The latest slot from iSoftBet stars the famous wizard, Merlin. Players can now reflect on the Merlin's Magic Mirror slot at online and mobile casino sites.
A Shining Slot Machine
Merlin's Magic Mirror is a 5-reel, 20-line slot machine set within a deep cave, where the wizard conjures up big wins as he awards random bonus features.
Gems pay out smaller wins, while bottles of potion, an owl and magic book return higher prizes. Merlin himself is worth up to 25x the total stake when he crosses a payline.
Magical Random Features
Merlin can work his magic at random after any spin. In the Wizards' Wild feature, he can turn losing symbols into extra wilds to help create new winning combinations.
In Merlin's Magic Mystery, he can turn a losing spin into a winner by transforming symbols.
Respins And Free Games
When the whole of the left side reel fills with the same type of symbol, the reel locks in place, along with any other examples of the same symbol in view as all other positions respin for free. If more of the triggering symbol appear, the respins carry on until no more land.
Three or more scatter symbols will launch 10 free spins. The scatters turn into magic mirrors, staying fixed in place throughout the round. After each spin, the show a single type of symbol, which can lead to some huge payouts. More scatters also turn into mirrors, making the free games more and more lucrative as they play out.
Meet Merlin Online
Merlin's Magic Mirror can be played on desktop and mobile platforms for stakes of between 0.20 and 20.00 per spin.
It's a medium to high volatility slot machine that is now available at sites that feature the iSoftBet range.
“We are thrilled to release our latest spell-binding slot, Merlin’s Magic Mirror. With an immersive setting, innovative gameplay, and features that can turn any spin into a win, Merlin’s Magic Mirror is certain to be a hit with our operator partners.”Michael Probert, Chief Commercial Officer at iSoftBet
Source - iSoftBet conjures up a hit with Merlin's Magic Mirror www.isoftbet.com/news 16th July 2019