The Bell of Fortune game can be found at casinos offering Play ‘n Go software. Play ‘n Go are a growing provider 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 Bell of Fortune is 5.88%.
The Bell of Fortune game is made up of 3 reels and 1 payline.
Wild – The “Bell” symbol is Wild, substituting for all other symbols.
There are no bonus or additional features in the Bell of Fortune game. Here is a breakdown of symbol combinations and their value:
1 “Bell” – 1 coin = 2x the bet – 2 coins = 4x the bet – 3 coins = 6x the bet
2 “Bell” symbols - 1 coin = 6x the bet – 2 coins = 12x the bet – 3 coins = 18x the bet
Any 3 “Fruit” symbols - 1 coin = 6x the bet – 2 coins = 12x the bet – 3 coins = 18x the bet
3 “Plum” symbols – 1 coin = 15x the bet – 2 coins = 30x the bet – 3 coins = 45x the bet
3 “Orange” symbols - 1 coin = 40x the bet – 2 coins = 80x the bet – 3 coins = 120x the bet
3 “Strawberry” symbols -1 coin = 200x the bet – 2 coins = 400x the bet – 3 coins = 600x the bet
3 “Bell” symbols - 1 coin = 800x the bet – 2 coins = 1600x the bet – 3 coins = Jackpot
Bell of Fortune is very similar to a few other Play ‘n Go games, offering a traditional slot machine, complete with fruit and bell symbols. There are no bonuses to discuss here and even the Wild symbol is limited compared to other simple slots games. Even if there had been more combinations to win on I might have found something positive to say about this game but alas, even that is down to the bare bones. To top all of this off Bell of Fortune offers poor value for money with a house edge of 5.88, making this a game everyone should avoid.