The design in Rainforest Magic is nicely done. Dense jungle foliage forms the backdrop to the action. On the reels you’ll see stone-style heart, diamond, club and spade symbols as well as higher paying wild animals. They include snakes, toucans and parrots. The baby monkey is the most rewarding of the standard symbols. You can look forward to a 500 times stake reward if you land 5 across a payline.
There’s also a wild. This substitutes for all the standard symbols and pays up to 1,000 times your stake per payline. There are 3 extras to take note of in Rainforest Magic.
Mystery Symbols feature - the ? is the mystery symbol. All examples of these that land on the same spin transform into the same matching symbol. This can be a standard symbol or a wild. A payout consideration is made with the matching symbols in play.
Free Spins feature - land 3 or more wild symbols (either directly or via the Mystery Symbols feature) to trigger the main bonus round. Beginning with 6 free spins for 3 wilds, you will get 2 free spins for every wild symbol on the reels – i.e. if you were to get 15 wilds, you’d play with 30 free spins.
Prior to the start of the free spins, you’ll be shown 4 flowers. Choose one. This decides whether 1, 2, 3 or 4 Mystery Reels are in play during the free spins – the Mystery Reels feature. These Mystery Reels are full of Mystery Symbols and all transform into a new matching symbol. The Mystery Reel or Reels shift position during each free spin.
Classy design, simple features and volatile gameplay have become a staple for Play ’N Go and Rainforest Magic delivers more off the same. A screen full of wilds would result in a 25,000 times stake win but there’s a cap of 5,000 times your stake per spin or free spin.
The super volatile gameplay might not be for everyone but if you enjoy high risk, high reward slot games, then Rainforest Magic should certainly appeal. Other Play ‘N Go titles I would recommend include The Sword and The Grail as well as Rise of Dead.