Netent Touch Flowers Review
Published on by Adam
These days we want, and need, to be able to do almost anything on mobile devices like phones or tablets. Everything from checking the weather, settings ourselves a reminder, taking a photo and, of course, playing our favourite video slot games. Netent know the importance of being mobile, so they rebuilt a whole host of their games to be compatible on both mobile phones and tablets alike. These days, whenever they release a new game, they generally release the Netent Touch version at the same time too.
Today we’re playing the Netent Touch slot Flowers.
Specifications- What I’m Using to Play Netent Touch Flowers
Device: iPad Mini
Connection: A cafe wifi
Netent Touch Casino: Comeon
Netent claim that these aren’t the prettiest flowers around, but I think they’re positively adorable. They’re kind of goofy and are kind of a flower/monster hybrid but hey, they bring in big wins, so who’s complaining?! This is a fun and lighthearted video slot with colour at it’s core. It’s bright and the graphics are as colourful as you’d expect a garden in full bloom to be. It’s a garden filled with hungry fly catchers, silly sunflowers and babbling bluebells, where anything can happen.
Netent’s Flowers has cool extra features such as ‘Double Symbols’ which count as two single symbols in order to increase wins, free spins, stacked wilds and multipliers.
Flowers Netent Touch
In my opinion, Flowers doesn’t lose an ounce of charm when played on mobile. The colours and graphics are just as bright and crisp, with seamless game play. I was using an open cafe wifi, which was acting a little slow in general, but this didn’t affect the game at all, I could have been sitting at home, the only one connected, as it spun so perfectly.
As with all Netent Touch games, before it begins it asks you if you’d like the sounds on or off, which was handy as the cafe was full but quiet quiet so I didn’t want the sounds blaring out and surprising everyone!
On Apple devices you’re able to play the game when holding it upright as you would normally, as well as when turned sideways, which is a nice touch, although the game always looks better with the screen turned on it’s side as there is more space for the game to fill the screen.