This is a sort of sequel to Fortunium but what Microgaming have done, is given it the Mega Moolah treatment in terms of having three Progressive Jackpots and making them triggered in the same way as in the Safari-themed Mega Moolah slot, that has made millionaires of players the world over.

It’s a Steampunk-style slot taking place on a 5×5 reel and there are 40 active paylines. Wins in the basegame are secured the regular way, by having adjacent identical symbols.

Bigger wins tend to be secured in the free spins round and you get to that by getting 3, 4 or 5 Scatter symbols. Not only do you get a bigger instant payout for getting those Scatters (three Scatters gets you 2x your bet, four gets you 20x and 5 get you 100x) but the more Scatters, the more mystery Reels during the free spins.

So what are mystery reels? Glad you asked. One of the key elements to this game is that Mystery Symbols turn into randomly chosen symbols, designed to help you win. If you’ve got a Mystery Reel, then we’re talking a whole load of Mystery Symbols on it, which can only be a good thing!

But we’re guessing it’s the Jackpots you really want to know about. To activate one of them- Mini, Minor, Major or Mega- you’re going to need the Win Booster active.

It will cost you 1.5x your bet but you’ll need it active to get to the Jackpot Wheel, which in turn leads to actually winning those Jackpots.  When the Win Booster is active, Mystery Symbols can turn into Wilds and Jackpot Wilds in addition to normal symbols so it’s worth keeping them active some of the time, if not all of it.