Witch Dr. is a bonus video slot. Were you to play it in the Middle Ages, you would have already burnt to ashes on a fire made by the Inquisition somewhere in Western Europe. Nowadays, however, whatever is, is right, so let’s take a closer look at the details of this mysterious, or rather mystic, slot.
The machine has 5 reels, 20 paylines, and 29 winning combinations. The Witch Dr. is a brainchild of MicroGaming developers, with all ensuing favourable consequences.
Perhaps you will be repelled by the unhappy fact that the bet value is not what it is meant to be in a traditional MicroGaming slot. Thus, your minimal bet equals $0.01, while betting max means to put $0.50 at stake. Although this is not to big a sum, to be perfectly honest, you still can bet 400 coins at most. If you happen to hit score a success, you get 5,000 coins; if you land a bit lower, you’ll still get away with 1,000 coins.
The symbols of the game keep in spirit with the mystical and the inexplicable. Thus, we have the Sorcerer, the mastermind behind all the metamorphoses and, in addition, a wild symbol. The Hen, messing about here and there on the screen, is the scatter (What else could it be?). The Skull, the Mask, the Hut, the Doll, the Kettle, the Potion, and the Bone all contribute, to a varying degree, to your winning. Consult the paytable to find out more.
One peculiarity of Witch Dr. is the credits. They work like this: when you make a deposit, you money is converted into credits, according to the value of the coins you’ve chosen at the start. If, for instance, you put $200 on your account, and then choose $0.25 as a coin value, those $200 turn into 800 credits.