The Mystery Reels: Power Reels game can be found at casinos offering Red Tiger software. Red Tiger is a relatively new software developer in the online gaming market, having only been in operation since 2014. Red Tiger focus primarily on slots games but do offer a few table games, albeit a very limited range of them. In compliance with UK gaming legislation, Red Tiger publish the RTP/House Edge information for their slots games within their pay tables. As such, we can say that the House Edge for Mystery Reels: Power Reels is 4.33%.
Mystery Reels: Power Reels is a 7 reel game that is 6 symbols high. The game uses standard paylines, playing from left to right and right to left, with 30 in total. The fact that the lines run in both directions and the reels are so big means there is the chance that you can land more than one set of symbols on a single payline.
Mystery Symbol – The Mystery Symbol will appear on the reels as a “Golden Apple” with a question mark in the centre. Once the reels have stopped spinning it will transform into a standard symbol and clone itself a random number of times, moving across the reels as it does so. There is also a chance that the Mystery Symbol can be 2x2 in size.
Wild – The Wild symbol is the “Diamond”, which will substitute for all symbols. The Wild symbol is the most valuable in the game and it can also be revealed via the Mystery symbol.
The game looks as good as any fruit based game that I’ve seen but any fruit based game that I’ve seen has always left me a little underwhelmed. In the original version of this slot you got Free Spins, but fewer reels and fewer paylines. In the original the paylines did not run in both directions and there was no Wild symbol. However, the biggest difference comes in the shape of the house edge, which in Mystery Reels: Power Reels is much higher than in the original and as such makes it a slot I wouldn’t recommend you play.