Choy Sun Doa: My Opinion
Aristocrat's Choy Sun Doa slot
may well be familar to land-based casino players, especially those who frequent Macau. It's aimed squarely at the Asian gambler but I have to say that's not a prerequisite to enjoying it - it's a good game and reminiscent of the 5 Dragons gaame
and Lucky88 slot
both also from Aristocrat.
Choy Sun Doa means "God Of Wealth" although to be honest, you're gonna be hard-pushed to walk away too wealthy from this one. It's fun, but big wins rely on the free spin feature and then you have to have the guts to pick a smaller number of free spins in pursuit of bigger multipliers. Check out the video above to see what I mean!
It's a 243 ways to win 'Reel Power' game like 5 Dragons, Imperial House
and the more recent Silk Road slot
, meaning any symbols anywhere in view left-to-right pay out regardless of position. The same applies to the bonus symbol - you need them on reels 1, 2 and 3 to trigger the free spins. The God Choy Sun Doa
is the Wild symbol and only appears on reels 2, 3 and 4 and this is also the key to big multipliers in the free spins. Oddly, the Scatter symbol used to trigger the free spin bonus is the same one used in the 50 Dragons slot
Although Choy Sun Doa might be one of the more recognisable Aristocrat slots
it's not the best but neither is it the worst IMO. I marginally prefer games like More Chilli
and Tiki Torch
because of the way the feature is triggered and the immensely popular 50 Lions slot
also takes some beating for entertainment value in my book.
Choy Sun Doa slot reviewed by Simmo for Slotjunkies
Choy Sun Doa Slot Paytables
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