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The Lucky Witch slots game can be found at Microgaming casinos. Microgaming as a standard do not publish the slots house edge information of their games. However they lease their slots games out to casinos using other software, some of which do publish this information. So far we’ve only found one casino – BETAT – that has published this information for Lucky Witch and they list the house edge as 4%. When playing at any other venue, this information should be used as a guideline only as the game may be configurable.
Magical and lucky, what a combination!
The Lucky Witch game has 5 reels, 15 paylines and you can bet up to 20 coins on each payline.
The ‘Lucky Witch Logo’ symbol is wild, stacked on all reels and doubles all wins it contributes to.
There are two bonus features when playing Lucky Witch. The first bonus feature is activated when you receive 3 or more of the ‘Potion Bottle’ scatter symbol anywhere on the reels. When this happens you will be awarded 13 complimentary spins.
The second bonus feature is activated when you receive 3 or more of the ‘Mystery Bonus’ scatter symbol anywhere on the reels. When this happens you will receive one of 4 different bonus features.
The first of these features will take you to a new screen showing the witch brewing a potion. Select from the 12 ingredients one at a time to win prizes. When you reveal the poison the bonus feature ends.
The second will take you to a new screen showing 5 pumpkins. Select a pumpkin to win a prize then choose to either keep the prize or try again. You can rechoose twice.
The third will take you to a new screen showing a door with 12 symbols on it. Select three of the symbols and the remaining 9 will reveal their missed prizes. Then select one of the three symbols to reveal the prize you’ll win.
The fourth will take you to a new screen showing 3 spellbooks. Select one of the spellbooks to win a multiplier that will be applied to the triggering bet.
Lucky Witch has more going on than many slots games and a reasonable house edge, but the bonus features still aren’t competitive in the modern slots market.