As part of its quest to reach a wider audience across the globe, NetEnt gives you King of 3 Kingdoms, an Asian-themed slot which takes you off to an adventure in the ancient times of the Far East.
Already known for its huge selection of slots, NetEnt continues to deliver with this 243 Ways to Win slot.
Pros & Cons
- Coin wins are tripled during Free Spins.
- Only 2 lower symbols needed for a win.
- 243 Ways to Win.
- Only one bonus round.
- Wild symbols only appear on reels 2 and 4.
- Plenty of other Asian inspired slots out there.
How to Play
If you are interested in warriors and ruling an empire, this slot could be one for you. While it is thematically based around war and conquering, there isn’t as much of it on the reels as in the Napoleon slot from Blueprint Gaming, which takes conflict to heart and uses it to striking effect in its bonus features. That said, King of 3 Kingdoms is easy to play, easy to understand and even easier to enjoy as it takes you back to an ancient time where three rulers were in charge of…well, three kingdoms!
To get started, simply spin away by hitting the big spin button at the bottom of the screen – you can’t miss it. In fact, all the main buttons are spread out at the bottom of the screen so you can easily make your bet and adjust how you play. Then it’s up to you to see if you can be one of the three kings.
The low value symbols are made up of the card faces Nine to Ace, each of which is intricately designed in an Asian manner. The other symbols include the three kings and a symbol of three warriors standing together. The game symbols might not be as innovative as in JFTW’s Shogun of Time but they definitely work well to create the theme.
The King in the Blue Robe is the most lucrative symbol, giving you 100, 500 or 1,500 coins for three, four of five in a combination. The Map is the Wild and substitutes for other symbols to create more wins, rewarding you with a nifty animation as you do so. Remember though, the Wild can only appear on the second and fourth reels for it to come into effect.
You’d think that three kings in three kingdoms would have massive armies behind them and scores of bonuses to boot. However, King of 3 Kingdoms only has one bonus game, though it can prove lucrative.