Fa Fa Twins Pokie Review – Learn to Play Online – Download – Win Bonus
Many Americans have yet to become very familiar with Japanese anime (Japanese for “animation”) style movies, cartoons, and characters that began in 1917 but made famous by Osamu Tezuka in the 60s. Of course, anime is all the rage in Japan and other parts of Asia. Anime is known for its fantastical themes, vibrant characters, and colorful graphics. Once you see anime you will recognize it anywhere from then on.
Fa Fa Twins is a slots game released by BetSoft in the anime style.In keeping with the now renowned Japanese penchant for first-rate, top of the line high technology, Fa Fa Twins has a feature that allows for up to 243 methods to win at this game. It doesn’t stop there. It also features optional double up rounds that let you multiply your winnings by 100% just by flipping a coin. It also has Wilds and dual reels.
The mascots are adorable twin Japanese girls with big eyes and playful and contagious smiles. You can always tell them apart because one has double pigtails and the other wears her hair down. They get very excited each time you win. The soundtrack is the usual melodic, trance-inducing and relaxing Japanese contemporary music. True to Japanese culture and tradition, the Twins are the first to courteously greet and welcome you in delightful animation to the Land of the Rising Sun.
The motifs are the traditional Japanese red colors everywhere, the pagoda, huge goldfish, lotus plants, cherry blossoms, a small pouch of gold coins,golden cat, a red lantern and the always present poker card emblems, but in Japanese fonts, of course.
You don’t have to worry yourself with fixing you betting amount and choosing what and how many paylines you wish to activate. Those things are too mundane for Japanese culture. Anything that can be automated, must be automated. Let technology do the work. We are here to have fun, not to work. This is where the 243 ways to achieve success in Fa Fa Twins step it. This feature controls the mundane stuff. Just click on the arrows. It’s just that simple.
The betting range is fifty cents to 125 coins. There is an Autoplay mechanism that lets you push the Autoplay button once and sit back and relax. There is also an Information button that hides and reveals the paytable info (which all slots must have by law) and another button to mute, the soundtrack.
Dual Reels are like Twins
In a slots game that features twins, you would expect the game to have some “twin” features, too. This is that feature. Beforeeach spin, you will see two accompanying reels with “identical twin” icons. Since they are identical duplicates, in the parlance of slots games, you have an automatic win, right? Right. So straight out of the chute, you get automatic wins upon each spin. The twin duplication of the reels can occur on all 5 reels. As far as I know, this feature is unique among slots games.
List of Payouts
The Wild symbol is the game’s logo (“Fa Fa Twins”). It appears on the fifth, fourth, third and second reels only, and it can substitute for all the lesser icons to give you winning combinationsto boost your winnings. The Fa Fa Twins symbol pays 5,000 coins if you have five of them to appear on the playtable at once. Next in line are the goldfish and bear symbols. A combination of bear symbols wins you coins totaling 2,500 and a goldfish combo gets you 2,000 coins. You can manage a payout of 1,250 coins for either a gold coin purse or a cherry blossom, and so on with the lesser distinguished symbols.
Double or Nothing
A final surprise is the Double Up feature. This is triggered by any win and payout. After you trigger a winning spin, you are prompted by a flashing Double Up button to call up a temporary substitute screen, which offers you a Heads or Tails choice. You can bet half or all your prior payout by choosing either the Heads or Tails. Depending on whether you choose the correct or incorrect choice you have a 50/50 chance of doubling your most previous win or losing it all.
This is an innovative, challenging and technologically sophisticated game worthy of any serious gamer’s time. It’s fun and I like the twin reels feature. The Double or Nothing feature scares me. I hate losing my coins after I’ve already won them, but choosing to press that button is optional and voluntary. I just don’t want to be tempted. I could see myself playing this game for hours. What say you?