Dream, Dream, Dream
The overall layout of this game is presented on a five reel and three row interface, so on the whole, it should provide a familiar enough display for regular gamers. It’s upon these reels that you’re able to see the various different symbols of the game, which start with the frequently seen A, J, K, Q, 9 and 10 icons. All of these don’t really have any particular ties to the theme in question. However, the remaining included icons do, and these exist initially in the form of three different animals, those being the graceful bald eagle, the shrewd wolf and the giant yak. There’s also the icon of an Indian chief, complete with huge headdress. The final two added symbols exist to provide the game with its special features.
When creating this game, Microgaming decided to instil a total of 243 different ways to win in it as well, and this is not something that you’re able to customise at all. However, you can change the amount of the wager that you place per spin, and this is done by altering the coin size between $0.01 and $0.20, as well as changing the amount of these coins that you bet per spin between one and five. Therefore, if you have these options up at their highest levels, you’ll be playing a maximum overall wager of $30 per round.
This game does include some interesting special features to go alongside its standard game play, and this begins with the presence of a wild icon. This is represented by the teepee surrounded by a dreamcatcher. As a wild icon, this will stand in for any other symbols on the reels in order to form a winning combination, with the only exception to this being the totem pole icon.
And speaking of the totem pole, this provides the game with its free spins icon. It is not a scatter, so will only offer pay outs when it appears from left to right on the reels. However, it will multiply any wins by the amount staked, with five of them providing a maximum pay out of 1500 coins. Should you manage to spin three, four or five of these on to a winning pay line from left to right, the game’s freespins round will be triggered, with 10, 15 or 20 freespins provided, respectively. During this round, the wild can show up on reels two, three and four, and will provide multiplier of times two, times three and times four, respectively. Freespins can also be re-triggered.
Summary of a Dreamy Game
So, yes, Mystic Dreams might not be everyone’s favourite cup of tea, but for us, it’s a chance to escape to a bit of an unknown world for a few spins. It does provide exceptional graphics, and what’s more, players are also able to take advantage of the integrated wilds and freespins round. Visually pleasing and with decent game play, we definitely think that this one is a great addition to the Microgaming catalogue.