Mystery of Long Wei Slot



The Mystery of Long Wei slot is a beautifully designed Asian inspired game from iSoftBet. The fierce Long Wei Dragon guards the entrance to a sacred world where mystery symbols can trigger colossal symbols for huge wins!

Gameplay and Symbols in the Mystery of Long Wei Slot

The Mystery of Long Wei slot is a 5 reel and 40 payline game with a Chinese theme. Spinning in on the reels are various wild animals such as tigers and pandas along with a lotus flower, gold vase and koi fish. The phoenix is your highest paying icon offering up 25x your stake for five of a kind.

The wild symbol replaces all other symbols apart from the Chinese temple scatter symbol. Spins can be played from 40p up to £40 per spin.

Dragon Colossal Spins Feature

When a dragon symbol spins in on the first reel it triggers the Dragon Colossal Spins feature where the other four reels will see colossal symbols on them and start spinning. The dragon from reel 1 will reveal mystery symbols. After each respin, the dragon icon drops down by one position. Re-spins continue as long as a dragon is present on the reels.

Free Spins

Spin in 3, 4 or 5 temple scatter symbols to trigger 10, 20 or 30 free spins. During the feature, high-paying symbols are transformed into colossal icons occupying reels 2 to 5.

Summary

The Mystery of Long Wei slot is a medium-high variance slot with a high RTP of 97.01%. The game comes with a Asian theme with beautifully designed graphics and wins that can reach up to 400x your stake!

Slot Details:

  • Software: iSoftBet
  • Type: Video Slot
  • Reels: 5
  • Paylines: 40
  • Minimum/Max Bet: 0.40/40
  • Jackpot: 1,000

  • Bonus Round: Yes
  • Multipliers: No
  • Progressive: No
  • Scatter Symbol: Yes
  • Wild Symbol: Yes
  • 3D: No

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Mystery of Long Wei Slot

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