Flowers Christmas Edition is the perfect choice for the winter season as NetEnt has taken one of its most iconic slots and created a special version for its fans. The snow everywhere and the small changes to the symbols make the game very fun to play and it maintains its great features. These include doubled symbols, wilds and a free spins mode which comes with tripled wins.
While getting ready to celebrate the festive season in 2015, Net Entertainment launched special editions of a couple of its most popular slots. One of the new games is Flowers Christmas Edition. The slot is very similar to the original Flowers game which many players enjoy at online casinos. However, the winter touches and the Christmas theme make it a better fit for the season as the background image is now a snowy landscape, the screen has tree branches and ornaments, and the symbols are covered in snow. The different types of flowers continue to be the protagonists of the game and while the special symbols have changed a bit, the features remained the same. 30 lines are fixed when spinning the five reels and they will allow prizes to be granted for combos which start from the first reel. The image of the snowflake with a red hat is the wild and will substitute for other symbols. The Free Spin symbol shows smiling clouds and three or more anywhere on the screen will start the free spins mode, where all the obtained winnings will be tripled. Scatters can also appear as doubles since this is one of the special features found in the games. The five flower symbols can be found both in single and double versions, allowing combinations to go up to 10 matching symbols on a single line. The red rose has the biggest payout and the sunflowers are next. The four card symbols are not just covered with a bit of snow for the theme but they are also made out of gingerbread, further showing off the Christmas styling that players enjoy. Wins can go up to 75,000 coins and the combinations are highlighted on the respective lines, along with the size of the win, while the special symbols have nice animations.