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Flowers is a 5 reel, 30 payline video slot game from Net Entertainment. Don’t be fooled by the pretty flower theme; this game offers powerful features with impressive winning opportunities. The game offers a free spins bonus round with up to 30 free spins and a number of bonus features for extra ways to win.

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The game is set on a wooden board with different coloured pots hanging down the sides representing the payline numbers. The reels have a pretty blue sky colour as their background and the symbols include a number of animated flowers, each with a unique personality. There is a goofy blue tulip, an angry red rose, an excited sunflower, a nervous pink flower and a threatening green Venus flytrap. There are also brightly coloured high playing card values. Each of the flower symbols can land as a single or a double flower, allowing you to create winning combinations with up to ten of the same flower on a single payline. The clouds are the free spins symbol and they can land as one or two clouds. The sun is the wild symbol and substitutes for all other symbols, except the free spins symbol, to create winning combinations.

The number of clouds that are present on a single symbol is important as it will determine how many free spins you get in the bonus feature. Landing four, five, six, seven or eight clouds anywhere on the reels will activate the free spins feature and award 10, 15, 20, 25 or 30 free spins together with a 3x multiplier value. During the free spins feature, the wild sun will land stacked on the reels, giving players more chances of hitting a winning combination. The free spins can be re-triggered.

While there is only one bonus feature in this game, it offers many opportunities to win, allowing players to enjoy the graphics at the same time as spinning up big wins. Visit IrishLuck to play the Flowers slot game.

  • Double symbols
  • Stacked Wilds
  • Free spins with multipliers
  • Lacks a bonus game
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