Fortune Diamond

Fortune Diamond is still a diamond in the rough, with a low return to player (RTP) and drab gameplay and design.
Fortune Diamond - iSoftBet - 5-Reels

Fortune Diamond – Fortune Diamond is still a diamond in the rough, with a low return to player (RTP) and drab gameplay and design.

Fortune Diamond RTP 95.22%

Slot functionSlot description
Slot Provider:iSoftBet
Slot date created:
Fortune Diamond themes:5-Reels
Popularity:Very low
Available on:Mobile, Desktop
Win lines:Unknown

Review of the Fortune Diamond

Theme and plot of the story

Fortune Diamond is a video slot from iSoftBet that has a “oriental” flavor to it. Despite the fact that, with the exception of a couple of the symbols, Fortune Diamond has a lot more general feel to it,

There are Chinese money and hats in the backdrop of this illustration, but most of the other theme components are buried in a sea of Ace to Ten symbols and an abstract purple background.

Fortune Diamond’s approach to the topic is understated.

Graphics, sounds, and animations are all included.

This low-key approach to Fortune Diamond’s other components is consistent with the overall tone of the company. Both the symbols and the animations are well-drawn but mostly devoid of personality, and both are practical and unostentatious.

Subtlety, on the other hand, is not a bad thing, and what Fortune Diamond lacks in size and oomph, it more than makes up for in stability.

In this regard, the music serves as a perfect example, since it is one of the few components of the film that seems really Chinese. This basic piece of music is perfect for use as background noise, never getting in the way of the player’s concentration.


The action of the main game is quite straightforward: it is a five-reel, three-row slot with fifty paylines.

The multiplier Wilds and the free spin bonus are the two most important elements that provide variety to the game (see below for full details on both of these aspects). Neither of them contribute much to the game’s otherwise monotonous gameplay in their respective roles as seasoning.

Wilds, bonuses, and free spins are all included in this game.

With the exception of the bonus symbol, the Wild symbols may be used to replace any other symbols on the reels.

As an additional bonus, there is a Wild multiplier that may be selected from one of four sizes: 2, 3, 5, or 10. Despite the fact that this Wild Multiplier symbol appears only on reel five, it seems to occur on each spin of the main game. It increases the value of all prizes from the spin (free spins included).

In the event that you score two or more consecutive Bonus symbols beginning on reel one, you will be awarded with a free spins round. Two Bonus symbols will award you between ten and fifteen free spins, while five Bonus symbols will award you between thirty-six and fifty free spins. However, you are only permitted to get a total of one hundred free spins throughout the course of a single bonus round.

Bet sizes, return on investment (RTI), and variance

The return to player for this game is 95.22 percent, which is a little disappointing considering that it falls below our benchmark of about 96 percent.

From a minimum of $0.50 to a maximum of $/£/€500.00 a spin, the betting options on the site we tested ranged from $0.50 to $/£/€500.00. The bottom end of this range may still be too costly for extremely low rollers, but it will cover the vast majority of other players.

In this game, the volatility is medium to high, which would just about match the parameters for our favored methods if the return to player was sufficiently high. That is not the case.


Overall, Fortune Diamond is an example of how you can accomplish all of the tiny things really well, yet have them fail to sum up to anything worthwhile in the grand scheme of things. As a result, the game becomes tiresome and monotonous very soon, with every element seeming to remind the player of other slot machines.

Furthermore, Fortune Diamond’s lack of distinctiveness is compounded by the fact that it has a below-average return to player.

This is a game that we do not suggest to our readers.