Tower Quest is a fantasy-themed 20-payline video slot that is produced by Play 'N Go. The game features a stacked wild card, The Dark Tower, two scatters, the Red Bottle and the Blue Bottle and a Bonus icon, which is the Evil Wizard.
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Progressive Jackpot: No
Software: Play ‘N Go
Tower Quest is an online video slot produced by Play ‘N Go that takes after those popular fantasy card games that pit characters and their special abilities against one another. There is a distinct medieval feel to the entire game and together with a creative bonus round, punters have the opportunity to gather blue and red flasks that can be swapped for free spins.
Tower Quest is a five-reel slot that has three rows and 20 fixed paylines. It is set in a dark and gloomy world with dark skies and grim towers. Ferocious looking dragons watch over the proceedings from above the reels.
But before you can do battle with the nefarious wizard, players should settle on their bet first. “Coin Value” adjusts the coin size, ranging from 0.01 to 1. “Coins” selects the number of coins wagered. “Spin” starts the game, “Bet Max” selects the highest bet and “Auto Play” allows players to spin the reels for a number of times uninterrupted.
Fantasy themed slots are a recurring theme in this industry although few may be able to hold a candle to Tower Quest. In addition to its premium-looking production, there is a lot o keep you engaged for hours on end. This includes progressive elements, via potions that steadily raise meters on either side of the reels as you play. There is also a break out bonus game, where you get to play cards with the evil wizard himself.
Hands down, Tower Quest is one of the best-produced slots that players would see and experience. The level of detail on the symbols and animations is remarkable. You’ll find fiery dragons, skeleton kings, a sinister-looking dark tower, elven fighters and what might be a goblin on the reels.
The red and blue potions will open when they appear, with animation taking their contents to one of the meters on either side of the reels. When these reach specific milestones, you have the choice of taking a bonus or to keep going to reach the next level.
The sound effects are dramatic, like a film’s soundtrack with lots of dramatic interludes when you reach wins. Even the frame is animated, with the stone dragons sat on either side at the top of the reels looking mighty imposing.
The high-value symbols are a range of characters from this tale and include male and female heroes, a dragon, a glowing blue skeleton, and a green goblin. The standard playing card symbols of J, Q, K and A represent the lower values. The wild is represented by the tower and appears stacked on the reels, occupying all positions if you are lucky. The purple wizard and the red/blue flasks are all scatters that trigger extra features.
Wizard Card Game
The evil wizard appears only on reels one, three and five and if you can land him there in one spin, this feature is triggered. Roll the three dice to choose which set of cards to use and then you will see your set of three cards compared to the wizard’s. You will win prizes based on the comparison of the cards next to each other vertically. Rolling two or three of the same number during the initial roll will provide extra damage and attack values during the comparisons.
On either side of the reels are ladders that are gradually filled by landing red and blue flasks during the base game. When you reach certain amounts collected you can collect certain free spin features – the more you collect, the better the bonus: