Enchanted Eyes: Big Hit Bonanza Slot review
A new Ainsworth release, Enchanted Eyes is a game with a low RTP and a fortune teller inspired design.
Enchanted Eyes comes from Ainsworth, a developer that has a long history in the gambling industry. They originate from Australia, and they are mostly providers of casino games for land based establishments, though they have an online arm for the company as well. They don’t quite manage to offer content at the same quality as dedicated online developers, and Enchanted Eyes is a good example of that. The look is OK overall, but the graphics aren’t that modern. Theme wise, we’re looking at a mix of fortune teller and Ancient Egypt inspired imagery. You get the masked woman on one hand, with her face decorated with jewelry, while on the other you have symbols with the Eye of Ra, scarabs or lotus flowers. In the end, you still end up with Royals for the lowest value symbols.
When it comes to the way you can play this game, you will form your winning combinations on its 25 lines, spin 5×3 reels and maybe get a chance at a Grand Jackpot of $30,000. Otherwise, the game pays 400x the stake at most, for a single free spin. Moving on to features, the list includes the Princess wild, Big Hit feature, Pyramid scatters and free spins. The part that disappoints in this game is the 94.31% RTP.
It will let you set up a wager that’s anywhere from $1 to $40, a good enough range, which allows everyone to play it.
First, we have the Princess as the wild, a symbol that you can have as part of various combinations, provided that the rest of the required regulars are on the same line. Wilds appear only on the last four reels.
Pyramid icons are scatters, which you get on the middle three columns. Have 6+ visible and you get a Big Hit bonus to start, with 3 respins offered for free in it. The idea is to get additional scatters, as each one pays up to 50x the stake once the respins are done. These will also add free spins to a meter, which can then be triggered at the end.
The other feature comes from the Bonus icon, which triggers a fixed jackpot, one of the three smaller ones, whenever it lands on the three middle reels.
Enchanted Eyes is not a bad game, but it’s not some masterpiece either. The dated graphics and the low RTP don’t really make it a very desirable game, not for an online title at least.