Ninja Magic Slot

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There are so many slot games that owe their theme to the Far East. Here’s another one as we venture to Japan for some Ninja Magic. You certainly wouldn’t fancy meeting one of these ninja’s in a dark alley that is for sure. It’s another exciting slot from Microgaming that gives its players an excellent chance of getting some good wins.

Ninja’s used to be Japanese spies, so it’s no wonder that they used to be dressed in all-black so they could safely hide in the shadows before striking. The game has an attractive look to it and in the background you can see a rather large yin yang symbol that has two ninjas on it.

The game itself has a total of five large reels with three rows of attractive looking symbols. There’s a total of 40 pay-lines so you have a great chance of getting some winning combinations. It’s entirely up to you just how many of those 40 pay-lines you decide to activate on each spin of the reels. The minimum cost of activating all of the pay-lines is €0.40 and the maximum you can gamble is €150 so the high-rollers of you out there will be interested in this game. Just work your budget out and then enjoy playing the game.

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Wild Ninja

The symbols have an attractive look to them. They include male and female ninjas, a spider and a wasp. There’s also the nine to Ace playing card symbols, one too many really. They are the lower paying symbols so expect them to produce a string of wins for you to keep your account balance ticking over.

The Ninja Magic symbol Is the wild in this game. It has the ability to substitute for other symbols so that’ll produce even more low-value wins. Hopefully your luck will be in though and it can produce some larger wins for you.

I Spy a Scatter

It’s not possible for the wild to substitute for the scatter symbol which is the large    This can get you some wins if appearing anywhere on the reels. Five of them appearing wins you 40x your bet and pays out in addition to any other win on that spin of the reels. Nor can the wild substitute for the bonus symbol which is the Japanese house. That helps get you into the bonus game so you’re not going to be given any extra help with that.

If you need some time away from the reels but want to carry on playing, there’s an autoplay feature. This sets up automated spins with a minimum of ten and maximum of 100. However, it’s possible to customize these automated spins. They can be set to have up to 500 automated spins or stop if you have a certain sized win that you don’t want to put at risk.

The control buttons are all down at the bottom of the screen. Have a look through the paytable and have some free games just to learn more about how the game operates.

Chase those Free Spins

At least three of the bonus symbols anywhere on the reels will get you into the bonus game. It’s free spins on their way but it’s not instantly known just how many you’ll be playing with. If it’s three bonus symbols that trigger the bonus round then you receive just one free spin, four takes that up to two free spins with any wins doubled and five gives you an initial three free spins with any wins tripled. That doesn’t sound much does it? Well more are on their way as you can select from 18 giant bugs. I’m not quite sure why a game called ‘Ninja Magic’ has such a reliance on bugs. If your selections are really full of luck, then you could find yourself playing with as many as 40 free spins with an 8x multiplier. If that comes along then you’ll really be celebrating and some big wins could be coming your way.

Magic or Not?

Another interesting slot from Microgaming. There could be some better symbols included and why all the bugs? It won’t bug you at all if your luck is in and you play the bonus game with a large amount of free spins and a healthy multiplier. Definitely worth a play.