Experience plenty of magical spins on Arcane Reel Chaos.
Cast a winning spell that awards random multipliers or exciting re-spins.
Trigger the Free Spins Bonus and face-off against the villainous Deep Pocket to earn big slot wins.
Advance to battle!
The coin sizes available in Arcane Reel Chaos range from 1p to £1.
Betting in this game is fixed at 20 paylines.
In the main game and Chrono Re-spins, regular wild symbols could be displayed on any reel.
These can be used to replace all symbols, excluding Scatter symbols.
Wild symbol substitution pays the highest possible winning combination on a bet line, according to the paytable.
Psyop’s Stacked Wilds
Stacked Wild overlays appear on the reels when Psyop is shown on them.
During this feature, Stacked Wild Overlays appear on two or three reels.
Zero.X’s Overlay Wilds
Three to five random Overlay Wild symbols are created and placed on the reels when Zero.x is displayed during a spin.
When she appears, Flare lights the reels up. The multiplier she brings to the reels enlarges bet line wins by x3, x4 or x5.
When a bet line win happens in the main game, this feature is triggered at random.
Chrono can show up randomly after a no-win spin.
A Re-spin is activated on all five reels when he does, and this goes on until there is a win on a bet line.
For every Re-spin, bet line wins are increased by a progressive multiplier by a minimum of x2 up to a maximum of 10.
The multiplier grows by one with every new re-spin.
Free Spins Bonus
Three Scatter symbols appearing anywhere on reels 1, 3 and 5 in the main game will trigger the Free Spins Bonus.
The heroes fight the enemy, Deep Pockets, in up to four different stages in this feature.
An extra bonus win is awarded should the hero pass the final stage.
Deep Pocket starts with a different amount of health points, depending on the stage:
|Stage||Health Points + Multiplier|
|1||2 health points + x1 multiplier|
|2||4 health points + x3 multiplier|
|4||6 health points + x4 multiplier|
Return to Player (RTP)
Return to Player: 96.81%
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 £96.81 of wins.