Witchy Wins Slots

Over the years, witches have developed a more positive reputation than they had back in Salem’s history. Celebrate their magical powers by playing Witchy Wins. We can’t say this is our favorite as Bubble Bubble 3 has proven far more rewarding to us, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t see how the witches in Witchy Wins treat you.

A Dozen Symbols Fill the Reels

Witchy Wilds has a dozen symbols. Some offer payouts with two (sometimes three) or more symbols in a winning combination, while others simply help trigger bonus features or wins.

  • 9 and 10 – 3, 20, or 50 coins
  • Jack and Queen – 5, 25, and 75 coins
  • King and Ace – 5, 30, or 100 coins
  • Black-Haired Witch – 3, 10, 50, or 125 coins
  • Blonde Witch – 5, 20, 75, or 250 coins
  • Red-Haired Witch – 10, 50, 100, or 500 coins
  • Potion Scatter – 3x, 10x, or 125x

The Wild Cauldron helps form a winning combination. However, there’s a second Wild Cauldron that is a morphing wild and adds a multiplier of 2x, 3x, or 4x to any payout it helps form. If multiple morphing wilds are in a winning combination, the multipliers combine. For example, a 3x multiplier and a 4x multiplier become a 7x multiplier.

Imagine turning the 250-coin prize into one that’s worth 1,000 with a morphing wild. It happens in Witchy Wins, and that’s why we feel these lower payouts aren’t as low as you might think.

Rewarding Bonus Features Excite Players

What makes this game even more exciting are the bonus features. Morphing Multiplying Wilds are just one. During any base game spin, Random Wild Reels occur and cover up to four reels with wilds.

Get three or more Potion Scatters on the reels and win 8, 15, or 50 free spins. During each free spin, one reel turns wild. These wilds make it easier to build larger winning combinations, which means bigger payouts.

All 243 ways to win are fixed as betting options in Witchy Wins slots. If you want the max bet, it’s going to cost $20 per spin. You can go as low as 40 cents, however. We always aim for a mid-range wager for our reviews, so we chose $4 and started playing it.

  • 6th spin – 30 cents
  • 7th spin – 30 cents
  • 8th spin – 30 cents
  • 10th spin – Random Morphing Wild for a $4 win

In the end, this wasn’t bad. We wished we’d had more winning combinations, especially beyond 30-cent wins, but all slots come down to luck. We’ve had worse luck, so this was a positive experience. Our advice is to play it for fun or use a no-deposit bonus for Witchy Wins first and see what you think.