Emperors Palace (EGT)
Emperor’s Palace is an Asian-inspired slot game from EGT. The action on the slot takes place in what was a Chinese Emperor’s palace, back in the day.
The slot is not quite original, and we will find out why in this review:
Emperor’s Palace is set on 5 reels, with up to 30 active lines. The game uses several features that include free spins, stacked wilds and scatters, among others.
Betting and Prizes
Emperor’s Palace has 5 different Spin buttons, and on each button, there is a different option on the number of coins used.
If you opt to select the option with all 30 lines active, you will be able to place wagers of 30, 60, 150, 300 or 600 coins. The game allows you to change the coin value, and you can be able to adjust it to between $0.01 and $1. With such an arrangement, the wagers can cost between $0.30 and $600 per spin.
With the help of the slot’s stacked wild, Emperor’s Palace can deliver up to 1,000 coins per each of its line. EGT has announced an RTP of 95%, which is not impressive.
Just like what we have seen on most EGT slots, Emperor’s Palace has a mystery progressive jackpot, which has four different values.
Emperor’s Palace Slot Features
The slot is not very rich with features, but among the few that are available is the Stacked Dragon Wilds. Although the symbol has the potential to cover the entire reel, in most cases, it will only take two positions.
When on an active line, the Dragon will work as a substitute, and you can use it to boost new wins.
Then there is the Yin Yang logo, a feature that comes with a zodiac wheel. On most cases, this feature appears in the middle three columns, and it will most likely land stacked.
The game also offers some free spins, and to trigger them, you will need at least 7 scatters. This will reward you with between 7 and 30 rounds, depending on the number of scatters available. Unfortunately, the free spins feature cannot be retriggered.
Theme & Design
The game uses a theme that is quite popular, and it borrows a lot of inspiration from the Chinese Emperor. This is clear with the many associated graphics.
The look is familiar as well, and EGT has retained the same Emperor, Empress, and a Lion Statue. Additional symbols include a Porcelain Vase and a Lotus. Four Royals are available to represent low-value symbols.
The design of this game is great, but I do not find the overall game interesting.
From what I experienced, I can give the Emperor’s Palace an average rating.
EGT has used the very same theme that I have seen countless times, but they have done well with the graphics.
Also, the developer has combined different features in a way that makes the game fun.
Although I appreciate the payouts that the developer is offering for this slot, they would have done better with the RTP which is way below the average.