Wild Genie is a 5 reel (non-progressive), 9-payline, Cgtv-games Video Slot. It comes with a wildSymbol, scatter symbol and has a maximum jackpot win of $25,000.
Wild Genie is a tantalizing themed video slot from CG TV Games which includes useful features such as wilds and scattered multipliers. Players can look forward to Arabian themed graphics, sound effects and potentially magical prizes which can pay up to $25,000.
Wild Genie’s reels are set high upon a cloud, surrounded by countless stars and moonlight. You’ll also notice the slots two main characters floating gracefully behind the reels, although Aladdin is nowhere to be seen.
The reels are teeming with icons which are split between bespoke and traditional designs. These include the Genie’s turban, shoes and lamp as well as the magic carpet and Genie’s head. Other icons include A, K, Q, J, 10 and 9 which have been reworked with a jazzy font.
There’s no built in option for automatic spins although some online casinos may offer it as part of their software. This means each spin needs to be made manually, which is slower but insures you are in full control of each bet.
Genie’s tend to grant three wishes but on this slot could prove to be even more useful because the Genie is wild with 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King or Ace icons. Sadly this means all other icons are unable to be substituted, which makes the wild half as potent as it could be.
The magic carpet is the slots second bonus icon. It is able to award prizes when two or more icons appear in any position. This culminates with an astounding 500x multiplier if five icons appear during a single spin.
Classic slots are a dying breed; mainly due to brands overloading slots with many additional features. This one offers two simple features which are geared towards creating more winning chances. Overall we’d recommend this slot to players which prefer classic slots, people getting used to playing online, or jackpot hunters (it’s pretty versatile really).
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