Wins of Fortune is powered by Quickspin and has 5 reels – they are 3, 3, 4, 4 and 5 rows high. With 76 to 259 ways to win, it can be played across all devices from 20p to £100 per spin. With an Asian theme, you go into battle with mythical characters of old quest tales where you can benefit from 2 bonus features.

Visually, Wins of Fortune is what you’d expect from a Quickspin offering – it looks superb. The setting in a picturesque valley and it has a mythical feel to it. Symbols on the reels include 5 different coloured gemstones as well as 4 mythical characters including Zhu Bajie (the pig) and Sun Wukong (the monkey). Sun Wukong is the highest value symbol giving you 50 coins for 5 on a payline. The wild symbol substitutes for all other symbols.

The game has an unusual reel layout with 5 reels – they are 3, 3, 4, 4 and 5 rows high. When it comes to bonus features, it has 2. When you get a winning combination in the base game, you will trigger the Wins of Fortune Respin feature.

The contributing symbols move 1 step the left with the reel set evolving – the remaining symbols remain for the respin. The number of ways to win increases with each respin from 76 to 90 ways, then to 154 ways and then to 164 ways, then to 259 ways. If you win 4 consecutive times, you will play on a 5×5 grid set.

If you win a 5th consecutive time, you will trigger the Super Respin feature which is played on a 5×5 grid set with 259 ways to win. Here, all winning symbols stay with respins until there are no more extra winning symbols on the reels.

Wins of Fortune has no free spins feature as such but you can still win very big from each spin – if you reach the Super Respin, there’s a whopping 2,757 times your total stake to be won! I found it to be a medium to high variance offering which offers an innovative approach on a crowded Asian themed market. I would also suggest you try Dragon Shrine from Quickspin which has a similar theme.