Wheel Of Fortune Megaways Slot Review
Wheel Of Fortune Megaways is the latest addition to the slots stable inspired by the USA TV Quiz Show. Launched in 1975, Wheel Of Fortune is a puzzle game based loosely on Hangman. Thankfully you don’t have to worry about solving puzzles in this particular. Instead you just need to spin the reels and see if you can win on up to 117,649 potential paylines. Get to the bonus round with Extending Reels and you could end up playing with a massive one million megaways!
How To Play Wheel Of Fortune Megaways
This isn’t the the most stunning looking of slots but it does have a sense of Las Vegas around it. The look is very simple with a neon game show style background and the Wheel Of Fortune logo towards the top right. To play you simply need to set a wagering limit and this ranges from 20p up to a maximum of £100. An autoplay facility is available which allows up to 50 spins. Loss limits and single win limits can also be set via Autoplay.
On the reels you’ll find high paying symbols that reference the big prizes you can win on the gameshow. These include jewellery, holidays, a boat and car. The diamond ring is the highest paying symbol and will payout x25 for six of a kind. The lower paying symbols are represented by playing cards 9, 10, J, Q, K and A. The Wheel Of Fortune symbol represents the scatter whilst wilds are the other symbol you can expect to see. Note that every wild can potentially transform into a stacked wild.
Get 3, 4, 5 or 6 Scatters in any position on the reels to be awarded 12, 14, 16 or 18 free spins. Before the free spins are played you get to spin The Wheel of Fortune to reveal your starting Megaways. Every time an expansion symbol – represented by the logo – the reel that it is on will expand by one symbol. All reels can extend up to a maximium of 10 symbols each which if this ever happens will generate an incredible one million Megaways. When a reel reaches 10 symbols then free spins are retriggered giving you up to an addition 12 free spins.
The Spin On Wheel Of Fortune Megaways
The Megaways engine is a bit marmite in our opinion but there’s no denying that they are popular. The constant addition of new titles is testament to their popularity. The base game of Wheel Of Fortune Megaways isn’t the most exciting of games and wins were small and infrequent. In fact the biggest single win genrated a x7 multiplier and on just 8 paylines. The bonus round however is a bit more lively although disappointing in terms of wins. We managed just a x10 multiplier on 17 free spins when the bonus was activated. It does have a Las Vegas feel to it but in our view there are better slots to try.