Play Chiefs Fortune Slot
MicroGaming boasts a range of unique slot machines that feature the classic look and use the same approach. Chiefs Fortune is one of them and emphasizes on a theme of the native American inhabitants. While it is a classical slot, the features in it exceed what players would refer to as standard ones in these kinds of games.
Firstly, there's a wild symbol in the game that substitutes for any other symbols, except for the magic arrow. Secondly, an even more unusual feature is offered in the game, a bonus round where you have to dress up the chief himself. It's quite hilarous along with the fact that it also is lucrative, as the prizes in credits aren't all that small.
How To Play
Even though the game is a little more advanced than the majority of classic slots in the market, Chiefs Fortune is still really basic when it comes to playing it. The slot features fixed coin value that is denominated to $1, but up to 3 coins can be wagered meaning the maximum bet is relatively small - $3. However, the 2,000 coin maximum payout featured in the game translates to $6,000 in cash that is still significant enough.
Back to the gameplay now. There are three buttons in the main reel screen, with pay-table being displayed on the right side of these. The buttons are:
Bet One – wager a single coin ($1) on the next spin
Bet Max – wager the maximum amount allowed, which is $3
Spin – quite obviously, button that spins the symbols on reels when pressed.
There's also an advanced, expert mode that can be enabled by pressing the ''Expert'' button. It allows you to set up an autoplay feature for a specific amount of spins.
Strategy & Tips
You should always play for the maximum bet allowed, in Chiefs Fortune slot. This is the case because you can only enter the bonus game, when the maximum is wagered. It isn't anywhere near what other slots offer and is only $3 per spin so this should not be a problem.
On the other hand, betting the maximum amount also allows you to claim the highest payout in the game – 2,000 coins. Again, given the relatively small amount that is set as a maximum bet, you should pretty much always go for it.