Hello there, Dave here again. Do you remember the old ad for a famous flower delivery service “Say it with Flowers”? I do, and when I first saw this video slot at one of the new casinos I was going to review I thought it would all be pretty roses and tulips. But no! In a typical video slot twist some of the flowers in this game would probably be saying some pretty nasty things!
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About the Flowers Slot Machine
More on that in a while, but in the meantime we can describe Flowers as a straightforward slot game that can actually pay out some high wins. Based around the standard 5 reel layout there are up to 30 pay lines available and an interesting doubles feature. The best jackpot available in standard play is 5,000 coins, but thanks to plenty of multipliers in the bonus rounds you can rack up a very sweet smelling 150,000 coin stash!
This is good game for those who don’t consider themselves as high rollers because you can choose coin denominations from €0.01 to €0.50 to play per line with a max bet per play of €75.00. There are some nifty special icons and a free-spin game available for that impressive max payout.
Now about those flowers… well at first glance they just look like normal flowers that have been give cute cartoon faces, but look closer and you’ll see goofy bluebells, angry looking roses, and some quite scary venus flytraps! There are a few standard playing card symbols thrown in there as well for good measure. There’s actually quite a nice ambient soundtrack to this one as well – it’s bees buzzing gently in a summer garden. Very relaxing (until one of the scarier flowers appears!).
The Sun is always welcome in my garden, and in the Flowers game he’s welcome to because it’s the wildcard. Interestingly they can show up as stacked wilds in the free-spin game and this is where the best wins can come from.
There’s scatter play in Flowers as well, and the Cloud is what you’ll need to see three of to enjoy a win. If you’re lucky enough to get four in any location then it’s free-spin time. Because of the chance of doubling symbols you can actually win as many as 30 free goes with these, all with the chance of big multiples.
Payout Table and Win Potential
As usual there’s a comprehensive pay table you can look at that shows every valid combination and win. In Flowers, payouts come from left-to-right combinations and you can have multiple lines to build up nice payouts. Basic play pot of 5,000 is reasonable for a game like this, but the bonus potential to get 150,000 is a lot more generous than many of the simpler games. Looks like the grass could be greener on this side, then.
Flowers Bonus Features
Or more accurately, bonus feature – because there’s only one! However, the free-spin bonus round is quite lucrative here so worth getting. Four clouds anywhere on the reels will get things going. If you manage to nab the max 8 scatter symbols you’ll be rewarded with 30 spins. Even better, all wins in the free-spin bonus round are paid triple. Nice!
Game Settings and How To Play Flowers
There’s nothing unusual or controversial about how you actually play Flowers. Like most video slots it’s a case of choosing your wager amount and hitting the spin button. If you want to automate your play there is a standard autoplay function you can set up. Like many online slots if you hit a spin button during the time the reels are spinning it will activate “skill stop” and bring everything to an instant stop. Finally, there’s a handy “bet max” button for those who are going for the biggest payouts.
There are some settings icons on the bottom of the game and you can use these to tweak settings like game volume, ambient sounds on or off, graphics quality and so on. You can also check the game history here if you’re playing for real cash.
All in all this is a simple game to play that has the potential for some quite large payouts thanks to those multipliers in the bonus round. I’m still not sure why a game with such a nice name and such a calming sound ambience uses such scary flower icons, though! Welcome to the wonderful world of themed slots, I guess!