Queen's Day Tilt (Play'n GO): Review
If anyone has perfected the art of grid slots, it's Swedish provider Play'n GO. Gemix, Reactoonz, Moon Princess, Rise of Olympus and Viking Runecraft are just some of the successful titles released by the company in the category. Played on a 3x3 grid, Queen's Day Tilt undoubtedly sticks out in the collection. It comes with several entertaining features that include variations of extra wilds as well as the Queen's Day Free Spin feature played with premium symbols only. Typical of most high variance Play'n GO slots, it offers a max win of 5000 times your stake.
Designed in the html5 format, this Play'n GO powered slot is playable across all devices from between 0.10 to 100 Eur per spin. The compact 3x3 grid, 1-payline layout may have you thinking it's a effortless slot when in fact it's a voracious beast with a unique physiognomy. With a medieval theme, the reels are set against a valley of what appears to be a festival camp with tents. It's the Queen's day and a time for the knights to show off their skills against each other. Visually, we have no complaints and Play'n GO always seems to deliver in this aspect.
On the reels you will find low-paying symbols in the form of spades, diamonds, hearts and spades, all of the same value giving you 2 times your stake for 3 on a payline. The 3 medium wins are represented by shields and the premiums by 2 knights with the top one giving you 10 times your stake for 3 of a kind. It is the Queen that is the most lucrative one, however. She is the wild and returns a win of 25 times your stake should you land 3 on a payline.
Winning combinations are achieved by landing 2 or more matching symbols in a row, horizontally or vertically. Winning symbols are then removed and the remaining symbols drop down. Now, if you get a win with 3 matching symbols, a wild will appear in the middle position to help you win further.
Queen's Day Tilt (Play'n GO): Features
Queen's Day Tilt comes with 3 features as well as free spins. First there is The Ruler feature which may activate randomly on any losing spin to give you 1 wild symbol anywhere on the grid. Then there is the Tilt feature, also randomly triggered - when only 1 symbol remains on grid, it is removed to initiate the free spins. There is also the Game of Accession feature, triggered when you land a win with both knight symbols in the same spin. 1 free spin is awarded with only the high-value symbols present. You also get to choose which symbol will create the most winning symbols during the feature. There are 3 outcomes:
• Win: total win x2.
• Lose: winnings collected.
• Tie: free round re-triggered.
The main event is the Queen's Day free spins triggered when the grid has been cleared of all symbols. Starting with 5 free spins, here you will benefit from a session with no low-value symbols present as well as a starting 2x multiplier which increases when winning on both high-paying symbols on the same spin. Additionally, both The Ruler feature and the Tilt feature applies here as well. Clear the field from all symbols and the session will be extended with 5 extra free spins.
Queen's Day Tilt (Play'n GO): Conclusion
Reading about it, Queen's Day Tilt may come across as complicated. Playing it, however, you won't have to spend too much time until you get the hang of it. It's rather basic and it really comes down to clearing the grid in order to trigger the free spins where you will have a chance to land the 5000x max win. Keep in mind, it's as volatile as Play'n GO slots come, so tread carefully and be prepared for some brutal sessions.