The game offers you up a total of five reels and three rows worth of a layout. This is a fairly standard offering, and the icons included on such are all relative to its theme. So, you’ll get to spin your way through symbols of various different electronic and scientific items, such as a pink computer complete with buttons and levers, a red and yellow radar dish, a purple wireless handheld controller, a green clock-shaped timer and a yellow item, which looks exactly like an item used by the Ghostbusters team. These are accompanied by some metallic looking A, J, K, Q and 10 symbols, and these as well as one or two other special feature icons make up the offerings.
As well as all of this, Attraction has also had a total of 10 separate pay lines included on its reels, and these are all fixed in place, so you’re unable to customise them in any way. However, you can alter your wager placed per round, simply by using the ‘Level’ and ‘Coin Value’ buttons. The former of these will switch between one and 10, while the latter is changeable between its minimum of €0.01 and its maximum level of €1 per line. Therefore, all players can expect to be able to place a maximum overall wager of €100 per spin.