Following this trend, “Charmorama” is an incredibly nice slot to play; on it, you will find 12 regular symbols represented with simple but attractive icons with shapes of objects of luck such as horseshoes, dice, stars, ladybugs, etc.; there is also a wild symbol that acts as a substitute for the other symbols and which is arguably a fairly active symbol.
This game has a layout of 5 x 3 reels and is provided with 15 paylines, but to make the game more interesting, “Relax Gaming” has established that all symbols except the wild symbol, pay not only for matching in normal lines but also pay when five or more identical symbols appear scattered on any location on the reels; in the information section you will find a paytable for lines and another different paytable for 5+ scatters.
In addition, before starting the game, we can choose any of the symbols to be our own special symbol to be used in order to trigger our round of free spins; each round has a different number of free spins and different multipliers, the higher the symbol you choose, the greater the amount of spins and the respective multipliers; obviously, the lowest symbols are those that appear massively more often, but it all depends on what you want, besides, you can also change your special symbol at any time.
Personally, this game has seemed totally fun and relaxed to me and I've been lucky enough with it as losses during the base game have been quite reasonable from my point of view and the truth is that I also believe that the round of free games is completely accessible and productive. Personally, I usually choose symbols that mean more than 12 free spins rounds to me and so far I cannot complain about my winnings since I have managed to get prizes above 70x my total bet; of course, your playing experience always depends quite on luck you have with them, and I believe my luck in “Charmorama” has been pretty good so far and I think that's one of the reasons why I feel so comfortable playing it.
I just think this is one of those slots you should try at least once, after that you'll decide if incorporate it or not in your favorites list; so far, I think “Charmorama” is doing enough merit to achieve getting into my own list.