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Magic Book

Magic Book proves that its developer Bally Wuff has outdone itself in designing video slot games with a touch of mysticism in the Arabian Desert. Not only did the release of Magic Book in December 2016 pave the way for a second installment called Magic Book 6 whose release is dated October 2016; but there are other suchlike casino games, including: Ancient Magic, Magic Stone (July 2016), and Mystic Force (September 2016). Furthermore, Bally Wuff has other Book-branded online games like Book of Crazy Chicken duology, Book of Romeo & Julia, Book of the Ages duology, Books & Bulls trilogy, Ramses Book, and Books & Pearls.

Magic Book reminds of relatable rival games such as Book of Ra from Novomatic, Book of Spells (June 2017) from Tom Horn Gaming, and Book of Adventure (October 2018) from Stakelogic. The name Magic Book resulted from featured spellbook. Four of the Magic Book symbols (Persian man, saber, Persian woman, and magic carpet) require two, three, four, or five winning combinations; and six symbols (spellbook, A, K, Q, J, and 10) need three, four, or five winning combinations.

Magic Book Game Characteristics

Magic Book has a 5X3 grid, ten symbols, seven bet sizes, self-adjusting symbols, a gamble side game, and regular payouts that range from $0.10 to $10000.00. Its five fixed pay lines consist of: a V-shaped blue line 4 and horizontal yellow line 2 at the top; a horizontal red line 1 at the middle; and horizontal green line 3 and purple line 5 at the bottom.

The lone special symbol, a spellbook, is a combination of Wild, substitute, and scatter—it unlocks the free games. The Magic Book ordinary symbols have five high-paying and five low-paying symbols. The high-paying symbols: a handsome and lean Persian man with a goatee beard, and dressed in a turquoise turban decorated with three coconut leaves; a red-handled saber on a rhombus frame; a red-and-blue gem-encased spellbook; a dark-haired Persian woman; and a magic carpet on a rhombus frame. The low-paying symbols: a red A; an orange K; a golden yellow Q; a blue 10; and a green J.

The seven coin values: $0.02, $0.04, $0.10, $0.20, $0.40, $1.00, and $2.00. The Magic Book bet sizes: $0.10 (minimum bet), $0.20, $0.50, $1.00, $2.00, $5.00, and $10.00 (maximum bet). The following are the Magic Book payouts for two, three, four, and five winning combinations, based on the $10.00 bet. The Persian male pays $20.00, $200.00, $2000.00, and $10000.00; the Saber pays $10.00, $60.00, $200.00, and $1500.00; the Persian female pays $10.00, $80.00, $800.00, and $4000.00; and the magic carpet pays $10.00, $60.00, $200.00, and $1500.00.

The payouts for three, four, and five winning combinations: either A, or K pays $10.00, $80.00, and $$300.00; the spellbook pays $20.00, $200.00, and $2000.00; and either Q, or J, or 10 pays $10.00, $50.00, and $200.00. Any more than three spellbooks offer the ten free games. The gamble side game has two options: card gamble and ladder gamble; otherwise, the players can collect their regular winnings. Magic Book has a non-progressive jackpot.

The good Magic Book software has various settings like fast game play, and ambient, speaker, and effect volume; and 5, 10, 15, 30, 40, 50, 75 and 100 autospins. Although the buttons are spacious, the wording along the bottom of the user interface is tiny. Moreover, it is not available to mobile users. The sounds effects include jingling coins. The attractive animated 3D graphics include the typical Arabian desert village in the background, zooming book, flapping carpet, and swinging saber.

Luck in Magic Book

The RTP rate of Magic Book, a game of chance, is 96.18% and the house edge is 3.82%.

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