To make things easier for the players, the 8th Wonder Game Changer video slot has added two play buttons on both sides of the matrix. They look like blue pointers. Click on any of these two buttons and watch the 3x3 grid spin. You can also click on the bet sign to adjust your bet. You’ll get three different options to choose from. They go from €0.05 to €5.
The smaller sign with two blue pointers is an auto-play sign. Actually, there are also two of these signs on both sides of the matrix. Every player can play up to 100 auto-play games. They can also make this round stop when any win equals or exceeds a certain amount of money. Click on the speaker sign to activate or deactivate the sounds. You can use the triple lines or the question mark to access the payout table.
There’s a relatively high number of regular symbols in the 8th Wonder Game Changer slot. You can find thirteen symbols like that. Keep in mind that six of these have other properties that are active only during the Bonus game.
Whenever you make a combo that includes between three and four Purple, White, Blue, or Red Gemstones on one payline, you’ll get between 4 and 40 times your total bet. All these symbols provide the same prizes. Then we have the Gold Bars and Banknotes. Combos with any of these two symbols will deliver between 16 and 160 times your bet. The image that depicts five Eights made of gemstones can help you win a maximum prize of 640 times your bet.
When it comes to the special boxed symbols with words, you can expect prizes only when you have three matching ones on a line. The Take Prize, Roll Even, Hard Eight, and Double Trouble signs will provide between 6 and 480 times the total bet. The Win Spin and Full House signs, on the other hand, can help you get 128 or 640 times your bet, respectively.
With a few 8th Wonder Game Changer bonus features, this title promises good fun. For example, if all nine icons on the reels in the base game are identical, your win from this spin will be doubled. The same happens when you get a so-called Full House like this during the bonus round.
As you can see, some of the symbols appear as boxed symbols. When all three reels stop spinning, and there are no boxed symbols, you can get a chance to access the bonus round. The matrix will expand and you get one more reel to the left with 5 symbols on each reel. In case the new reel displays only boxed icons, you can still activate the bonus round. After that, you will get a fifth reel to the right. Whenever four or five reels are present on the matrix, wins are paid for consecutive icons anywhere on a payline.
To activate the Game Changer bonus feature, you will need a combination of boxed symbols on the outer positions of the matrix. Only the 3x3 grid spins during this mode, but wins are paid out across all active reels (five reels).
You will have to roll two dice in this bonus game and watch the lit position in the lower-left corner move clockwise. You will get a new position, and if that position is covered with an X and a number, it’s ignored. They are safe positions. Depending on the signs that will appear on the positions, some are good while others are bad. Depending on the type of position and the signs (Full House, Win Spin, Hard Eight, Double Trouble, Roll Even, Take Prize), you can expect different bonuses.
Don’t forget that there are no classic 8th Wonder Game Changer free spins.
This slot’s theoretical payout percentage is high. The 8th Wonder Game Changer RTP is 96.47%. In addition, this is a high volatility title.