Tower of Fortuna Slot by Betsoft Comes to SA Online Casinos
Recently, the online casino software group, Betsoft released a new slot game to online casinos. Tower of Fortuna brings a new dimension to the Roman mythology themed genre of slots.
This time around, Betsoft pays tribute it’s the Goddess of Luck who spreads her good fortune across the 3 reels and five pay lines of Tower of Fortuna slot. South African casino players can spin their way to the top of the tower to trigger Fortuna’s favours. Look out for the magic multipliers which have the potential to increase wins to 3,220 x your original bet.
Betsoft has created a visually-attractive game, complete with towering marble towers, bright blue skies and ancient villa gardens. The wild symbol is the Crimson Flat which only makes its appearance on reel two. It will stand in for other symbols to create winning combinations, except the Blazing Sun.
The Sun symbol is the scatter symbol in Tower of Fortuna and has the potential to land on any reel. When three of them land on the reels, you’ll be awarded with 10 free spins. Even better, this feature can be re-triggered in the free spin feature.
You can also make your own fortune by using the Betsoft Buy In feature. Use it to purchase more free spins, as well as an initial 2 x multipliers.
Betsoft has also included an exciting new tower climbing mechanic. With every losing spin, you climb one level of the tower and a flitting cherub announces your new multiplier amount. When you land a winning combo, your payout is multiplied by the multiplier on the flag, and you start once more at the bottom of the tower.
The Head of Account Management at Betsoft Gaming, Anna Mackney explained why Tower of Fortuna promises to be so popular with South African online gamblers.
“This modern classic slot melds superb imagery and Betsoft’s trademark cinema standard audio-visual skills with intriguing features and mechanics,” she said. “Initial feedback is fantastic and we are sure Tower of Fortuna will be an “astronomical” hit with players of all standards.”