The Alchemy Magic slot game can be found at casinos offering Reel NRG. Reel NRG is a relatively new software developer in the online gaming market, having only been in operation in some form or another since 2013. Reel NRG, appear to focus exclusively on slots games, with any of their table games now in retirement. In compliance with UK gaming legislation, Reel NRG publish the RTP/House Edge information for their slots games within their pay tables. As such, we can say that the House Edge for Alchemy Magic slot game is 3.95%.
The Alchemy Magic slot game has 5 reels in total and each one 3 symbols high. There are 20 paylines, playing from left to right.
Wild – The “Witch” symbol is Wild and will substitute for all paying symbols. It is also, along with the Scales, the highest paying symbol in the game.
Cat – The Cat symbol only appears on reel 3 and when it does it will award a random number of respins.
Respins – The number of respins that you are awarded is randomly determined. However, we do know that during the respins paylines will play in both directions.
Walking Wild – This is a random feature. On any spin a Wild symbol may be added to the 5th reel that will remain on the reels, moving one reel to the left on each subsequent spin, before disappearing off the grid on the spin following its appearance on the 1st reel.
Alchemy Magic is about as simple as you can expect a slot to be. You get Wilds and you get respins, along the Walking Wild random feature. No Free Spins and no Bonus feature makes this a slot that is instantly forgettable. The house edge is OK, but would need to be stunning before we could award this slot an above average score.
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