Magic Maid Cafe Slot Free Play
NetEnt, one of the top game developers for the online casino industry, has been designing excellent slot machines for decades now. Hundreds of titles have been made available, and even some of the decade old ones will still look good, a testament to the way this developer approaches the design process.
How To Play It
You’re spending $0.20 to $50, on each spin of Magic Maid Cafe. Your bets which go towards each line will then vary from $0.01 to $2.50.
As for the type of game that this is, it’s a regular 5-reel slot, with 20 active lines. Using Avalanches/Cascading Reels, along with multipliers and free spins, it’s not a new type of game, and if you’ve played Gonzo’s Quest in the past, then you know exactly what you’re getting here.
As I mentioned above, the features of Magic Maid Cafe aren’t special, but even today they have the potential to be quite interesting. Avalanche is the name given by NetEnt to the system where winning symbols cascade off the reels, to be replaced by new ones, so that new combinations get a chance of forming.
The Avalanches will increase the multiplier for the next round’s wins, so even though you start from 1x, eventually you can get up to 5x boosts to wins. Once the Avalanches stop coming, the multiplier resets back to 1x for the next spin.
The only other feature that the game will offer, the Free Falls are going to require 3 scatter symbols on the same payline, to get you 10 rounds. If you get them on two lines, then there are 20 Free Falls triggered instead. A tripled multiplier range will make this feature attractive, with wins boosted by 3x to 15x now (up from 1x-5x in the base game).
In terms of top payouts, Magic Maid Cafe can deliver wins of up to 2,300x the stake, which is not impressive by today’s standards. A game with medium to high volatility, and with a 95.97% RTP, it’s doing fine as far as payout potential goes. These days though, it’s got major competition from similarly risky games, but with 10 or 20x the top payout that this one has.
Magic Maid Cafe is offered by the developer for the Asian market, and it shows in its Anime-style theme and general design. I think you will appreciate the graphics quality, even if the theme is too sweet-looking. It’s good that the mechanics involved are already a proven success, since they’re copied from Gonzo’s Quest. Overall, definitely a game to be looking into, if you like the theme. Otherwise, you can go for Gonzo’s Quest, it’s basically the same game.