The Magic Target game can be found at casinos offering Wazdan software. Wazdan is one of the better established software developers in the online gaming market having been in operation since 2010. Unlike many of the smaller casino software providers Wazdan offer a selection of casino table games featuring some of the major table games, with a strong focus on slots games. Wazdan do the RTP/House Edge information for their slots games within their paytables. As such we can say that the House Edge for Magic Target is 3.37%.
Magic Target is a 5 reel game that is 3 symbols high. The game uses standard paylines, with 20 in total playing from left to right.
Wilds – The Wild symbol is the “Joker” which will substitute for all symbols other than Scatters and Multipliers. The “Joker” is also the most valuable symbol in the game, with 5 as part of a winning payline paying x50 the bet.
Scatters/Free Spins – The “Bomb” is the game’s Scatter/Free Spin symbol, meaning it will trigger the Free Spins feature regardless of paylines if you can land 3 or more of them anywhere on the reels on a single spin.
Multiplier – The “Cannon” is the game’s Multiplier symbol. The symbol is only available during the Free Spins feature and will double any wins if you can land it on the middle reel.
Free Spins – 3 or more “Bomb” symbols will trigger 10 Free Spins. The Free Spins cannot be re-triggered.
Magic Target is a very basic game in just about all respects. The might look bright, bold and brash but it lacks the quality that we have come to expect from a modern slots game. As for the features: you get Wilds, Free Spins and Scatters. There is an additional feature within the Free Spins too. Add all this together and you don’t really have much variety away from the base game. The house edge is good, sitting below what we would consider to be average, meaning that despite its apparent failings Magic Target does offer some value for money.
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