Miss Midas Slot Review

Miss Midas is powered by NextGen Gaming and has 5 reels and 25 paylines. Playable from 25p to £50 a spin, it has been produced so it’s available to play on mobile and tablet devices as well as desktop. The game has an opulent feel to it with glimmering animations, superb animations and a female lead character that dispels the tubby/balding King Midas character.

Miss Midas herself has famous magical powers where everything she touches turns to gold. It uses the SuperBet feature which can be found in other NextGen Gaming titles such as Judge Dredd. This is an extra wager which is adjustable and located to the right of the reels.

No SuperBet has a theoretical return to play of 95.3% whilst SuperBet level 1 has an RTP of 95.58% and SuperBet level 2 has an RTP of 95.61%. Playing at level 1 increases the minimum bet to 35p a spin and level 2 to 50p a spin for example.

However, and more importantly, the SuperBet feature plays an important part in the Miss Midas Touch feature. This is where Miss Midas herself can turn adjacent symbols to Gold. If the SuperBet is off, only Peacock and Throne symbols turn to gold. If you play at level 1, Peacock, Throne and Fruit symbols turn to gold whilst at level 2, Peacock, Throne, Fruit and Rose symbols turn to gold! So in short, the higher you stake (using SuperBet), the more you can win.

The other main attraction is the Free Games feature which can be played when you get 3 or more scattered Castle symbols anywhere on the reels. 3 will grant you 15 free spins, 4 will give you 20 free spins and 5 will generate 25 free spins. During the feature, any symbol that has turned to Gold will also turn adjacent SuperBet enhanced symbols to Gold. You can retrigger the feature too which helps.

Miss Midas is an entertaining slot game which does have a nostalgic feel to it – it feels very grand due to the soundtrack which I quite like. It’s a medium variance game with maximum wins of up to 169 times your stake in the base and up to 250 times your stake in the free spins feature.

I found wins to come fairly frequently though but the free spins feature is very hit and miss and most of the time I won 20 to 30 times my stake. Miss Midas is a decent game but I prefer a little more volatility with slots such as 300 Shields and Psycho (both by NextGen Gaming) much more appealing.