The symbols dominate the screen as they are quite large and include the usual playing card symbols 10 through to Ace, then there are dragons, carnival masks, Geishas, cymbals and fans plus the free spins symbol. Within the special features, players can active the Peking Lucky free spins round when they land three or more of the scatter symbol however, before the free spins start players get to choose from six fields that contain multipliers and extra spins with wins such as 62,500 coins, 38 free spins and a massive x18 multiplier. Landing the wild will provide a line win with a x2 multiplier whilst three or more scatters provide an additional ten spins, and these can be triggered over and over again. The highest paying symbol is the wild which is represented by the female dancer and this symbol can substitute for all other symbols with the exception of the scatter to create winning combinations. The scatter is depicted by the golden gong and will double the value of any wins that it helps to create.
When players land three or more scatters they gain entry to the main bonus feature where players have the opportunity to pick twice from a set of pretty Chinese style fans. The first fan chosen provides the number of free spins the player is awarded, and the second fan selects the multiplier that will be applied to any wins that are created in the bonus round. The maximum of free spins on offer is 38 whilst the maximum multiplier is x18. The wild will also appear stacked on the reels while the bonus round is in play meaning even more chances to win.
Peking Luck is a really easy slot to play and has an RTP of over 96% and offers superb design coupled with many ways to win all wrapped up in a hugely appealing theme. Personally, I found the slot to be very balanced in terms of winning and gameplay and would highly recommend giving this one a spin.