Book of Enchantments by Wizard.Games

Book of Enchantments Review

Game Specifications

Mechanics: 5-reels • 4-lines • 10-Game

Features: expanding symbols

Return to Player (RTP): 96.24% *can vary between casino sites

Volatility: Medium

Developer: Wizard-Gaming

Rating: 7/10 Stars.

Comment: Halloween witch game without the scary Halloween witch part.

*Where to play: Jackpot Village, Temple Nile Casino, SpinStation, Sun Vegas.

Game Content

The newly rebranded Pariplay (Wizard-Games) has added a delightful addition to the brilliant Book of… series of games with the Book of Enchantments. Unfortunately not as sexy as the picture would suggest. And, a little late for Halloween perhaps, but magic, mystery and sorcery have held us captivated since the dawn of time.

Step into the enchanting yet friendly world of magic with the Book of Enchantments. Not as enchanted or interesting as other witchcraft style games, and if we are being critical (which we are), it’s a little child-like. That doesn’t mean that this is a bad game. It’s a light-hearted fun game that you’d want to play for a while. Not too long though, as the soundtrack is annoyingly happy for a game about witches and witchcraft.

There is more than one way to skin a witches cat, or in this case, trigger Free spins. Either way ends in 10 Free spins and is well worth the wait. The first is when you trigger 10 Free spins using the “Magic Wilds”. Those are the wands with the orange stones. Generous pots in this Free spin Bonus round.

The other way is to trigger the three scatter symbols, or Books. This takes you more or less to the same Bonus round where the pots are just as generous. The animation is pretty good here, and the soundtrack ups the tempo a little.

The Safer Gambling element in this game is plain and simple. That said, there is no other option available than just click and play. No autoplay mode, and no turbo play. It’s the perfect gambling control, one-click one play, and a great way to limit your losses.

Game Developer

Wizard Games might be new to the business in as much as the date of their rebrand from Pariplay might suggest, but they are an old gaming soul in a new digital gaming skin. There is lots to like about their games, no discounting their fabulous Book of… games. Book of Itza and Book of Enchantments are good introductions to the Book series.

Bonus Feature

Free Spins

The Book of Enchantments is built around the classic scatter symbols that you’d normally get with any Book of… slot. Three Book of… symbols trigger the Bonus spins and you are then taken to the actual Book which reveals your Bonus symbol, and the spins begin. You start with 10 free spins.

Prizes in this game are good, regardless of what you bet is. What you win might not break the bank, but it will keep your pot topped off nicely. The Book scatter bonus round is generous and worth the wait.

Gamble Feature

There is a no gamble feature in this game. The rest is just good old-fashioned reels and spins with OK graphics and a soft soundtrack that won’t make you want to hide behind the couch.

Responsible Play – Adults Only Game

All Wizard Games Slot and Casino games are age-restricted to players that are older than 18+. Age verification is required regardless of where you play. This is an 18+ game that involves gambling.

18+ only. Welcome Bonuses refer to New players only. Wagering requirements always apply unless specified. Bonuses, RTP %, Providers, Casinos, Games and Wagering requirements may change depending on where you play. Free games and promotions are for funded players unless specified. Withdrawing funds requires proof of an ID. Always read full T&C’s before playing.

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