Emperor of the Sea
When we talk about Ancient China, we have a very specific image in our heads of long-lost emperors, beautiful relics and awesome legends about dragons and other mythical beasts. Microgaming provides a different side of Chinese history in the form of Emperor of the Sea.
Emperor of the Sea (refreshingly) addresses the maritime history of Ancient China, giving us a small glimpse into their seafaring past. You not only learn something new with this lot but also gain a few wins as well.
Here are some more details on this unique game.
Emperor of the Sea explores the maritime culture of historical China, giving punters a glimpse into the influence that seafaring had of the country’s wealth and story-telling. Spinners won’t only learn something but they might also find some prosperity for themselves while sailing the 5 reels and 88 paylines of this video slot. Helping players to navigate their way through the ocean is a round of 8 free spins with “Growing Wilds” and “Rolling Reels”. This medium to high volatility slot machine has a theoretical RTP of 96.28%.
The Good Ship China
China didn’t become one of the wealthiest nations in the world by sitting about on land all day. The great historical country acquired much of its riches and notoriety by taking to sea to establish important trade routes with other countries in the world. Spinners of this game can discover some of the precious things that might have been transported on the merchant ships of ancient China in this oriental slot machine, with symbols that depict magnificent jade vases, interesting statuettes of turtles and incredibly valuable golden sycees – an old form of currency used in the oriental world much like a golden coin in the Western world.
Visually speaking, the slot machine does a good job at presenting an orientally themed game with a seafaring twist. The game screen is set within an illustrated scene of swirling waves and beaming sunlight while the symbols are all illustrated in a traditional Eastern style. Some of the other icons on the reels also reveal some water-dwelling beasts which are symbolically important in Chinese culture, from the humble koi carp to the almighty sea dragon, both of which are symbols of good fortune and prosperity.