So, the game doesn’t actually have magical reels, but it does provide gamers with a familiar kind of layout in its five reel and three row interface. Upon the reels are various different icons, which start with the regularly seen A, J, K, Q, 9 and 10 symbols. These are joined by some imagery which is altogether more theme-relevant, so in that instance, you’ll see icons of a magic wand getting ready to shoot a powerful blast of magic from it. There’s also a spell book which is emitting light, a vial of a golden yellow potion, a witch stirring her cauldron of liquid, and finally, the witch’s castle, which she appears to be flying out of on her broomstick. A couple of other special feature icons are also available in the game, which we’ll soon get to.
Alongside its reels and rows, NetEnt have included a total of 20 different pay lines in this one, and if you’re a fan of setting the amount of active lines when playing a slot game, you do have the option of customising these. Simply click on one of the numbers down either side of the reels, or use the incorporated ‘Bet Lines’ button instead. Further customisation comes in the form of changing the wager you place per round, and this starts with the value of a single coin. This offers up a range between its minimum amount of €0.02 up to €0.50, while the bet level can also be changed between one and four. This allows all players the opportunity to place a maximum overall wager of €40 per spin.