First up, it has a rather unusual design whereby the action takes place on a 7×7 grid.

The book of spells, a typical symbol given the magical theme of the game, is the standard Wild.

The slot boasts the cascading feature which means that after any win, all the symbols disappear and are replaced by new ones. As long as new wins are formed, the cascading feature just keeps on…cascading.

Key to the whole thing is the cauldron to the left of the reels. Each time you secure a win, any cluster of symbols is added to the cauldron. The more the better because you’re going to need 25 of them to activate the Progressive Feature in one spin, including any new wins secured via the cascading feature.

If you achieve that, you’ll get what’s called a modifier, which as the name suggest, modifies something on the reels to help you.

That could be anything from a block of colossal 3×3 or 4×4 symbols being added to the grid (Enlarging Ale Feature) to the Invisibrew Feature, where all low value symbols are removed and lead to a new tumble.

You can get up to five features in turn, if you were lucky enough to manage 125 symbols.

And if you trigger a fifth one, one of two even better features comes into play: the Potion of Darkness or the Unicorn Dust Feature. That’s when the magic really comes into play.

Random features come in the form of the Elixir Feature (4-8 Wilds are added to the grid) or the Moon Seed Feature, where two extra Wilds are guaranteed should you get a combo made up of blue-edged symbols.