It is not often that we encounter a NetEnt mobile slot where our first thought is that the game is ‘cute’, but it is difficult to think anything else when you first lay eyes on Flowers. To be fair, the game takes a traditionally inanimate object and adds character to it, and that is something that we have seen before from NetEnt on several occasions, and we have never yet known it not to be successful. On this occasion, those inanimate objects are the titular Flowers and players have some bold symbols to look forward to, along with a decent number of win lines and some potentially epic free spins too.
What to Expect
The look and feel of Flowers is something that players will either love or hate, but that is always a risk when a developer decides to go with this kind of look. On the plus side, this is a supremely colourful game and it looks great on all of the latest mobile devices, and we can always appreciate any game that makes it easy to keep track of the wins as they land in view.
The wild card is the sun symbol, and it is sure to brighten your day during the base game by filling in for any other symbol except the clouds, and they get even better during the bonus round as they take on the ability to land in stacks. With thirty win lines, stacked wilds can definitely be beneficial and that number represents something of a sweet spot for mobile players through being big, but not too big.
The cloud symbol is the scatter and landing four or more, all the way up to eight in total, will see the award of some free spins. Landing eight is made possible through the rather surprising inclusion of split symbols on the scatters, with two clouds potentially landing on a single symbol position. Four symbols in view will lead to the award of ten free games, but it can definitely continue to get bigger and better from there, with up to thirty free games available as part of the bonus.
The MobileCasino.net Verdict
Flowers is starting to feel slightly dated compared to the very latest and most innovative mobile slots from NetEnt, but that is certainly not to say that there is not still plenty of fun to be had on this game. The lack of complexity lends itself well to mobile play and there is all of the winning potential that players could ever hope for too. We would have to say that the game is middling in the grand scheme of things, but may well worth checking out for the right audience.