About Magic Target
Magic Target—games developer Wazdan released it on June 2016—is a part fruity, part weaponry html5 video slot that is characterized by classic slot machine symbolism, jester, and cannonry. Magic Target’s sequel is Magic Target Deluxe (June 2017).
Wazdan’s other “magic” gaming lines: Magic Target series, Magic Fruits series, Magic of the Ring series, Book of Magic series, and Magic Stars series. More Wazdan-owned fruity games: Fruits Go Bananas (July 2018), Juicy Reels (March 2019), Mystery Jack series, Lucky 9 (April 2020), Sizzling Stars (June 2016), Fruit Fiesta (December 2017), Ten Or Twenty (October 2016), Hot 777 series, Sizzling 777 Deluxe (June 2018), Lucky Reels (June 2019), Fruit Mania series, Jumping Fruits (September 2017), and Slot Jam (August 2018).
Magic Target’s rival video slots include Juicy Booty (August 2016) from SUNFOX Games, Zoom (July 2016) from Thunderkick, and Fruitful Siesta (June 2017) from Playson.
Four symbols (jester, king’s crown, bell, and 7) require between two and five winning combinations. Six symbols (cannon ball, halved watermelon, purple grapes, pear, plum, and strawberry) require between three and five winning combinations.
Magic Target Game Characteristics
Magic Target’s partitioned orange-framed 5X3 grid has black reels. Its grid’s thick margins are fitted with ten-color palettes that signify its 20 left-to-right fixed paylines. It has eleven symbols, seven total bets, free spins, win multiplier, a side game, and regular payouts ranging from $0.05 to $25000.00.
Three special symbols: its wild and substitute is a grinning jester; its scatter and free spins-unlocking feature is a gray cannon ball with a lit fuse; and win multiplier is a gray cannon.
Eight regular symbols: bejeweled crown; golden bell; red-and-yellow 7; glossy halved watermelon; leafy purple grapes; pear; plum; and strawberry.
Magic Target’s cash bets range from $0.20 to $100.00, which includes $1.00, $5.00, $10.00, $20.00, and $50.00.
As an example, the $100.00 bet is associated with these Magic Target payouts. Two, three, four, and five: jesters pay $50.00, $400.00, $5000.00, and $25000.00; crowns pay $25.00, $150.00, $1000.00, and $5000.00; bells pay $25.00, $125.00, $500.00, and $2500.00; and 7s pays$25.00, $75.00, $325.00, and $1250.00.
Three, four, and five: cannon balls pay $200.00, $1500.00, and $5000.00; grapes, or watermelons pay $50.00, $200.00, and $1000.00; and pears, or plums, or strawberries pays $25.00, $100.00, and $500.00.
Three, or four, or five cannon balls unlock a batch of ten free spins during which a cannon can occur on the third reel, thus doubling the payout. The only difference between the two card-based side games—players guess the suit color by clicking the neighboring red or black buttons, thereby doubling or nullifying their staked payout accordingly—is their presentation; one side game has a still face down playing card, while the other has a face up card whose suit colors speedily transition from black to red. Magic Target’s X1250 non-progressive jackpot amounts (1250X100) to $125000.00.
Magic Target, whose software is good, has these features: standardized volatility level; big screen mode; Ultra Lite and High Quality modes; big win presentation; full and double screens; compatible with Windows, Android, and iOS operating systems; 13 languages; between $1.00 and $1000 win and loss limits for the mobile version’s 5-1000 autoplay rounds; 10, 20, 30, 50,70, 100, 500, and 1000 autoplay rounds for the desktop version, whose win and loss limits range from $0.01 to $1000000.00.
Ambient background: classic slot machine sounds. Sound effects: chinking and cards shuffling. Its minimally animated 3D graphics include dolly zoom, spinning sunburst, diverging starry background, smoldering fuse, comic explosion effect, and kickback during the artillery shelling.
Luck in Magic Target
A game of chance, Magic Target’s RTP rate is 96.63% and house edge is 3.37%.