Compared to its Zhao Cai Jin Bao game, the Wu Long video slot seems to be an exercise in graphical simplicity from Playtech. While Zhao Cai Jin Bao had complex graphics that showcased the artwork that China has become known for over the years, Wu Long instead focuses on the country's New Year party atmosphere, showcasing musical instruments, fireworks, and various parade characters.
Wu Long is a 5 reel, 25 payline video slot that showcases that Chinese New Year party theme that I mentioned above as well as a few basic slot features that can help you boost your winnings. The game's graphics are simplistic but have a fun vibe to them and symbols are as follows (from low to high paying): Jack Queen, King, Ace, firecrackers, a Chinese lantern, a set of symbols, a drum, two women with fans, a set of Chinese pillars, and the very popular street dragon that is perhaps the most famous icon of Chinese parades.
Feature wise Wu Long contains a simple set of features much like Zhao Cai Jin Bao before it, containing just scatter symbols and free spins. The free spins mode is set off when three or more scatters are unveiled on the reels.
I found the game to be an average slot that was a bit bare in terms of features and wins. While Zhao Cai Jin Bao is also very light in features, the game at least does a decent job of introducing a colourful look and feel while having a higher RTP, meaning that players are more likely to win back most of the money they wager. Wu Long is a bit of a disappointment in this regard, as the game's symbols blend together. To me the game is okay, but there are certainly better slots out there.