Reel Clash Mega Drop

Enjoy free spins, battles and mega jackpots in Reel Clash Mega Drop!

    Reel Clash Mega Drop Game Overview

    The bet sizes available in Reel Clash Mega Drop range from 30p to £30.

    Betting in this game is fixed at 30 paylines.

    Wild Symbols and Scatter Symbols

    Wild symbols substitute for all symbols except Scatter symbols.

    Wild symbols cannot land on the first reel.

    The Sword symbol is a Scatter symbol and can land on reels one, three and five during the main game and in the Free Spins Bonus.


    Free Spins Bonus

    Three Sword symbols landing in a single spin will award 11 free spins - note that only half of the symbol needs to be visible on-screen in order to count.

    Landing three Sword symbols during the Free Spins Bonus will award a further 11 free spins.

    An additional 20 paylines are active during the Free Spins Bonus, with wins possible beginning with the far left or far right reels.

    The Free Spins Bonus is played with the same total bet, awards and winning combinations as the triggering main game spin.

    Free spins end when there are no more free spins left or when the maximum win has been achieved.

    Free Upgrade

    There is a chance of receiving a free upgrade if two Scatter symbols land during the main game.

    Free upgrades are no awarded on spins where upgrades or downgrades occur through the normal method.


    A battle takes place after each main game and free spin.

    Each symbol contributes points during a battle, these vary by level and go towards its side's score.

    The Clash Meter moves a segment up or down when a side wins.

    If both sides scores are the same, the Clash Meter remains in the same position.

    If the Clash Meter reaches the top, you can choose to upgrade a symbol of your choice.

    Five-of-a-Kind wins for the upgraded symbol will pay out the following:

    • One star - base payout x2
    • Two stars - base payout x3
    • Three stars - base payout x4 

    Upgrades are represented by the number of stars on the symbols.

    Each symbol can have a maximum of three stars.

    Once you have chosen which symbol to upgrade, the Clash Meter is reset to the centre.

    Should the Clash Meter reach the bottom, a randomly chosen symbol will lose a star - this only happens if an upgrade has already been awarded and is still active.

    The Clash Meter resets to the centre after it reaches the bottom.

    Each upgrade on a symbol increases its value by one, although this does not apply to Wild or Scatter symbols since they are not upgradeable.

    At the end of each spin, the points are calculated and added to the score meters.

    Mega Drop

    There are three progressive jackpots in Mega Drop - the Minor, Major and Epic jackpots.

    A proportion of your total bet is contributed towards the progressive jackpots on each spin.

    Each Mega Drop Jackpot must drop before its payout value, so it will be awarded to a player by the time it reaches its maximum payout value.  

    Progressive Jackpots

    Progressive jackpots can also be awarded on any wager. 

    When a progressive jackpot is awarded, the jackpot amount is reset to a reseed value of approximately 25% of the value paid out. 

    It is not possible to be awarded more than one jackpot with a single wager. 

    If more than one jackpot is won with the same stake, the jackpot with the higher maximum drop value will be awarded. 

    There exist theoretical scenarios where the jackpot drop amount may slightly exceed its expected drop value. 

    Progressive jackpot balances are displayed in the game and are updated only when awaiting user input. 

    The jackpot balances update at least once per two seconds during this state. 

    Although progressive jackpots can be won on any stake, the higher the stake, the greater the chance. 

    Return to Player

    Return to Player (RTP): short term 93.12-98.36%, long term 96.04% + 2% Jackpot contribution.

    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 long term £96.04 of wins, plus the chance to win the jackpot.