Cinderella’s Ball

Cinderella’s Ball is a sweet, simple little video slots game by Red Tiger Gaming. As per this provider’s usual quality, you’ll find very satisfying graphics and musical accompaniment here.

The game has 20 paylines and the classic 3×5 reels. You’ll be able to find free demo versions online easily enough to try it out.

This game might be a little slow going but, at 96.28% RTP, it can be quite lucrative if you keep at it!

Cinderella’s Ball: Game Features

When you open the game you have 4 features mentioned.

  • Carriage spin: A carriage animation scatters pumpkin symbols.
  • Clock strike: A clock hand appears and spins each reel to get winning symbols.
  • Slipper trail: 3 wild card slippers in a row initiates the biggest winnings.
  • Fairy magic: A fairy godmother animation scatters wand symbols.

The basis of the game is to wait for the wild princess card to appear, as she initiates the carriage spin, clock strike and fairy magic features.

The Winning Symbols of Cinderella’s Ball

Getting 3 castle symbols initiates free spins and also triggers a ballroom bonus. As with the “bonus” parchment symbols, if you get two of these symbols on the same line, you’re granted a few free spins of the last reel to search for a third bonus symbol.

If you get a big win, a parchment animation appears with flowing coins to make you appreciate the win… but “big wins” in this game can mean as little as $30.

Here’s what you’ll win per symbol:

  • Silver Slippers: 800 coins
  • Pumpkins: 600 coins
  • Magic wand: 300 coins
  • Others: 60 coins

There is an autoplay option for the demo version, but not the paying version. There are also no multiplier features in this slot game.

It can be fun for Cinderella enthusiasts, as the story is well woven into the gameplay – the player feels the dread of the stepmother quite keenly, and anticipates the clock strike and carriage as keenly as Cinderella does.

But from our experience, winnings are few and far between, and the ballroom mini-game feature appears extremely rarely.