Is that a typo? Shouldn’t that be 4 of a kind? Not in this case, because Endorphina has put a twist on that saying to bring us a different theme. 4 of a King doesn’t stray too far from the card theme though, as you will see when you load the game. It gives you a view of a card table where up to 15 cards appear at a time. These appear in various colors, along with other icons, as you will see. Are you ready to learn more?
Five reels with three symbols on each provide the familiar 5 x 3 layout. There are just 10 lines in action, making this an affordable game for many players to try.
There are lots of coins available here, going from just a cent on each line to $1 at most. That gives you a 10-cent bet if you decide to cover every line (which we would recommend). The top bet is $100 if you play more than one coin on each line.
There is a red chip in action in this game, and you should be pleased if you find it. That’s because it is the wild icon. It will replace everything else too. Some games have exceptions to this, but that is not the case here.
Every now and then a dealer will appear on the reels too. This is the key to the biggest prize, but only if you can find five matching dealers on a paid line. If you can manage that, you will win 2,500 coins. The top prize to be won here is $10,000.
No, and this is where 4 of a King falls down a little. We would have loved to see a scatter that could trigger some free games, but it was not to be here.
This is a solid game based on a more unusual design, but it doesn’t have much to offer beyond that. If you like your five-reel games to be basic and accessible, this one might be enough for you. Anyone who loves bonus features would be advised to look elsewhere. Does that include you? If so, 4 of a King may disappoint.