Red Tiger Gaming once again heads to China in God of Wealth, a 5 reel, 20 payline slot. This trip to the east comes with magic money envelopes that can deliver prizes of 138 times your stake as well as a free spins feature. Play from between 20p and £500 per spin.

God of Wealth is one of Red Tiger Gaming’s more basic offerings – set within a red and gold, temple style frame, the reels include ace to 10 playing cards as well as a trio of higher value yellow, white and green balls. They’re joined by the gold pot which is the game’s wild. 3, 4 or 5 wilds in a row will see you pocket 50, 100 or 500 coins.

Random wilds can also be added to the reels in addition to the standard wilds spinning on the reels – this is known as the Random Wilds feature. There are a couple of other bonus features to get stuck into too:

Scroll Bonus feature – land 3 Bonus symbols anywhere on the reels on the same spin to trigger this one. It’s a pick me round – choose from 1 of the scrolls to reveal a multiplier prize. Keep on picking until you land the collect. Prizes of up to 138 times your stake can be won here.

Free Spins feature – 3 Free Spins symbols will trigger this one. The precise number of spins is determined by the animated God of Wealth who’ll throw a number of gold pots into the air. Every 1 that lands on the Free Spins icon is added to the total. Helping your winning prospects is the addition of the giant 3×3 wild symbol to the reels. If this lands fully formed, it can deliver some spectacular results.

The best results in God of Wealth come via the bonus features – just don’t expect to land them very often. We’d put the variance here on the north side of medium. They can be worth the wait though.

Well-designed as always with some nifty animations and a cracking Chinese soundtrack, God of Wealth is a very easy slot to play. The features aren’t as varied as in some Red Tiger Gaming slots but the giant wild makes the free spins feature a tantalising prospect. If fortune is with you, the God of Wealth can deliver. If gods are your thing, Playtech’s Age of the Gods is brilliant.