The Magic Slots slots game can be found at Playtech casinos. Playtech do not publish the house edge of their games, however several established Playtech casinos have started releasing this information and on the CasinoMeister forum, the Boyle Casino Manager confirmed that Playtech slots games are not configurable at the operators end. As such, it is possible to identify that the house edge of Magic Slots is 6.3% if you play one or two coins and 4.3% if you play three coins and should be valid at all Playtech casinos.
Poster 'thelawnet' from the CasinoMeister and Wizard of Vegas message boards has looked at these figures and believes the 2 coin figure to be misleading. On average across all values of Jackpot playing 2 coins should result in a house edge of 4.3%, however this value is entirely dependent on the size of the Jackpot. If you play when the Jackpot's recently been won the house edge is likely to be a lot higher and if you play when the Jackpot is larger than average it is possible that the house edge will be a lot less that 4.3%.
These reels are pure magic.
Magic Slots had 3 reels, one payline and you can bet up to 3 coins on the payline.
There is no wild symbol when playing Magic Slots.
There are two bonus features when playing Magic Slots. The first bonus feature is activated when you receive the ‘Wand’ symbol anywhere on the reels. Each time this happens the Wand symbol will be banked on the right side of the reels. When you have collected 3 Wand symbols you will be taken to a new screen showing four magician’s hats. Pick one of the hats and you will be awarded a random prize.
The second bonus feature is activated when you receive three of the ‘Magician’s Hat and Gloves’ symbol on the payline. When this happens you win the progressive jackpot.
A comparatively small progressive jackpot for the size of the house edge, Magic Slots isn’t one we’d recommend.