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Based on the book by Gaston Leroux that was turned into a smash hit musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Phantom’s Mirror is a 5 reel, 10 to 20 payline slot from Bally Wulff. This trip to the opera house comes with a bonus feature that awards up to 16 free spins where the 4 higher value symbols transform into wilds. Stakes range from 10 to 20p up to £20 to £40 per spin.
The interior of a historic opera house forms the backdrop to the reels in Phantom’s Mirror – the deep red reels have the look of a theatre curtain. On them you’ll find lower value A to 9 playing cards. They’re joined by a red rose and a black scorpion in a jewellery box. Both of these symbols pay up to 25 times your total stake.
More rewarding is the exterior of the opera house – 5 of these on a payline pays 37.5 times your total stake. The mysterious woman is the most lucrative of the standard symbols – land 2, 3, 4 or 5 of these on 1 of the game’s 20 paylines and you’ll win 0.25, 2.5, 10 or 50 times your total stake.
The masked phantom is the game’s wild – he substitutes for all other symbols apart from the mirror scatter. 2, 3, 4 or 5 wilds in combination will get you 0.5, 5, 37.5 or 125 times your total bet.
Land 3, 4 or 5 of the mirror anywhere on the reels on the same spin to trigger the Free Games feature – as well as a payout of 4, 20 or 100 times your stake, you’ll be awarded 8 free spins. Any rose, scorpion, opera house or woman symbols that land during the bonus feature are transformed into wilds. 3 or more scatters on a free spin will give you an additional 8 free spins taking your total to 16.
Like many slots in the Bally Wulff catalogue, Phantom’s Mirror is a pretty simple affair. The visuals don’t compare with the 3D, high definitions available from some developers but they do the job just fine.
As usual, the gameplay is super simple. The best winning opportunities come via the bonus feature where the extra wilds can have a big impact. We found the bonus feature quite tricky to land and would put the variance in the medium to high range.
You don’t find many slots set in an opera house so it’s good to see a new theme here. This isn’t the most innovative game you’ll see, either in the way it looks or plays. Get lucky with the transforming wilds in the free spins though and Phantom’s Mirror could leave you singing a very happy tune. I recommend you try Bally Wulff’s Mighty Dragon which has sticky wilds in the feature.