Who’s The Bride Slot Review (NetEnt)
Another great release by NetEnt, Who’s The Bride, is a slot whose theme seems to lean towards the Chinese customs. However, given the prominence of this developer, the slot has incorporated other forms of inspiration like the wedding-related graphics.
Here is what I came across on this new slot:
Who’s The Bride is set up on feature 5x3 reels, and the game has a total of 9 active lines. There are free spins available here and with them, you have the potential to reap up to 3,000x ($54,000) per single round.
Being a NetEnt slot, I expected to find a good RTP and sure enough, I was not disappointed. Who’s The Bride has an excellent RTP, of 96.87%. The features are also excellent and I came across a number of them including the wilds, scatters, sticky wilds and multipliers.
Betting and Prizes
Who’s The Bride is a fairly priced game. You only need a minimum of $0.01 to get started. However, there is an option to use up to $18 per spin.
The slot has a number of ways through which you can win some decent jackpots; however, the much you can win with the regular rounds is 1,500 (formed with combinations from wilds).
Who’s The Bride Slot Features
The very first image that I noticed is that of the Bride. The bride appears in the wild symbol and you will see her partially hidden in her veil. The wild symbols are what the slot uses as its substitutes. You can also use them to create winning combinations if you can manage to land them on the reels 3-5 times on a single line.
Who’s The Bride scatters give you the Gold Ingots. To win the available prices of 2,500x total stake, you will need at least five scatter symbols (must all land simultaneously). If you manage three of these, then you will be in a position to trigger up to 12 free spins.
Theme & Design
Being a Chinese-inspired game, it is normal for the developer to use bright colours and that is why red and gold are the predominant colours on this game.
It was interesting to get the ‘feeling’ of a Chinese wedding, and especially the bride. Other symbols that I got to see on Who’s The Bride include red shoes, gold ingots, pendants, carriages, jewellery boxes, and teapots.
There are a number of low-value symbols too like Royals whose design is very basic.
Who’s The Bride is a highly volatile video slot, however, its excellent RTP seems to counter its volatility but that is something you may want to consider before playing this slot for real money.
NetEnt has set the stage on this wedding theme which is relatively a new entrance in the gaming world. I also loved its pretty good top payouts.
Although the slot seems to target the Eastern market given its deep used of Asian-style graphics, it is a high-quality slot that comes with great potential for players across the world.