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Pearls of India

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About Pearls of India

Have you ever dreamed of taking a trip to India, giving yourself a chance to see the rich culture and potentially have a religious experience? If so, then you could either book an expensive trip to the subcontinent or you could have a go at Play'n Go's Pearls of India slot machine, which does an excellent job of putting you right in the middle of the world's second must populated country.

Pearls of India is a 5 reel, 20 payline video slot that brings with it a distinct Indian flare. The game's symbols include the following: 10, Jack, Queen, King, Ace, hand with ruby in it, sacred cow, elephant, and deity. There is also the brave explorer "Rich Wilde" present on the reels and he serves as the game's wild symbol, which makes this game a follow-up of sorts to Play'n Go's Aztec Idols slot that also features the same intrepid hero.

Features in the Pearls of India slot include free spins, cascading reels, the above-mentioned wild symbols, and three independent bonus rounds that are awarded once you collect 25 bonus symbols in the game. These three features are the wheel of Brahma (wheel of fortune bonus), statue of Vrishna (pick'em game), and the wall of Shiva. All of these rounds have the ability to pay out big, with winnings payable up to 250x the wagered amount. If you're the type who likes to press your luck, you can participate in the game's gamble feature, which allows you to put your winnings on the line with a chance to double or quadruple your wins.

Playing the Pearls of India slot, I was surprised by how much staying power the game has. The cascading reels bring a lot of replay ability to this game, and I was very impressed with the presentation. So if you're the type of punter who enjoys checking out new locales, I recommend that you give this game a spin.

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Location: Romania
Joined: 27 Feb 2015
Posts: 152
Thanks given: 26
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4 April 2016 - 7:04pm

I lost a lot of money playing this game but it's still one of my favourites. I don't know why, i just like it too much, When i see the 3 pearls i'm like a kid seeing something for the first time. Great gameplay!

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Location: Indonesian
Joined: 23 Oct 2017
Posts: 418
Thanks given: 150
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26 November 2017 - 2:00pm

I like simple game but not this game,same with book of dead not easy win

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Location: Indonesia
Joined: 20 Oct 2017
Posts: 413
Thanks given: 132
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9 December 2017 - 6:31am

Pearls of India is a game that gives me a way to play all play'n go games, I found great luck in this game, and it was a great start to an introduction, I played with $ 30 and I got a bonus round, I chose " shiva "and the results are quite large because I earned at least 300x of the total bet, but I think the biggest potential is in the freespin round, as multiple are high enough, highly recommended for play'n go games.

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Joined: 7 Oct 2017
Posts: 437
Thanks given: 175
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9 December 2017 - 9:19am

Pearl of india list my favorite slot from play'n go.
great fitur freespins. I have a good experience on this game. got the 5 of a kind shiva symbol on multiple 40. and give me winnings 340$ from bet 0.20$.
I also like to collect missions from 25 symbols that generate bonuses. iti often give a good return.

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