One of the biggest movements of the middle ages was alchemy, a pseudoscience whose chief obsession was the transmutation of base metals to gold with the help of the elusive philosopher’s stone. Wildchemy is a gamified version of alchemy but instead of attempting to transmute base metals to gold or seeking the elusive philosophers stone, you will be attempting to convert a number of symbols into cash winnings. As expected, the game’s backdrop is a chemistry lab that resembles those from post-medieval periods. Even the pay symbols are all inspired by chemistry. These include flasks containing green, blue, white, red and yellow potions as well as a mortar grinder, an amulet and a scale common in the hay days of medieval chemistry.
The symbols used in the game are items you’d find in an alchemist’s lab. I already touched on some of them. Others include test tubes, a robot assistant and a bearded scientist, with the latter being the highest paying symbol. If you are able to land three, four or five of these symbols you will get to win 2x, 10x or 50x your stake. Winnings are determined by your ability to land three or more matching symbols whether vertically or horizontally. Successful symbols are substituted for new ones in the aftermath of a winning combination of hits.
The magical portals feature unleashes the wild when similar symbols match in special portals on the same spin. When this happens, the matching symbols on the special portals (and anywhere they occur on the reels) instantly become wilds. These special portals can be found on the top left and bottom right regions on the reels. Then there’s the free spins feature that gets activated when you accumulate four or more scatters in the flask in a single spin. Any additional scatter that shows up within the triggering spin sequence will get you four additional free spins. The game’s scatter is represented by the purple potion flasks. During this round, there’s another leverage: an extra portal found in the top right corner of the reels which enhances your chances of triggering the matching-symbols-into-wilds phenomenon.
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