Prissy Princess is brought to you by Play ‘N Go and has 5 reels and 20 paylines. Available to play from 20p to £100 per spin on all devices (including laptops, PCs, iOS and Android), it has a medieval theme and comes with 4 bonus features including tumbling reels.

Visually, it looks superb and is set within the towers of a medieval castle – the soundtrack will remind you of Robin Hood. With all symbols appearing on stone blocks, they include medieval weapons, suits of armour, swords and face masks. You also have 3 knights – the 1 with a pink rose in his mouth is the most lucrative giving you 300 coins (or 15 times your stake).

The wild symbol is the Prissy Princess herself – as usual, it replaces all other symbols except the 3 bonus features. If you manage to get 5 on a payline, expect a payout of 50 times your stake.

As for the gameplay, there’s a Crumbling Towers feature which is like tumbling reels – after you getting a winning combination, the reels with contributing symbols are replaced with new symbols with a re-spin awarded. You will continue to get free re-spins as long as you get winning combinations – there’s up to 4 consecutive re-spins to be had.

If you manage to win on the 4th re-spin, you will take home the contents of the Treasure Chest – this will give you a multiplier of up to 100 times your stake or up to 5x the winnings from all 4 re-spins. This known as the Treasure Chest feature.

When the Crumbling Towers feature ends and you’ve collected all 3 scatters (the flags) on reels 1, 3 and 5, you will enter the Tournament feature – you simply choose a character who is going to win the content for the Princess’ hand. There’s up to 200 times your stake to be won.

Then you have the Dragon’s Breath feature – randomly triggered on a non-winning base game spin, the dragon breathes fire and turns up to 3 random symbols wild. A payout is made with the wilds on the reels.

Finally, you have the Dragon’s Pride feature which is played when the 3 knights land on the same reel. The reel is then replaced by a stacked wild dragon (wild reel) with a new payout taking place.

Unfortunately, there’s no free spins feature but the Crumbling Towers feature gives you plenty of free re-spins. It’s a medium variance title with maximum wins of up to 6,003 times your total stake! Prissy Princess is nicely balanced, looks excellent and has superb bonus features to match – good job all-round from Play ‘N Go. I also recommend you try Book of Dead and 7 Sins (by Play ‘N Go) which are highly volatile.