918Kiss Blue Wizard Megaways is a slot from Playtech and Rarestone Gaming, that relies on the popular Megaways engine, originally designed by Big Time Gaming. We’ve seen another Blue Wizard slot released a couple of years ago, but that one was using regular lines and giving away progressive jackpots, and the sequel changes at least some of those things. Theme-wise, we’re getting a wizard in the main role, and a medieval setting for the action.
918Kiss Blue Wizard Megaways is a game that offers 5 reels, where up to 12,348 ways to win can be made available, though you can play with as few as 108 ways active. The slot pays fairly well, as much as 10,000x the stake typically, but with a Fire Blaze jackpot of 2,000x also mentioned. With medium to high volatility, and with a 96.48% RTP, I’d say that it’s doing a good enough job at making the math model look good for its players.
Blue Wizard Megaways Betting and Prizes
Selecting a wager of just RM0.10 is going to be enough, to get the ball rolling. On the other hand, if you can afford to spend more, than up to RM250 can be used for just one spin.
I like how they improved the top jackpot in the 918Kiss Blue Wizard Megaways, with a 10,000x prize being now available, almost four times what the original could give us. We can thank the Megaways engine for that payout increase, though it’s also the one responsible for the higher volatility. The game’s RTP is 96.48%.
Blue Wizard Megaways Slot Features
While we’ve seen mostly slots with 6 reels in the Megaways category, there are others using the same 5 reels as this one. We’re seeing taller reels in the middle three columns, so there is that extra horizontal reel at the top, that we sometimes get in similar slots. As it stands, depending on how many symbols show up on each reel, you can get anywhere between 108 and 12,348 ways to win.
One type of wild symbol that 918Kiss Blue Wizard Megaways uses, is the one with the Wizard. It’s a simple substitute, but it can be quite useful nonetheless. The other one has the Lightning Bolt, and it’s limited to appearances on the horizontal reel, at the top of reels 2-4. When landing there, the Lightning Bolt will strike any regular wild landing on the same column, and will apply a multiplier between 2x and 16x. This feature is called the Lightning Wild Multipliers.
Fire Blaze Respins can trigger when you get scatters with the Crystal Ball to appear a minimum of 6 times. It’s a Hold & Win style feature, with Money symbols that show up often enough. You use the triggering symbols only, while the rest are removed. Then, 3 re-spins follow and give you a chance to accumulate more Crystal Balls. These re-spins reset back to 3 rounds, when there are new symbols.
At the end of the feature, each Crystal Ball has a prize for you. Some may give you smaller fixed jackpots as well. For the Grand Jackpot, worth 2,000x the stake, you need all positions from the game area to be occupied by these Crystal Balls. It’s already a decent line-up of features, but Blue Wizard Megaways doesn’t stop there. There is also a free spins feature for you to explore, provided that you can get the required Palace scatters to land (3 to 5 are needed). This is a feature that you can retrigger. During free spins, the Lightning Bolt wilds are more likely to trigger. You also get the symbols from the horizontal reel at the top, to move one position to the left side, each round.
Theme & Design
With magic and medieval settings to inspire it, 918Kiss Blue Wizard Megaways looks like a decent slot machine to be playing. We’re seeing the Wizard’s house in the forest for one, and a castle further away, on the other side of the reels. The game area is bigger, as you’d expect in a Megaways slot.
For its major symbols, Playtech and Rarestone chose to use the Royals initially, the ones from 10 to A. We then get the symbols with premium symbols with Owls, Cauldrons, Spell books, and Rings. Feature symbols rely on the Wizard (wild), Crystal ball (scatter), and Palace (scatter).
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918Kiss Blue Wizard Megaways combines the popular BTG game engine, with Hold & Win style features, above average multipliers, and a pretty good design. I like what they did with it, and I would recommend you check it out.