Simsalabim – the Magic Word for Some Real Prizes
Ready to conjure up some real prizes? Then say the magic word and take your first-row seat at NetEnt’s show that’s got it all – a hypnotist, an escape artist’s chained chest, all complete with caged birds and rabbits in hats. No hocus-pocus, play for free in our demo version!
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Let’s Lift the Curtain for All the Rules and Features
With an incantation such as Simsalabim for a title, you can’t really expect anything much different from the accoutrement of a magician here. The winning symbols include a hypnotist, which is also the Wild, presumably his tophat, and hand holding cards (or not – you never know with magicians), a Houdini-inspired chest in chains, and a white dove. Even the low-paying symbols which are the classic A, K, Q, and J seem especially befitting this theme.The bonus symbol – a white rabbit with his own tophat and bowtie – unlocks the bonus game and there’s also a Magic Cube Scatter which hides the secret to the free spins where wins are multiplied by 3.
|Lines Pay||Left to Right|
|Bet per Spin||£0.25 - £125|
|Return to Player||97.50%|
|Wild||Yes: Hypnotist replaces all but Scatter|
|Multiplier||Yes: Wins in Free Spins pay x3|
|Free Spins||Yes: Activated by 3+ Scatters|
|Bonus Round||Yes: Activated by 3+ Bonus Symbols|
|Maximum Win||Yes: x225.000|
All the Symbols and Payouts
|Symbol||2 Symbols||3 Symbols||4 Symbols||5 Symbols|
|Hand of Cards||10||50||200|
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Wave a Wand and Win. Literally!
Admittedly, you might be a bit baffled by the high payout rate and the not so generous winnings. In 100 spins, you may not be lucky to line up three Scatters and get the free spins but you will surely get the bonus game at least twice. In it, you get your own magic wand which you have to point at one of the dozen top hats you will see on your screen. A bunny will jump out of it (surprise, surprise) and reveal how much you’re winning. Depending on your bet, this could be anywhere between 10 and 5,000 coins. The game is over once you hit an empty hat, which 9/10 happens within the first four waves of the wand. The graphics in Simsalabim are not the best we’ve seen from NetEnt, probably because the game came out quite some time ago – in 2012, and the music has the quality of a radio jingle but it’s definitely an uplifting experience, so give it a try when you have some time to while away. Did you get lucky pulling rabbits out of hats? Share your experience with the slot in our comment section!