Ho Ho Tower
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f the thought of a white Christmas in the UK is sending chills down your spine, why not visit the Ho Ho Tower slot for a festive season to remember in the Chinese province of Hong Kong? If the name of the slot rings a vague jingle bell, it’s because it’s a special Christmas edition of the Hong Kong Tower slot by Elk Studios. You may already know that Elk Studios also gave its Taco Brothers slot a similar seasonal makeover the other year. As well as helping get you into the festive spirit with its Xmas-inspired graphics, the slot game could help you unwrap a few early Christmas presents thanks to its highly innovative special features. If you’re lucky, you’ll get to visit the top floor of the Tower, where the Wheels of the Sky Feature awaits. Or, perhaps, you’ll win big courtesy of the Mystery Symbols which can trigger the bonus game and also turn into other paytable symbols to help create more wins.
The slot also has a couple of enhanced features over the original version of the game. For instance, the top jackpot is now 1,061 times your bet rather than 1,026, and the RTP (Theoretical Return to Player) has risen from 96.2% to 96.4%.
You can enjoy playing the Ho Ho Tower slot game at Mad About Slots with modest bets of 10p up to a more high roller-friendly £50 per spin.
The focal point of Ho Ho Tower is the tall skyscraper that reaches up into the skies above Hong Kong. At each side of the building, festive garlands and fairy lights contrast with the blue glow of the hundreds of office windows that form part of the imposing structure. And, to add some magic to the proceedings, it’s snowing!
The paytable symbols are either Christmas-themed, oriental-themed or a mix of both. They include red-and-white striped candy, poinsettias, bonsai trees decorated with baubles, snow, and tinsel, candy canes, 7s, yin-yang symbols, and the slot’s logo.
There is no proper wild symbol within this slot. Instead, they have different symbols that can pay out just as much.
The same goes for the scatter symbol, see what bonus symbols replace them below.
The Yin-Yang Bonus symbol triggers the Wheels of the Sky Bonus game when it lands three or more times on the reels. If it’s triggered with four or five Bonus symbols, it also gives you one or two extra lives respectively.
There are three bonus wheels in the Wheels of the Sky Feature, and the aim is to reach the third and final wheel for a shot at the most significant prizes. You start by spinning the smallest wheel, and the sections you can land on are Level Up, Extra Life, instant cash prizes, and empty segments which decrease the number of lives you have remaining by one.
The game logo is the Mystery Symbol, and when it appears on the reels, it randomly transforms into another paytable symbol (which can be the Yin-Yang Bonus symbol) to help you gain more wins.
If you enjoy the festive feel of the Ho Ho Tower slot, why not spend some time in sunny Mexico where Taco Brothers Saving Christmas (also by Elk Studios) is waiting to help you celebrate Xmas?