Free Rise of Merlin slot
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Rise of Merlin slot by Play'n Go takes us back to the classic theme of Arthurian legend usually provided by Nextgen with their Merlin's Money Burst being the high-volatility offering and Merlin's Magic Respins and the classic Merlin's Millions 50-liner amongst their collection. Here we get a more indoor setting with a magic chamber behind the transparent reels and mysterious music along with fairytale sound effects to complete our scene. We are however going to go where we've been many times before with this game, so will Rise of Merlin mean fall of our bankroll?
It won't take most of you long to figure out what model we have here in Rise of Merlin slot so we'll start with the 10 fixed pay lines over 5 reels of 3 rows each. The symbols are single and 5-of-a-kind pays high, beginning with 500x for Wild Orb or Merlin, 160x Red Dragon, 60x White Dragon or Owl with five card values paying either 12 or 8x for a full line of 5. No random modifiers here and your first clue - Wild is the scatter too!
You need to see 3 or more Wild Orb scatters in view for 10 free games and I reckon you'll guess what's coming next! The game will choose one of the 9 symbols described above bar the Wild and it will become an expanding scatter during the spins, effectively giving a 10x multiplier on any 2 or 3OAK wins depending on the symbol selected for you. A retrigger will add one of the remaining 8 unchosen symbols into the equation and so-on, if you're lucky.
Rise of Merlin slot is to Novomatic's Book of Ra Deluxe Magic as Book of Dead is to Book of Ra Deluxe - Play'n Go's copy of these classic mechanics and their high volatility with exciting free games bonuses, in this case the former game although that itself could be said to be a Novo copy of Merkur's Magic Mirror Deluxe! It all gets very complicated where the developers are concerned but here the appearance and sounds are good and of course you have the high potential you would expect along with a factory 96.35% RTP. So nothing new here as such, but nothing you'd avoid if as I do you like this dangerous but exciting maths model...