With Enchanted Garden, we see RTG, the world-renowned slot manufacturer, at its best. Released in 2006, since then it hasn’t failed to attract many and many a gambler throughout the globe. Now, my friend, it is your turn to try your hand at the mysterious adventures in a magical forest.
It seems, though, that the sole inhabitants of that place are only snow-white unicorns, dazzlingly beautiful women with green hair, diamonds and butterflies flying to and fro. The rest is taken up by soulless numbers and glittering letters. If you like that peculiar RTG style, continue reading the review.
The slot is traditional in terms of its operating scheme. It features five reels and twenty paylines. The most promising part comes with the description of a jackpot – in fact, the whole bunch of jackpots. You have a chance of winning a progressive prize, a random ordinary first prize and the second prize of 2,500 dollars. The coin denominations are $0.01, $0.02, $0.05, $0.25, $0.5, $1, and $5.00. Mind you, to win big, you’ll have to bet max.
The largest number of coins you can bet is 400. The winners are 25 in total. Wild symbols have the power to multiply your winnings twice, and the scatters are also in the game, introducing you to seven free spins, which number is very disappointing for such a seemingly reputable slot. Auto spinning is of course provided.
All in all, the slot is worth playing because of the flexible jackpot system – it virtually only advantage. What about the rest? The rest can tear your wallet apart, so beware of the risks, agreed?