Every now and again, an online pokies game and the characters contained therein become so popular that the creators choose to make a sequel. Sure, given that there is no real story to follow on from, ‘sequel’ might be a misnomer, but that’s what we’re calling the follow-up title to the massively successful Finn and the Swirly Spin™: Finn’s Golden Tavern™. Featuring the same adorable protagonist, this colourful online pokies that New Zealand residents can’t get enough of takes place inside a cosy pub, with symbols pertaining to all things you might find in one, including jugs of beer and bottles of whiskey. Let’s take a closer look at some of the features and symbols you can expect to encounter when firing up this title.
Slick Symbols and Fun Features
Finn’s Golden Tavern™ is a 5x5-reel online pokies game that utilises the unique spiral spin mechanic, which means that wins are awarded for vertical and horizontal clusters of 3 to 5 matching symbols. As such, you won’t find paylines on this title, but can certainly utilise the massive betting range of between 0.10 and a whopping 500 credits. What’s more, every time symbols are involved in matching combinations, they will disappear from the grid, effectively making room for more symbols to land in their stead. The symbols, as we’ve mentioned, are various vessels for alcohol, and include a metal beer mug, a wine bottle, a wooden beer mug and a porcelain whiskey bottle. There are also 4 different golden coins, marked 5, 10, 20 and 50 – which act as Multipliers to your initial stake. The star symbol – which featured in the first game – acts as the Wild, which gives it the power to replace other symbols on the reels to increase your chances of hitting winning combinations.
Free Spins are triggered when the chest symbol – which swirls around the reels from the outside in – lands in the centre, and will award 25 Free Spins. The randomly triggered Fist Slam feature can appear after a non-winning spin, and will see Finn slamming his fist on the board to cause a coin to trigger a win. The third major bonus feature is the Random Coin Feature, in which a chest making its way to the centre position can randomly turn low-value symbols into gold coins.
Given the beautifully rendered imagery and the utterly captivating audio of this game, we see no reason to recommend using the Autoplay feature, but should you have no choice but to look away from the screen and would like to keep playing anyway, you can make use of it.
Where to Soak up the Fun
If Finn’s Golden Tavern™ sounds like the kind of online pokies game you would enjoy – and we’re certain you will – then you can find it at any number of reputable online casinos that support software from NetEnt. Given the massive popularity of this provider, which happens to be the name behind some of the best online pokies in New Zealand, you’re sure to find a destination in no time. If you enjoy the game, you should certainly check out the first game in the series, Finn and the Swirly Spin™, which also packs a powerful payout potential and is loads of fun.