Mystery Reels Megaways is a take on the 2017 game of Mystery Reels, with six reel slot with changeable rows and various sized paylines that can add up to a huge 117,649 ways to win. The reels themselves spin within a silver machine in a darkened and mysterious room someplace.
All the icons are related to the Mystery theme, and there are flaming sevens, bells, gold stars, watermelons, silver horseshoes, bunches of grapes, lemons, plums, oranges and cherries.
There’s no wild symbol here, but there’s a Free Spins icon which is the key to the main feature; there’s also the clone symbol which we’ll explain below.
Bonus features of Mystery Reels Megaways
Always a preferred choice amongst gamers, icons in all winning combinations will leave to be replaced by more falling in from the top of the screen – more combinations are then formed and this manner continues until there are no more wins to be one.
If the clone icon falls on the reels, it will move sideways across the screen, converting icons into matching ones for a guaranteed win.
Free Spins are triggered by players landing at least three of the Free Spins bonus icons anywhere in their view. Players will first receive eight free turns; however, this can be gambled to win more or to drop back down to four spins. Whilst the spins are underway, there’s an accumulating win multiplier as the feature continues.
There is plenty to adore about Mystery Reels MegaWays. The glossy visuals and pop audios combine really well. The MegaWays gameplay conveys plenty of entertaining action. It is the Free Spins round where the wins can really boost your prize money thanks to the expanding multipliers on display.
Mystery Reels MegaWays slots have gained in popularity, with the 2017 release still a popular hit amongst gamers. Both games are straightforward to play and with a powerful game engine, really stand out in this over-saturated genre. With a medium to high variance wise, it is easy to see why players can win a potential 10,000 times their bet stake on each spin or free spin they have.
Words: David Bailey-Lauring