In Well of Wonders, the slot’s symbols – which are bright gems and coloured stones – hang in mid-air, in a beautiful woodland setting. Behind the symbols, players can see some rustic cobbled stones propped up with one stone glowing; these stones keep track of the slot’s multiplier for the player. It’s a great looking slot with quaint visuals.
All players have to do to win is land three or more of the same symbol in view. Symbols pay like Scatters, paying out no matter where they are on the reels, with higher payouts for bigger groups of symbols. There are two types of symbols in the slot: gems and plainer stones. The red gem is the highest paying symbol in the slot, paying out up to 50x the bet for seven symbols, while the yellow and green gems pay up to 30x and 25x the bet for seven.
Well of Wonders has a few interesting features, and most of them are in play throughout the game. Firstly, like in cascading reels slots, winning symbols disappear from the reels and get replaced by new symbols. As consecutive wins land from a single spin, players will see the stones glowing behind the reels change as further multipliers activate. Multipliers double with each consecutive win, all the way up to 32x. There’s also a Fairy Feature which can randomly trigger on any spin, destroying any single symbols from the reels and adding a multiplier too.
Well of Wonders has been optimised for mobile play, so players who like to play while on the go should consider this slot a great choice. It looks fantastic on any display including both tablets and smartphones.
Return to player
Well of Wonders offers an average return to player of 96.1%, which is around average compared to most online slots. Obviously, most players will hope to be the lucky ones who win more than this, but this is a decent RTP and worth playing for. It’s also a medium-high volatility slot, which means don’t come out too frequently but they tend to be on the bigger side.