Nextgen Gaming is the company that created Spin Sorceress, a slot machine with a clear fantasy influence, with magic crystals, crystal orbs and ladies that cast spells being among the things you will see if you spin its 5 reels.
The winning combinations that form inside are placed on the 243 ways to win, making this a game which you can expect to offer you lots of smaller prizes. It also offers a good way to improve the value of the prizes, using wilds with huge multipliers, but unfortunately also asking for more money in order to give you access to them.
What We Love
The game’s list of features would be a strong contender when it comes to things we love about Spin Sorceress. It offers you wilds, along with scatter symbols, wild reels and SuperBets (which I’m not a fan of) that will improve the multiplier of the wild symbol.
The wilds play a big role in this game, being capable of acting as substitutes, but also applying big multipliers to the wins they helped form, as long as you used the right bet that is. A Super Bet option is available in the game, which offers you the option to increase the value of the wild’s multiplier. There are four settings for the Super Bet, the lowest one offering wilds with 2x to 5x multipliers, while the highest one takes them to 20x to 50x.
Another obvious feature to enjoy would be the round of free spins, triggered whenever the right symbols appear in sufficient numbers on the five reels, even if it happens in random positions. 10 free spins are won here, with up to three wild reels being placed each round, so the odds of getting paid are increased considerably.
Finally, I love the design of this slot machine. The theme is not an unusual one, the fantasy genre being well represented these days in slot machines, but the design quality that Spin Sorceress offers is not as common.
What We Do Not
Because this is a game which employs ways to win instead of paylines, the prizes tend to be lower, offering at best 500 coins, or $1,000, for a regular combo of symbols.
You can improve that amount dramatically with assistance from the wild symbol, the jackpot going as high as $50,000 in that case, but you’d have to wager 500 coins per spin, instead of 25 coins, to get that kind of multiplier from the SuperBet feature.
If you take away that SuperBet option, which increases the multiplier of the wild, what you end up with is a regular slot machine, with ways to win, using 25 coins per spin and offering in exchange wild symbols that are limited to three reels and free spins which can be a lot of fun. All things considered, I wouldn’t call it a must play title.