Wheel of Fortune from Ladbrokes Casino is a slot that’s truly difficult to resist, so why not have a go at spinning the big prize wheel yourself? Wheel of Fortune is probably best known as one of the most popular game shows in TV history. This 5-reel slot machine has two exciting bonus rounds, the Wheel Bonus with Jackpots that build as you play and the Double or Nothing wheel just in case you land on the bankrupt slice.
In the top left there is an area with three colour-coded Bonus Jackpots, each showing an award amount. The Bonus Jackpot awards can only be won in the Wheel Bonus. When you get through to the Wheel Bonus game, you will spin the wheel for an opportunity to win one of the accumulated Bonus Jackpot awards. The Bonus Wheel has a colour coded Jackpot slice for each Bonus Jackpot. After you have played the Wheel Bonus, all the Bonus Jackpot Accumulators are reset.
You enter the Wheel Bonus by hitting the Bonus symbol the first three reels on a selected payline. After you spin, four slices (including your last winning slice) are replaced with a Bankrupt slice. It’s your decision now do you take the win, or spin again for a further chance to win. If you click the Take Win button, you are taken back to the main game. By clicking Spin Again, you get a chance to add to your bonus winnings by landing on another Award or Jackpot slice. On the other hand, if you land on a Bankrupt slice, you lose your bonus winnings. Landing on a Bankrupt slice will end your bonus round, but you won’t go away empty-handed; you earn a consolation award that you can optionally parlay on the Double or Nothing Wheel.
Double or Nothing Wheel
If you land on a Bankrupt slice in the Wheel Bonus, you earn a consolation award and are taken to the Double or Nothing Wheel. You can choose to take your consolation award or choose to risk it and spin the Double or Nothing wheel. If you spin the wheel and land on a Double slice, your consolation award is doubled. If you spin the wheel and land on a Bankrupt slice, you lose all of your winnings, and you are taken back to the main game without winning any bonus award. You may continue to play Double or Nothing until you click Take Win, until you lose by landing on Bankrupt, or until you reach the maximum number of Double or Nothing spins, which is 5.
There is also a Wild symbol which can substitute for other symbols to help create a line win (or can be a win on its own if 5 of them are next to each other on an active win line). If more than one win can be awarded on the same line (for example 3 wilds in a row or those wilds counting as a different symbol to make 4 symbols in a row) then only the highest paying win will be counted. Using a wild symbol to complete a line does not incur any extra multiplier other than the win for the symbol(s) it is used to substitute. The wild symbol does not substitute for any of the bonus symbols.
This is another great game to be played at Ladbrokes Casino and as always it has a free play option so why not have a spin and see for yourself!