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The Moon Princess game can be found at casinos offering Play ‘n Go software. Play ‘n Go are a growing providers in the industry and have a rapidly expanding portfolio of both slots games and clients. They do offer a full casino platform, but primarily seem to be used as a bolt on package for extra slots games. Play ‘n Go do publish the Return to Player (RTP)/House Edge information for their slots games within the game help files. As such we know that the house edge for Moon Princess is 4%.
The Moon Princess game sits within a 5x5 grid. There are no paylines, instead winning combinations are secured when 3 or more symbols match up, either vertically or horizontally. Winning symbols will disappear and all other symbols will drop down. If more matches are made, winning symbols will continue to drop. Each time a match is made the win will increase by one multiplier, up to a maximum of five. The multiplier will re-set after the board refills.
The Wild symbol is depicted by a “Blue Moon” with a gold crescent circling it.
Girl Power – If a spin fails to result in a win then there is a chance that one of the randomly selected Girl Power features could trigger. There are 3 different Girl Power features that are detailed below:
Love – This feature is represented by the pink Moon Princess. When it is randomly triggered, following a non-winning spin, one set of symbols will transfer into another set of symbols.
Star - This feature is represented by the blue Moon Princess. When it is randomly triggered, following a non-winning spin, up to Wild “Blue Moon” symbols will appear.
Storm - This feature is represented by the green Moon Princess. When it is randomly triggered, following a non-winning spin, two sets of randomly chosen symbols are destroyed, with the remaining symbols dropping down.
Princess Trinity – On the left of the screen there is a meter containing 3 sections. Fully charging the meter will activate the Princess Trinity feature. In order to fill the meter you need to win with princess symbols. To fill up one section of the meter you need to win with a combination of 3 princess symbols. To fill 2 sections of the meter you need to win with a combination of 4 princess symbols. To fill all 3 sections of the meter you need to win with a combination of 5 princess symbols. When the meter is full, all three of the Girl Power features will trigger at once.
Free Spins – To trigger free spins you have to clear the entire grid of symbols. When you do so you will be able to choose between 3 different Free Spin Options:
Love – This choice will give you an initial 4 spins with 4 more spins each time you fully charge the meter.
Star – This choice will give you can initial 5 free spins with 3 more spins each time you fully charge the meter.
Storm – This choice will give you an initial 8 free spins with 2 more spins each time you fully charge the meter.
During the Free Spins feature the multiplier does not re-set in-between wins and can reach a maximum of 20 time the original bet.
Moon Princess is a very exciting slots game. The larger than average sized grid draws the attention, as there always seems to be something happening. There seems to be lots of different ways to win, which means the grid is constantly flashing and changing. Having a bonus where the player can make a choice is always welcomed as it feels like we have more influence on the outcome of the spins. The theme is taken from manga/anime and time has clearly been taken to mould characters to try to develop a sort of narrative within the game. The fact that each character does something different adds to the game-play, making it feel much more varied than a standard slots game. Moon Princess is a difficult game to keep up with as everything happens at break-neck speed, often without the player knowing how they’ve managed to open a feature. Play ‘n Go have made a game that I could see many people sticking with for some time, despite the somewhat predictable 4% House Edge that appears to be a standard with all their games just now. Sure, you’ll find games with better value for money out there, but I suspect you’ll struggle to find many that you’d want to play as much as Moon Princess.