Wheel Of Fortune

No doubt you have heard of Wheel of Fortune Slots , arguably one of the most famous TV game shows in history. But did you know there are no fewer than four versions of the game in the world of slots too?

We’ve highlighted them all here, so you can decide which one to play first.

Wheel of Fortune

This is an unusual three-reel slot with 27 ways to pay, and the large wheel is seen on the right side of the screen – much larger than the reel set. The paytable appears underneath the reels, although further information is accessible via the info tab. This reveals there is a main game and a top game to play. Which one will prove most successful for you?

Wheel of Fortune on Tour

We’re heading out on the road with this one. The five-reel slot is presented on a windshield, beyond which you can see what looks to be Las Vegas. There are 30 lines, but you play 50 coins to cover the lines and get the feature. The game includes a Level Up feature which lets you unlock more features as you go along. These include free spins, a bonus trigger feature, and a Spin to Win bonus.

Wheel of Fortune Triple Extreme Spin

These sound more extreme as we go on, don’t they? This version of the game reveals five reels with a 3-4-5-4-3 matrix in play. That delivers a huge 720 ways to win! Wilds appear on the middle three reels, while the wheel scatter icon triggers the Mini Wheel Bonus feature. This guarantees a win of 50x your bet, and possibly more up to a maximum of 3,850x your bet. The game also includes the chance to trigger a Triple Extreme Win bonus feature.

Wheel of Fortune Ultra 5 Reels

The final title involves five reels, as you’d expect, and 30 lines. Again, 50 coins are required per bet to cover the bonus elements too. The Wheel of Fortune icon comes with a tasty 5x multiplier when substituting, and there’s another wild as well. This delivers multipliers of between 2x and 5x the bet. Three or more scatters unlock the Scatter Wheels feature, while there are bonus reels and the Ultra Wheel feature to find too.

We think these games get better as you go along. If you’re going to play them all, start with the first one and work your way down. You won’t be disappointed.