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Persian Dreams

The Persia Empire, whose duration ranged from circa 500 BC to the late 1970s and rose from Iran, is the basis for Persian Dreams. Therefore, Bally Wulff has developed a video slot with diverse themes, including: ancient Iran, imperial dynasty, royalty, and magic. Edict provides Persian Dreams. No doubt, Bally Wulff has developed several similarly-themed online games such as Gates of Persia (November 2016), Magic Book (December 2015), Magic Book 6 (October 2016), and the Ancient Magic trilogy.

Video slots from rival games developers include Persian Fortune from Red Tiger Gaming, Persian Nights (November 2017) from Belatra Games, and Gold of Persia (2011) from Merkur. Persian Dreams players have lots of winning chances, thanks to the four symbols (Persian princess, bracelet, pet leopard, and teapot) require two, three, four, or five winning combinations; and six symbols (spell book, A, K, Q, J, and 10) needing three, four, and five winning combinations.

Persian Dreams Game Characteristics

Persian Dreams is characterized by a 5X3 dark blue grid, five fixed pay lines, and ten symbols. Its dynamic payouts are between $0.10 and $10000.00. Inarguably, Persian Dreams has relatively fewer free games—only ten. Fortunately, those free games, which are unlocked by the bonus symbols, have a comparatively higher possibility of getting triggered because nine of the Persian Dreams symbols (all except the spell book) have the potential to transform into bonus symbols.

Persian Dreams’ only special symbol, the diamond-encased spell book, does substitute for the rest of the symbols except when they transform into bonuses; in fact, it is a Wild and the scatter. Four high-paying and five low-paying make up the nine Persian Dreams ordinary symbols.

The high-paying symbols are: a gray-haired Persian princess ornamented with a golden hair chain and silver earrings, and dressed in a red headscarf; a golden bangle. The low-paying symbols are: a red A; an orange K; a pet leopard in a palace; an antique silver teapot beside a glass; yellow Q; a green J; and a blue 10.

The Persian Dreams bet sizes are: $0.10 (minimum bet), $0.20, $0.50, $1.00, $2.00, $5.00, and $10.00 (maximum bet). Betting the $10.00 bet can result to these Persian Dreams payouts. The high payouts for two, three, four, and five combinations (alongside the spellbook): the Persian princess pays $10000.00, $2000.00, $200.00, and $20.00; the pet leopard pays $4000.00, $800.00, $80.00, and $10.00; the bracelet pays $1500.00, $200.00, $60.00, and $10.00; the spell book pays $20.00, $200.00, and $2000.00; and the teapot has 1500.00, $200.00, $60.00, and $10.00.

The low payouts for three, four, and five winning combinations: either A, or K pays $300.00, $80.00, and $10.00; either Q, J, or 10 pays $200.00, $50.00, and $10.00. More than three spell books offer ten free games. The non-progressive jackpot of Persian Dreams is $10000.00.

The Persian Dreams software is generally good, although it has a few downsides; for instance, it is fitted with a small maximum bet, thus limiting its target audience to the low rollers. A regular win unlocks a side game, where the players clicks the “Gamble” to the left of “Collect” so as to gamble on red/black upcoming playing cards, or clicks the “Gamble” to the right of “Collect” to gamble on the ladder’s rungs. The sound effects, including jingling coins and magical; the theme song is Hayden James and Running Touch’s 2019 track Better Together. The rotating spell book and the sparkling symbols are among the animated 3D graphics, complemented with the palm tree-lined manicured lawn and Persian castle in the background.

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A game of chance, the RTP of Persian Dreams is 96.18% and the house edge is 3.82%.

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