The Mega Fortune Wheel slots game is produced by the Bwin/Party group. This group provide the house edge information for some of their slots games and not for other, with no apparent rhyme or reason for the games they miss out. As such, if you are going to play with them we would recommend only playing games that they list the house edge information for. However we don’t recommend playing with this group at all due to their unwillingness to engage in 3rd party dispute mediation. For further information see the Bwin Casino Review.
Fast cars, fast planes and a fortune to be won.
Mega Fortune Wheel had 5 reels, 9 paylines and you can bet one coin on each payline.
The ‘Diamond’ symbol is wild and only appears on reels 2, 3 and 4.
There are two bonus features when playing Mega Fortune Wheel. The first is activated when you receive 3 or more of the ‘Wheel’ symbols anywhere on the reels. When this happens you will be taken to a new screen showing a wheel with various multipliers on it. You spin the wheel three times, add together the three results and multiply your initial wager by the result to calculate your prize.
The second bonus feature involves the progressive jackpot and as it cannot be activated when playing for free we can only give limited information on it. It seems to be activated randomly at the end of any spin and when this happens you will be taken to a new screen with a game where you select 6 out of 9 symbols revealing ‘$’ signs. The more $ signs you reveal the larger the jackpot you win.
The lack of quality game play that Mega Fortune Wheel offers is somewhat compensated for by the low house edge. It should be noted however that it is likely that much of this low house edge is accounted for by very high and very rare jackpot events and as such it is likely that most players are playing against a far larger ‘realistic’ house edge.