That’s a strange title, we know. But when you see the loading screen for Chess Royale from GamePlay, we think you will know why. There are some royal characters to meet here – the king, the queen, some knights, and… hang on, are those castles and horses beyond? The chess theme comes through strongly to start with, and we’re wondering why no one else has thought of delivering a game on this theme before. Mixing chess with slots? Who knew that might be a success?
Since the game was released on October 24th, it’s too early to say confidently that this will be a big hit. However, it does provide a scatter wild, capable of triggering free spins. Those spins, if you are lucky enough to win them, will also feature a Royal Expanding Symbol. We wonder what shape that will take?
Even though the game works on a 5 x 3 format, it has been designed to look like a portion of a chess board. Makes sense. A knight stands on either side, looking like they’ve been made from wood. Just 10 lines are in play, making Chess Royale affordable for most players to try. Scatter wilds replace everything, while triggering those free games whenever three or more appear. And since those can be triggered again, you can see the advantages of giving Chess Royale a try now.