Fire Queen

Fire Queen

If you’re looking for a scorcher of a slot that comes packed with free spins, stunning visuals and BIG wins, look no further than Fire Queen – if you can take the heat, that is…


As soon as you launch this sizzling online slot, you’ll be amazed at the crystal-clear 3D graphics on offer, especially the imposing image of the Fire Queen herself watching ominously over your 5 reels! Not only this, but you’ll be playing alongside dragons, phoenixes and flaming unicorns as you work to uncover your red-hot fortune. Yee-ouch!

How To Play

Despite her intimidating appearance, Fire Queen isn’t a difficult slot to get the hang of. Your 100 paylines are always in enabled and in play, so to get started it’s simply a case of setting your BET/2LINES using the +/- buttons in the respective tab. Ready? Hit the orange spin button to set your reels alight! If you need a breather, use the auto play button to let the game spin itself for you.

Wilds & Scatters

Represented by the Fire Queen herself, the game’s Wild symbol is your key to cashing in on some scorching wins, since she’ll substitute for every other symbol – except the Feature symbol – to help you on your way to bagging loads of winning combos. But the Feature symbol definitely shouldn’t be ignored, since it’ll help you snap up some free spins when it appears on your reels – read on to find out how…

Free Spins

Love free spins? Here’s how you can get your hands on some:

  • Land three FEATURE symbols on reels 9, 10 and 11 OR four of the same symbol on reels 1-4 or 5-8 for FIVE free spins
  • Land three FEATURE symbols on reels 9, 10 and 11 AND four of the same symbol on reels 1-4 or 5-8 for TWENTY free spins

What’s more, any Wild that lands on reels 9, 10 or 11 during your free spins will expand the fill the entire reel. This means BIGGER and BETTER wins that’ll make the Fire Queen seethe with jealousy!


Return To Player

This game has a theoretical RTP of 95.95% which means for every £100 wagered it will pay out £95.95.

Please rotate your device back to the portrait mode