The Jade Butterfly slot game can be found at casinos offering Pragmatic Play software. Pragmatic Play are one of the newer slots game developers on the market but their products are polished and professional in feel and operation. As a standard Pragmatic Play do publish the RTP/House Edge information for their slots games within their game help file. For a provider that are not currently licensed within the UK market and therefore are under no obligation to publish these figures this is a significantly progressive move. The House Edge of Jade Butterfly is 3.53%.
The wings may be heavy, but the beauty of the Jade Butterfly is unequalled.
Jade Butterfly is a 5 reel game with each reel 4 symbols high. It does not use standard paylines. Instead any three or more matching symbols anywhere on adjacent reels starting from the left side of the reels constitutes a win. This is equivalent to 1024 standard paylines.
The ‘Jade Butterfly’ symbol is Wild and only appears on reels 2 and 4.
There are two bonus features when playing Jade Butterfly. The first bonus feature is available at the end of every spin. At the end of the spin a price will be shown at the bottom of each reel. By clicking on that reel you can respin that individual reel while the others remain as they currently are.
The second bonus feature is triggered if you receive 3 or more of the ‘Free Spins’ scatter symbol anywhere on the reels. When this happens you will be awarded 13 free spins. During the free spins all wins are multiplied by 3. Free spins can be retriggered. Alternative reels are used during the free spins.
For a very recent release Jade Butterfly falls short of anything remarkable. The graphics are fine without being impressive. The gameplay is limited with a very generic free spins bonus feature and a reel respin feature that a number of software providers have already used several years ago. The House Edge is around average for the games coming out at the moment. There’s not much that we could specifically criticise here, but there’s not a great deal to praise either, especially when you can play far better new releases for a lower House Edge elsewhere.