Fenix Play Deluxe is a part mythic, part classic slot September 21, 2017 Wazdan-owned video slot. The blurb prompts players to assist the phoenix (also called Fenix) in its rite of passage that, thematically, is all about cremation, self-immolation and reincarnation as mentioned in the ancient Greek mythology.
Fenix Play Deluxe is the third video slot in the Fenix Play tetralogy; the first online game is Fenix Play (June 2012), the second game is Fenix Play 27 (June 2012), and fourth game is Fenix Play 27 Deluxe (September 2017). Wazdan’s other phoenix-inspired video slot is Fire Bird (June 2012).
Fenix Play Deluxe’s rival slot games include: Phoenix Gold (January 2020) from Pariplay, Phoenix (September 2016) from Red Tiger Gaming, and Phoenix Reborn (April 2019) from Play’n Go. All symbols require three winning combinations.
Fenix Play Deluxe Game Characteristics
Fenix Play Deluxe has a 3X3 grid whose three gold-framed off-white reels are fastened together by teal pathways of the five fixed paylines. It has nine symbols, nine cash bets, neither free games nor substituting wilds, no win multipliers, gamble game, and regularly pays from $0.50 to
Fenix Play Deluxe has nine ordinary symbols only, namely: red-and-golden star; red-and-golden 7; halved watermelon; leafy purple grapes; golden bell; plum; orange; lemon; and leafy cherries.
The Fenix Play Deluxe cash bets: $0.10 (minimum bet), $0.20, $0.50, $1.00, $5.00, $10.00, $20.00, $50.00, and $100.00 (maximum bet).
Betting $100.00 results in these self-adjusting Fenix Play Deluxe payouts for three winning combinations. Star pays $7500.00. 7 pays $5000.00. Watermelon pays $4000.00. Grapes pay $3000.00. Golden bell pays $2000.00. Plum, or orange pays $1000.00. Lemon, or cherries pay $500.00.
A winning combination unlocks a two-part seven-round side game. The first side game by default (unticked “gambling cards only” icon under the settings), prompts players to guess from which of the two mounds of ashes the phoenix will rise—if dark smoke emerges from the selected mound, the current win is nullified; if the phoenix itself rises from the selected mound, the current win is doubled.
Alternative side game (unticked “gambling cards only”) icon. Hereby, players predict the upcoming color of a face down playing card by pressing the red or black spots beside the card—wrong guesses nullify the gambled amount, while correct guesses double the gambled amount. Fair Play Deluxe’s non-progressive jackpot is a mere X75, which is (75X100) is $7500.00.
These are the notable features of the good Fenix Play Deluxe software. Modes: big screen; high quality and ultra lite; slow, average and fast speeds; left and right hand; multilingual; and low, standard, or high volatility levels. Supports Windows, iOS, html5, and Android operating systems. Supports desktops, smartphones, laptops, and tablets.
Autoplay options: the mobile version has a slider that lets players choose between five and 1000 rounds that can be set to stop after any win or after the single win and/or cash decrease/increase limit exceeds a predetermined amount from $1.00 and $1000.00. The desktop version has 10, 20, 30, 50, 70, 100, 500 and 1000 rounds whose aforementioned limits range from $0.01 to $1000000.00.
Sounds: instrumental, chinking, howling wind, and screeching phoenix. The animated 3D graphics include: fire-breathing phoenix, blazing winning combinations, smoldering ash heaps, glittering reincarnated phoenix, God’s rays, and billowing wisps of gray and black smoke.
Luck in Fenix Play Deluxe
The RTP rate of Fenix Play Deluxe, a game of chance, is 96.44% and the house edge is 3.56%.