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Miss Midas appears to be a princess of some description, which would make sense if she’s a part of the lineage started by the legendary King Midas. The link between the two becomes clearer as the game progresses – something that will become much clearer as we get into the meat of the review. Before we get on to the specifics though, you can expect a somewhat typical NextGen gaming outing, with colourful graphics and fluid gameplay.
When placing your bets, you have access to one of the best known of those NextGen features of all, that being the SuperBet. As always, that is an additional bet on top of your conventional line bets and in the case of Miss Midas, it affects which of the symbols can be turned to gold when adjacent to Miss Midas herself. When the feature is off, that covers the peacock and throne. Crank it up to level one for ten coins and that adds the fruit symbol to the mix, and at level two for 25 coins the rose can also be turned to gold. The benefit of turning gold is that the symbol in question becomes wild, which can fit nicely with the title character as she is a wild card but can only appear on the third reel.