Wizards Jackpot Slots
3D imagery loads when you begin the Wizards Jackpot game, along with detailed icons on the reels. Is the game just as good to play as it is to look at though? We decided to find out more.
What's the format?
There are five reels, each with four symbols, and a message below the first reel confirming there are 100 lines in action.
What are your betting options in Wizards Jackpot?
The smallest wager is $1 per spin, so it's a penny slot, albeit a pricier one given the number of lines in use. You can reach $300 per spin at most.
Does the game feature any special icons?
There is a hooded character called Bartley who is marked as a bonus symbol. A woman called Lita is a regular wild, while Skylar is the character who expands vertically to create a wild reel. Finally, Franz appears in the role of a horizontal wild
What about bonuses?
You need just one appearance of the Bartley bonus icon to unlock the Collection Bonus. He will collect magical icons to award instant prizes. He will also collect wizards. He will continue doing so until a bad wizard is selected, at which point the round ends. If he collects all three good wizards first, he'll gather any remaining magical icons in view for the remaining prizes before the round ends.
There are several progressive jackpots that Bartley may also choose to award during this feature. However, we guess there are long odds on him being that generous!
We did notice that there are no free spins for you to score during the Wizards Jackpot game though, which is a shame.
What will you make of the Wizards Jackpot slot game?
We suggest you try the practice game first, especially as you can play the Bartley's Bonus round there too. This means you won't pay for it. We would not suggest doing this in the real version, but the demo gives you some experience of how it works. You can sit back and see what happens.
Check out the Wizards Jackpot game to see what you make of it. Could this be the best wizarding game you've seen so far this year?