Online slots don’t come much simpler than 8th Wonder. Developed by Realistic Games, this slot machine is about as basic and you can get, featuring just 3 reels, upon which sit a crammed 5 paylines. Players aren’t going to get room to alter those lines, nor is a spin on the 8th Wonder slot going to come cheap. In fact, wagers range from a floor of 25p per spin up to a ceiling of £100 a spin. The RTP rate is a respectable 95.34%, but the non-progressive prize is capped at 160x your total bet. We would like to see it higher, given the lack of winning opportunities in this game. As for its theme in relation to its title, there is basically no resemblance, leading us to wonder just what 8th Wonder really is all about.
Players should not expect to find any special features in this slot. There are no wild symbols or scatter icons of which to speak, and even winning symbols barely crop up on the reels often enough for the liking of most online slot players.
There is just one bonus feature, and we hesitate to really call it a bonus feature. There is no other way to describe it, though, so we might as well just get on with it.
If any player can land the same icons across the screen (a tall order to say the least), the win will be doubled courtesy of a 2x multiplier. That could, therefore, see you win as much as 320x your total bet, which is a far fairer cash prize. But let’s face it, who are we kidding? Almost nobody is going to be able to land such a combination in this game.
The only bonus feature in the game is basically a write-off, given how unlikely it is to happen. The wagers are costly, there are only 3 reels, too many symbols, the theme doesn’t relate to the title (it doesn’t even really have one) and the imagery is shoddy. Frankly, there’s not a whole lot to write home about when it comes to 8th Wonder, is there?