Ming Dynasty Online
2by2 Gaming brings the history of the Ming Dynasty to a gambling site near you with a game of the same name. The Ming Dynasty slots tell the history of the Empire of the Great Ming dynasty that ruled China from 1368 to 1644. During this era, many leaders were able to maintain a stable system of governments which gave the majority of people peace of mind.
It was the time when the Great Wall, as well as the Forbidden City, came into being, and there was a lot of trading by land and sea between China with the rest of the world. Ming Dynasty captures this time with the visuals of the symbols and the throwback music of the time. Play free Ming Dynasty casino slot machine to get a feel of the game before you start adding real money into your experience.
Visuals and Music
The background of these three rows with five reels and 30 paylines slots are the open landscapes that one could find in China during this era with the sky fading from a calming blue to a slightly more intense purple sky. The slots have a border that reminds exterior of a dojo with the bright colours of the symbols against the transparent grey of the reels. Low-value symbols are the traditional A, K, Q, J, and 10 in orange Chinese inspired lettering which cast shadows to give them a bit of a 3D look. High-value symbols are more detailed, and each one comes with its own background:
- Horse- the third highest which is seen with the bronze that borders the image of a horse standing up on it hinge legs ready for battle. The orange background adds to the brown of the horse without overpowering the focal image.
- Lady- second highest value with its silver border is a woman with her black hair blowing in the wind against a white background with her sword in her hand, ready to battle.
- Man- highest value on the online slots with a golden border and a bearded man. This man is standing against the snow with his sword pointed in your direction.
The other high-value symbols are scrolls with Chinese characters written on and a sword. These images do not have a background, but the Forbidden City Palace does with its blue sky.
The music is the typical, relaxing sounds that one connects Ancient China with. There is a change in song and background when free spins are activated.
The wild symbol is the icon that has a blue background with the name of the game on it. It replaces any symbol on the reels. The trigger is also the bonus, not only does this trigger free spins: three symbols give you 10 spins; four give you 15; five give you 25, but you get to choose an “any way” tile before you start your spins. The casino game takes you to another screen where there are tiles that are faced-down, and you pick one, a symbol is revived. If this symbol lands on the reels, it can improve your score because all the combination will win, plus these wins are times the bet per a line.
The gameplay can be simple, but the visuals and free spins are the draw to the experience of the Ming Dynasty.