Witch's Brew Slots

Time to stir up the cauldron to see what is held within. That’s the theme of this witchy slot from RealTime Gaming that looks great and provides a superb gaming experience too. Load the game and you will find yourself in a dark candlelit dungeon, and who knows what might happen to you there?

Reels and paylines combination

This game offers the chance to win prizes on up to 25 lines per spin. You also have five reels in play.

What can you bet on Witch’s Brew?

The minimum total bet is 25 cents if you play all the lines. As is common with several other RTG games, the biggest bet to place is $6.25 – lower than you might expect.

Does the game have special symbols to watch for?

Yes, the witch is a wild symbol that doubles the value of any prize she helps you win. She appears on the center three reels. There is a wild dragon fang too, appearing on the same reels, but this doesn’t have a multiplier.

The game also has a scatter, which comes in the form of a vial of goblin’s blood.

Can you unlock a bonus feature?

If you manage to get the same wild icon on each of reels two, three and four simultaneously, you get to play the Wild Brew feature. This holds the middle three reels in place while the remaining two re-spin. This can happen up to 10 times.

Meanwhile, you have a chance to find three or more vials of goblin’s blood and if you do, you have some free games to play. Three win you 10 free games, but this is upped to 25 free games for four scatters. If you manage to find five, you get a huge 125 free games to play. All prizes won in the free spins feature will be doubled, so it could be a profitable round to play.

Download and play Witch’s Brew slots today!

The game features all the kinds of symbols you might expect from a witchy-themed slot, including a pestle and mortar, a frog and a black cat. You can win all kinds of prizes and with the chance to unlock one of several bonus features too, there is every reason to try this game for size today. That goblin’s blood could turn out to be lucky for you, don’t you think?