Once again, the symbols chosen for the low paying ones are the classic playing cards images from 10 to Ace. The premiums are five of the Dickens’ novel characters – Ghost of Christmas Past, Ghost of Christmas Present, Ghost of Christmas Future, Bob Cratchit, and Tiny Tim. Six of these anywhere on a payline will cheer you up with your first winning combination. The novel’s main character Ebenezer Scrooge is the wild here. It appears only on the horizontal reel above and again plays its substituting role for any other symbol except the scatter. The latter is an exquisite golden pocket watch, which probably was the latest hip back in the 19th century.
Landing 4 scatters anywhere on the reels will lead to 4 options to choose from:
15 free spins with a starting multiplier of 1x
10 free spins with a starting multiplier of 5x
5 free spins with a starting multiplier of 10x
Mystery choice – where the game will choose for you any of the options above
In the meantime, any extra scatter appearing on the reels will add +4 more free spins to your initial amount. During the free spins, the golden watch may land on any of the regular reels, and 3 in sight will bring +5 more free spins. There is also an unlimited win multiplier starting from the default selected value and increasing by x1 for every winning reaction.
If you don’t feel like depending on your luck only, you can purchase the above for 100x your default bet, which will be the Bonus Buy option. It will guarantee at least 4 scatters and will trigger free spins, but it is not available for UK players.
Before the start of any regular spin, you can activate the Ante bet, which will cost you an extra 25% on top of your default bet, and it will bring you more of the “treasure unlocking” free spin scatters. Giving you things and taking you another, you won’t be able to get the Bonus Buy Feature if the Ante Bet is active.
As this festive megaways slot is not yet released, some details of this review might not be quite accurate or complete. Once launched, we will definitely update the possible discrepancies with the new information coming in.