• Fong Shen

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    In Fengshen, the wildness is represented by yin and yang, which is the philosophical and religious symbol of ancient China, depicting the opposite and opposite forces - and the basis of popular culture jewelry and posters in the 1990s. This evocative symbol replaces all other symbols on the base game reel. It is also the highest revenue mark on the board of directors. Five of them will reward you with 2,000 credits.

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    The next highest-paid sign is the old Chinese gentleman, with a long white beard, reminiscent of the singer Wang Gandalf played by Sir Ian McLean. Next is a Chinese lady with a crow hair, with a gorgeous headgear.

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  • Fruit Vs Candy

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    Wild symbols can make a combination of triumphs when replacing yourself. If 3 or more are on the same payline, it can make a combination of its own. A wild alternative to all symbols except Scatter. Scatter can land on all reels, and if there are more than 2 anywhere on the reel, you can get scattered. If you land 3 or more scattered, the free spin feature will be triggered and you will choose one. You can choose fruit or candy.

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    If you choose Fruit Spins, you will get a free spin with cash storage and any low-priced symbols removed from the free spin reel. Each symbol you delete will add cash to your storage. The prize is paid after the end of the rotation. The free spin will continue until all royal members are hidden. If you choose Candy Spin, you will get a free spin with a sweet scroll of the complete candy stack, turning a single Wilds into Stacked Wilds. The free spin will continue until all the reels are sweet.

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