Cosmic Fortune Slot Review
Cosmic Fortune is a Net Entertainment slot game with 5 reels and 15 paylines. It’s the first ever NetEnt slot that features 5 jackpots with 3 of them being progressive. It has an outer space theme as its set in deepest, darkest space with a mysterious spiral galaxy in the background. Playable from 15p a spin to £75 a spin, it also has Avalanche and Free Falls features.
Firstly – Cosmic Fortune uses the Avalanche feature which increases your chances of bigger wins on every single spin. When you have a winning combination, the contributing symbols will light up and disappear allowing new symbols to take their place – this gives you the chance to win time and time again for all spins. This feature can also be found in NetEnt’s first ever platinum title, Gonzo’s Quest.
Look out for the scatter symbol (looks like a marble with an ‘S’ on it) as 3 of them will trigger the Free Falls feature – here you are rewarded with 10 free falls (or free spins). You will also get an additional 5 free spins for each scatter you get during the feature.
Furthermore, all symbols on winning paylines turn into marbles which are then collected and played in the Free Falls Bonus feature. You then follow the marbles as they drop from the spaceship. If you hit a Coin Win Cup, you’ll get a cash prize. If you get 3 hits the Jackpot Collector Cup, you will then enter the much sought-after Jackpot Game.
The Jackpot Games is where all the action is as you can win the 3 progressive jackpots. 50 marbles drop from the spaceship to give you cash prizes and/or one of 5 various jackpots. If you hit one of the Jackpot Collector Cups 3 times, you will win that jackpot with the biggest is obviously the Mega Jackpot!
I am not quite sure what to make of Cosmic Fortune – it looks great and is definitely fun but it all depends on the size of the jackpots really. It’s going to be very hard for this game to come close to the iconic Mega Fortune which is the most popular jackpot slot online and responsible for the world’s largest ever online jackpot.
I found Cosmic Fortune to be a low to medium variance game with plenty of small wins in the base game. The free spins feature wasn’t bad to be honest with my best return being just over 60 times my stake. I did find the biggest return I had was in the Jackpot Bonus Game (despite not winning any of the 5 jackpots!). Cosmic Fortune is average in my opinion and one I won’t play very often – if you like jackpot slots, you can’t go wrong with Mega Fortune or Hall of Gods (both by NetEnt).