The main part of the slot has a multiplier table that lights up when the player lands any winning combinations and providing them with x5 the base value of the win, whilst the other bonuses such as the free spins and wild substitutes offer extra rewards. The pay lines play from left to right and when the player lands identical symbols on enough of the adjacent reels they are guaranteed to win a prize. Players that may want to try the free slots out before playing for real money will be pleased to see that there is a free version meaning that they can be sure how the game will play before they bet any money. The lowest bet level is 0.20 but this can be raised to suit all players budgets, from beginners to even the most experienced.
The playing card symbols in the Great Wall are a beautiful blue in colour that complement the stone effect perfectly and these make up the lower paying combinations with the ten rewarding the player with x3, x10 and x50 when they are on three, four or five reels respectively.
The top paying card symbol is the King and players are rewarded with x10, x25 and x200 their line bet, however players will really want to see the detailed character symbols as these are the ones that will pay them the most. Firstly, comes the very cross looking rabbit head which is set against a blue background rewards x15, x50 and x500, the orange tiger head follows the rabbit and will reward players with x20, x100 and x1000 respectively. However, the biggest wins can be scooped up from the red demon symbol and when this stops on the 3, 4 or 5 reels across any pay line and these wins will be made up of x50, x250 and x2500 of the stake the player has on the line.
When the reels spin, players will notice that instead of spinning down the reels the stone blocks will disappear and be replaced by a completely new set. For every win that is created the monkey character springs into action blowing away the symbols that have made up the win, leaving space for any of the symbols above to drop down and new ones to be added from above, this style of play is what EvoPlay have called the Free Fall feature.
It is at this point that the multiplier table situated above the reels comes into play. The first Free Fall that players come across is worth a standard win, but if the new symbols go on to create another win, there is a x2 multiplier, land a third win and the reward is x3 and for four Free Fall consecutive wins there is a x5 multiplier added. Players that really are lucky and land another free fall will see the reward reverts to the x1 and the cycle starts all over again, however there is very little chance of this happening as 2 or 3 in a row appear to be the best pay out.
There are two other symbols of note which offer their own unique qualities and can offer some excellent rewards. First there is the wild which is represented by a scary green dragon set upon a green background, and can replace all the other symbols except for the scatter to help players land even more winnings by filling in the gaps to provide a run of matching symbols or stretching the win line further to the right, however it is important for players to realise that the wild has no value on its own. The final symbol is the scatter which is depicted by a large gold coin. When players have three coins on a bet line they will be rewarded with 10 bonus Free Falls and whilst the mix of symbols are the same in the base game, landing a further 3 coins will see an extra 10 Free Falls added to the end of the current game.