Join the search for big wins in Gonzo's Quest Megaways!
The bet sizes available in Gonzo's Quest Megaways range from 20p to £10.
This game uses the Megaways mechanic, which features up to 117,649 ways to win.
Instead of spinning, the symbols fall into positions on the reels.
Symbols in winning combinations explode and disappear, which creates space for a second Avalanche of symbols, giving you the opportunity to land greater wins.
The Avalanches continue until no more wins are present on the reels.
Winning ways trigger the Avalanche Multiplier, which enhances the reward from each winning way occurring during the spin until the maximum multiplier is reached.
The first win way in the base game improves it to x2, the second to x3, and the third to x5, which stays in place for the duration of the spin, and applies to all subsequent wins.
The Avalanche Multiplier resets following the conclusion of the spin.
The slot may randomly start to shake, destroying all low-paying symbols, and allowing only high-paying symbols to take their place in the re-spins that follow.
When they participate in a win, Wilds do not break, and no more than two of them can appear on the reels at any one time.
The first one can land on the first three reels, with the second one potentially appearing on the second three reels.
Both paying symbols and Free Fall symbols can be substituted by Wilds.
This feature is activated by a win way of a minimum of three Free Fall symbols, or a way of a minimum of two Free Fall symbols and a Wild symbol.
Each symbol that participates in the win way will grant three Free Spins.
In Free Fall the Avalanche Multiplier's progression is: x3, x6, x9, x15.
Once the bonus has ended you return to the previous scene, where the symbols that triggered Free Fall are destroyed, giving you a chance to land additional wins.
The win multiplier from the last re-spin before the bonus round also remains until there are no more wins.
Additional Free Spins may be won during Free Fall.
Return to Player
Return to Player (RTP): 92.71%
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £92.71 of wins.