Magicious Slot Review
Thunderkick's Magicious is just as the name sounds, a magician-themed slot. The game revolves around a male and female magic act who are putting on a show for the audience. And they use their magic wands to blast symbols that form your winning payouts. While the backstory to this 5-reel, 10-payline game is nice, the question is if Magicious has anything more to offer beyond special effects. Find out as we cover this slot's betting options, symbols, features and return to player.
Magicious allows you to bet between €0.10 and €100.00 per spin, and you must play all 25 paylines. You can also keep the reels spinning for between 5 and 5,000 spins after setting your betting preference. This is an older Thunderkick game, so Magicious doesn't give you the option to change lots of other settings like with their other slots.
The symbols are somewhat boring in this game because they all revolve around different magic boxes. The box themes include moon, sun, purple stars, red stars, planet, pure blue and pure red. This isn't to say that the graphics look bad because they're decent in comparison to most slots. But it would nice to have more variety than just different boxes showing up on the reels.
Magicious Slot Features
One great thing about Magicious is that it allows you to form winning combinations from right to left, and from left to right. If you're used to playing slots, this twist makes for more-exciting play because you can expect wins in different directions.
You can also get an expanding wild with a re-spin in this game too. The expanding wild appears on reels 2, 3 and 4, and fills the entire reel with wild purple sphere symbols. You can keep re-triggering the expanding wild symbol up to 3 times.
Magicious Slot Payout (RTP%)
RTP for Magicious is 96.0%, which is average when compared to other Thunderkick games. Actually, average is a good way to describe this slot as a whole because it doesn't have anything that'll blow you away. We suppose that the big effect of this game is the two magicians shooting beams of magic at symbols from your winning combinations. But other than this, Magicious doesn't really offer you anything out of the ordinary. Being able to win both ways is nice, and the expanding wilds/re-spins happen frequently enough. But overall, we think that Thunderkick has much better games than