Tower Quest Mobile Slot Review
Tower Quest is a popular game from Play 'N Go, and uses 5-reel and 20-paylines.
The mobile game can be played from 20-paylines per spin, up to £100 per spin, and the theme follows a heroic fight to defeat the evil wizard’ along the way, you’ll find yourself encountering friends and foes on your own quest, with fiery dragons and ferocious orcs making themselves known from day one!
While the game may sound a little violent, rest assured, you’re not actually at any risk while playing; that is, of course, unless the Evil Wizard appears on your screen and sucks you through the screen into an eternity of war – but that only happens to around 1% of players… so the odds are on your side!
All joking aside, Tower Quest is really well made, and Play 'N Go have gone ‘all out’ with their graphical design, and audio creation. It’s a very realistic game – similar to Net Entertainment’s new Warlords game – and even the reel symbols are made to look as realistic as possible!
There’s a ton of bonus features in Tower Quest, and you may find it a little confusing at first, when you see how much choice there is!
For instance, one of the bonus-rounds is triggered when you land 5 blue flasks; here, you will activate the blue feature (The Tower free Spin feature). The centre reel (reel 3) is entirely wild for one re-spin, and even better – all your wins during that spin are multiplied by 2X!
That’s just one of the bonuses on offer; there’s 4, and you’d be wise to check Tower Quest out for yourself to see them in action!
Tower Quest is fully mobile-optimised, meaning it can be played from most mobile devices, including phones, and tablets.
The game works on both WIFI, and 3G/4G signals, and while we’d always recommend WIFI, it’s good to know that – for example – if you’re playing at a public WIFI spot, and the signal drops out, you can use your mobile data to keep the game from being interrupted!
Pros: Tower Quest is an entertaining fantasy-themed slot which reminds many players of Microgaming’s Avalon II; however – there are enough differences that make it very different, and this is also a definite strong point.
Cons: It can be a while between bonuses sometimes, so buckle up and strap in!