NetEnt work its magic to extend its footprint

It’s not the first time NetEnt worked its magic to create slots to cater for Asian themed game enthusiasts. Indeed, we all know that recently the game provider drastically increased its Asian library with slots like Imperial Riches, Who’s the Bride and Sweet Honey Fruity per example. With that said, not all new slots have new game engines. And it seems that NetEnt is looking for quick fixes to increase its footprint to the east. The truth is that savvy players couldn’t help but notice that Who’s the Bride is a clone of Dead or Alive. And Sweet Honey Fruity, on the other hand, is also a clone of a good old classic game, Fruit Shop video slot. Now with their next Asian theme release planned for February 27th. Everyone wonders if the new King of 3 Kingdoms is a clone or a brand new game. Well, let’s find out.NetEnt work its magic to extend its footprint

Are the crowd-pleasing features of King of 3 Kingdoms new?

All and all, the slot pays tribute to the mighty Hans Dynasty. And the good thing is that NetEnt has yet to create a slot that uses this theme. So, look wise, this game is unique. But when looking into the payout stats like the hit frequency of 42.55%, high variance and its RTP of 96.88%, these numbers seem familiar. When it comes to the actual mechanics (free spins with 3x win multiplier) and betways (243 paylines). The game does not innovate as it bears some similarities with another hit, Victorious. None the less, even if King of 3 Kingdoms seems to be a clone of the iconic roman themed game. Its max win worth up to 192,000 coins is enough to appeal to Asian game lovers. Or to the Victorious fans who simply fancy something a little bit different without having to learn a new game overall.