently is the autoplay feature. Most games allow you to set the number of consecutive spins to play before stopping. Here, you simply click the start button to start autoplay and click stop when you’re ready to play manually again.
A consequence of the design choice of this game is that the game feels tidy but lacks the kind of luster we’re used to in newer games. It’s not as appealing as some of the more mainstream titles like Thunderstruck that have become ubiquitous in the online slot space. However, the choice of music was exquisite in a kind of mystical sense – definitely a welcome respite from the mundanity of the game’s graphics.