From the first look, this game presents players with a regular layout of five reels and three rows, so there’s nothing really so special in terms of its interface. The icons included on these reels relate closely to the theme, presenting you with various different Japanese-influenced symbols. There are two statue-like symbols on the reels, one of which is a lion and the other is what appears to be some sort of frog. There’s also an icon of the princess in question, as well as three pendants linked together by blue, satin pieces of cloth. These are joined by the regularly appearing A, K, Q, J and 10 sybols.
NetEnt have also added a total of 20 separate pay lines into the game, and these are not able to be altered around in any way. You can, however, switch around the type of wager you place per round, which can be done firstly by switching about the value of a single coin. This has a range between €0.01 and €1 per line, while the other option is to also change the bet level. This offers up a range between one and 10. As a standard bet level, this allows you to place a maximum bet of €200 per spin. However, you’ll also notice that there’s a ‘Bonus Bet’ button in the bottom corner, and if you press this, it will double the maximum wager to €400. It does also increase your chances of winning random bonuses and special features as well though.