Houdini's Encore

 Respins, Wild symbols and Free Spins can all be pulled out of the hat in Houdini's Encore!

    Houdini's Encore Game Overview

    Betting in this game is fixed at 20 paylines.

    Second Chance Respin

    If Bonus Symbols land on reels 1 and 3, but not 5, Houdini can respin the 5th reel, and this gives you extra chances to activate the bonus.

    Daring Doves

    Houdini can summon birds from his hat, and these have the potential to turn into Wilds on the reels.

    Symbol Switch

    On a losing spin, Houdini will unveil a symbol that is magical but non-royal.

    Starting from the lowest paying symbol, each of these symbols on the reels transforms into the magical symbol. 

    When you complete a win, this process finishes.

    Magical Clones

    Houdini can duplicate himself on a winning spin, and every time he does this the multiplier improves, and this is applied to the current win.

    The Duplicating Symbol

    In this feature, you are awarded seven Free Spins in total.

    A special symbol is revealed when this bonus begins.

    At the end of each spin, and once all wins are paid, if there are two or more special symbols on the reels, these symbols will duplicate to cover the entire reels.

    In addition to that, you receive a respin.

    The Symbol Surprise

    You are granted seven Free Spins.

    Symbol Surprise Mystery Symbols that show up on the reels rise up, and they will display the same symbol.

    The Swan Simian

    Five Free Spins are given to you.

    Any Swan Simian Wilds that land on the reels will expand.

    The whole of the reel becomes Wild after this, with these symbols sticking for the rest of your spins.

    The Floating Monkey

    Floating Monkey Wilds that are shown on screen following a completed spin will earn you another respin, during which the Floating Monkey Wilds will move up one row on the reels. 

    Respins are awarded until no Floating Monkey Wilds remain in view.

    Return to Player

    Return to Player (RTP): 96.46%

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £96.46 of wins.