The Phoenix Sun game can be found at casinos offering Quickspin software. Quickspin 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 Quickspin 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 Phoenix Sun is 3.92%.
Will the Phoenix rise for you?
Phoenix Sun is a 5 reel game that does not use standard paylines. Instead any 3 or more matching symbols in any position on consecutive reels starting from the left side of the reels is considered a win. This is the equivalent of 243 paylines in the base game.
The ‘Golden Sun’ symbol is Wild. The ‘Phoenix Sun’ symbol is also Wild.
There is only one bonus feature when playing Phoenix Sun and it is triggered when you receive the Phoenix Sun Wild symbol in any position on the reels in a winning payline. There are 3 rows of symbols shaded out directly above the reels. When you receive a Phoenix Sun Wild symbol on a winning payline 3 symbols from the bottom of the shaded out area will randomly be revealed and all active symbols will be respun. The Phoenix Sun Wild symbol will be banked in a meter on the left side of the reels before the respin. If the respin results in another Phoenix Sun Wild symbol the Phoenix Sun Wild symbol is banked at the left side of the reels, another 3 of the shaded out symbols are randomly revealed and another respin is triggered. This process continues until all shaded out symbols have been revealed and 5 Phoenix Sun Wild symbols have been banked. If you manage to collect 3 Phoenix Sun Wild symbols you are awarded 8 free spins. The free spins are played with all the shaded out symbols reveal resulting in a total of 7776 potential paylines.
The Phoenix Sun game is visually a beautiful game. It has a reasonably entertaining bonus feature, though it is lacking a little in the variety department. The House Edge is reasonable without being exciting. Overall a solid game that’s worth a spin or two.