The first time you visit Amatic’s Beauty Fairy slot game, you may well have made some assumptions about how it’s going to look.
However, Amatic have gone a little left of centre in the execution of the theme here, something that could go either way depending on the quality of the design, so how does Beauty Fairy do?
About the slot
With six reels and 20 paylines, Beauty Fairy is playable from 20p to £20 a spin on all compatible desktop, mobile, and tablet devices.
Instead of the greenery and pretty appearance one would assume to find here, there is a darker approach.
Dark blues are the main colour scheme here, with neon symbols appearing on the reels including the low value J, Q, K, and A symbols, as well as hummingbirds, strawberries, and toadstools.
The fairy is the jackpot symbol, and is the only symbol on the reels that appears to have much effort put into its design.
While opting for a different colour scheme and tone to Beauty Fairy than other similar slots was a good choice from Amatic, the lack of effort that seems to have gone into the design lets it down considerably.
Stacked symbols will appear randomly on the reels, this includes wilds, which can lead to several winning combinations on one spin.
Land the Flower Bonus symbol on the first and fifth reel simultaneously to trigger seven free spins, with all wilds that land on the reels remaining locked for the remainder of the free spins. This feature can be re-triggered for extra spins.
Beauty Fairy is an interesting idea, but the end result does it live up to its potential. It looks okay, and the gameplay is alright, but online casino players are spoilt for choice when it comes to slot games, and Beauty Fairy doesn’t match up.