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- Random Logic
We continually mistake slots by Random Logic (part of the 888 Group) with titles by NetEnt because of their comparable creativity and excellent finish. Treasure Fair is a game firmly in that category — its dark, weird and slightly Halloween-like vibe is the kind of quirkiness that we have seen coming from NetEnt.
Where to Play
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Rules, Strategy and Design
The Treasure Fair Slot has a relatively lower RTP (return to player percentage) of just under 95%, which is offset by this slot’s progressive jackpot that triggers randomly. So in terms of volatility and variance (loosely the same as risk), Treasure Fair veers towards a tighter game that is appropriate for punters aiming to bag a big win.
Yet its inventive theme nevertheless has the appeal to make this slot attractive at lower stakes as a time pass. There is a themed bonus round kicked off with a spin on its bonus wheel, one in the name of each of its main high-value reel symbols:
- the clown
- fire eater
- the strongman
- fortune teller
- laughing policeman
This and its exploding wilds feature add more depth and make Treasure Fair surprisingly involving, able to help punters lose track of the time. Exploding Wilds means that up to 4 extra wild symbols pop up and land on the reels where they stick, which leads to up to 3 free spins. There is also a Double Up gamble feature that puts a bit more action into this game for longer sessions.
Treasure Fair’s Plan
This slot title is a 5 reel model that stacks 3 rows tall, with 25 paylines. What you see is an old man, like a strange ring leader, standing on the left, and his equally odd pet monkey off at the right hand side. Being a slot with an avatar as our host changes the gameplay significantly, and again this imparts more interest and variation.
We could elaborate about the graphics, layout and overall artistic merits of Treasure Fair for some time. We would just begin by mentioning that the mood and vibe of this game is unexpectedly edgy and dark — we daresay it strikes us a bit like a Tim Burton movie.
What you see in each screen is an antique carnival cart made of wood, which is kept up meticulously, and replete with old fashioned electric lights. The symbols themselves are remarkable for their excellent artwork, and the way the columns of symbols spin vigorously inside the shallow shading of the carnival cart’s side.
We would not mind wrapping up our Treasure Fair Slot review by suggesting that despite your intention (whether after some amusement or a big jackpot) this slot from Random Logic is something valuable to behold for experience alone. We think it can reward any type of player, and its progressive jackpot certain can pay off the patient.