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White Wizard

White Wizard

Cast a magic spell and conjure up a sparkling fortune as you step into the world of fantasy in the White Wizard slot game at Pocket Fruity! This is the game where White Wizards enchant the reels, all so that you can snatch your mythical fortune… 

About

You’ll be playing across 5 reels and 25 paylines in this fantastical slot machine. The reels themselves carry on the theme of magic and mystery as bubbling cauldrons, ancient tomes, occult wands and even a beautiful unicorn all stand in as the symbols for this great game. So if you enjoyed this one, why not check out other fantasy games like Gonzo’s Quest?

How To Play

The first thing to know, is that wagers in White Wizard are placed using the classic credit system, so one credit stands in as 0.01 pence. You can alter the amount of credits per bet and the number of lines being wagered on using the up and down arrows on the CHANGE BET and CHANGE LINES tabs. Finally, hit SPIN to get the magic started! Use AUTO PLAY if you want to catch a glimpse of this fantasy world from afar…

Wilds

You won’t be able to miss the Wild symbols in this game, as they’re represented by the White Wizard himself! He can appear on reels 1, 3 and 5 and will substitute for all other symbols apart from the Dragon Scatter symbol, helping you on your way to winning combos. The best news is that any wins substituted by this Wild will be TRIPLED!

Free Spins Bonus

Get 3 or more Dragon Scatter symbols to trigger the White Wizard Free Spins Bonus round. The number of free spins awarded is dependent on how many Scatters used to trigger the bonus, as follows: 3 Scatters gets you 15 free spins; 4 gets you 20; 5 gets you the maximum 25 free spins! And as if you hadn’t already found enough magic for one game – the Wizard Wilds can also turn into Expanding Wilds in this bonus round, meaning you’re even more likely to win!

Return To Player

This game has a theoretical RTP of 95% which means for every £100 wagered it will pay out £95.


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