With a maximum prize amount of 5,000x your bet, there are plenty of reasons to excited over a game of The Hand of Midas slot.
The bet sizes available in The Hand of Midas range from 20p to £50.
Betting in this game is fixed at 20 paylines.
Wilds override all symbols in this game apart from Scatters.
They can only land on reels two, three and four.
Whenever a Wild appears, a random multiplier of between 1x and 3x will be applied to that spin.
If more than one Wild appears, the multiplier values will be added together.
Scatters only appear during the base game.
Land three or more to enable the Free Spins bonus.
At the start of the feature, mini reels equal to the number of triggering Scatters will appear, containing between one and three free spins (i.e. if three Scatters triggered the feature, three mini reels will appear).
All mini reels then spin to revel your winning number of spins.
A win multiplier is active throughout the bonus and will be applied to the total win per spin.
Whenever a Wild lands in Free Spins, it will become Sticky and lock in-place until the end of the feature - it will also increase the win multiplier by 1x, 2x or 3x at random.
The guaranteed minimum win in Free Spins depends on how many Scatters trigger the feature:
Guaranteed Minimum Win
|3||10x total bet|
|4||20x total bet|
|5||30x total bet|
If you run out of free spins and are yet to win the minimum guaranteed amount, Free Spins will re-trigger.
Mini reels will re-appear equal to the number of Scatters that initially triggered the feature and award you an extra one, two or three spins.
Free Spins can re-trigger an unlimited number of times and is played on special reels.
The bonus immediately ends if you reach the maximum win amount of 5,000x your bet - wins will then be awarded and all remaining free spins will be forfeited.
You get to decide the bet multiplier in this game, which determines how the game behaves.
Possible values include:
Malfunction voids all pays and plays throughout this game.
Return to Player
Return to Player (RTP): 96.54%.
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 £96.54 of wins.