White Wizard is the first of two slots (the other being a deluxe edition of the same game) from Eyecon. What else but a mysticism and wizardry theme would players from expect from a slot with a title such as this? Most of Eyecon’s slots are rather generic, and that is what players will find in this game, at least in terms of paylines.
There are 25 such lines present on the five reels of the White Wizard slot game. Unsurprisingly, none of these can be altered, though wagers are still relatively cheap.
They flex from 25p a game up to no more than £12.50 a spin. While the high playing card icons pay out smaller sums, the more thematic imagery are responsible for wins which could include the game’s non-progressive jackpot of 3,000 coins. White Wizard has an RTP (return to player) rate of 95.5% and is generally described as a low-variance slot, which pays out often enough.
A few predictable features have been included in White Wizard, but they can be prosperous. Wild symbols in the shape of the titular White Wizard, but they only appear on the first, third and fifth reels. The lack of wilds may sound disappointing, but the fact that wilds can triple any winning combos in which they appear will delight players.
Scatters appear in the game, too. These dragon symbols will trigger a spin bonus should players land 3 or more on the reels. Moreover, they will also pocket scattered win cash prizes, with those prizes ranging from a floor of 5x a bet, up to a ceiling which is as high as 300x a player’s stake. Bonus features
There is only one special bonus round worked into the design of this game. Fortunately, it is a decent one. The free spin bonus in the White Wizard slot promises 15, 20 or 25 free games, based on 3, 4 or 5 scatters being landed in the base game. During the feature, wilds become a little bit more magical. They can expand to occupy the entirety of any reel they appear on. Scatter icons can also retrigger the bonus round, should 3 or more pop up on the reels. As before, wild wins can be multiplied by 3x the standard rate of pay in this feature.
Another bonus – perhaps even a click and win feature – wouldn’t have gone amiss in this slot release. Players are going to have to be content with what they get, though.
White Wizard is a simple game, but it is also an enjoyable one. There is nothing to shout about regarding special features and not too many of the elements in this slot will wow players. Ultimately, though, if the slot pays out prizes regularly (which this one does), there won’t be too many complaints. Players who fancy a little more bounce for their buck may wish to try the White Wizard: Deluxe slot, though.