As far as the layout of the game goes, it features five reels and three rows, and this should be a fairly familiar interface for frequent gamers. On these reels, you’ll find various different icons, starting with the six different witches. There’s the one with pink hair who is clutching on to two red apples, followed by the two brunettes, the first of which is riding her broom and the other of which is sat on a pumpkin. Following on from this, you’ll find the witch with black hair and a purple outfit, and the red-haired witch in green provides the fifth symbol. The sixth and last witch is that of the girl with lilac-coloured hair who is in the midst of casting a spell from a book. Joining these, there are five other icons which relate to witchcraft. These are the eyeball in a glass jar of liquid, a green vial of poison, a rat wearing a purple witch’s hat, an evil looking root and a frog laid on top of an apple.
In addition to these features, you’ll find that NetEnt have also added a total of 20 different pay lines. These can be altered if you have the need to do so, and this is done via the ‘Bet Lines’ button, or by clicking on one of the numbers down either side of the reels. You can also change around the amount of the bet you place per spin as well, and this is done firstly by altering the ‘Coin Value’. This particular part of the game can be adjusted between its minimum of €0.01 and its maximum of €1 per active line. Furthermore, the bet level of the game can be changed between one and four, and if you do choose to maximise them all, you will be wagering an overall amount of €80 per spin.