There’s a total of five reels and three rows included in the layout of this game, so if you play slots on a regular enough basis, this interface should be easy to navigate your way around. Upon these reels, there’s a strong selection of icons, starting with the regularly appearing A, J, K and Q symbols. There are four other standard symbols joining these, which begin with a hand of cards. There’s also a bird in a golden cage, as well as a large blue chest which has been locked and wrapped in chains. The final standard icon is represented by the wizard’s top hat with a wand next to it. Two or three other symbols have been included on the reels to provide it with its special features.
Alongside its reels, rows and icons, Simsalabim also includes a total of 25 different pay lines, although if you’re the kind of gamer who prefers to customise this feature, you can do so. This is done with the ‘Lines’ box, or by selecting a number from either side of the reels. Further to this, all players have the chance to adjust the wager that they place per spin, and this is done firstly by altering the value of a single coin. This is changeable between its minimum of €0.01 and it reaches up to €1 per line. In addition to this, you can also change around the bet level, which offers up a range of between one and 10. Should you choose to push these to their highest levels, you’ll be placing a maximum overall wager of €250 per round.