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Rabcat are basically the biggest game developer you've never heard of. They've been knocking around since the early 2000s and have a wide range of products including online slots, video poker and casino table games. They've also provided game art for such high profile developers as Blizzard, Rockstar Games and Ubisoft – so the portfolio is definitely impressive.

Magic Money is classed as one of their 'mini-games' so you may struggle to find it on the major casino sites, especially compared to some of their bigger titles such as Castle Builder or Forsaken Kingdom. If you can track down Magic Money though it's worth the effort. Now let's face it, there are a lot of magic-themed slots out there. Every developer and their dog seems to have brought one out at some point. It's a popular theme and it suits the playing style of these type of games.

Welcome to the Witching Hour

Is Magic Money the best one out there? Probably not. Is it the worst? Not by a long shot. To start with, the graphics are more advanced than most, and this is a genuinely pretty game. The background is your classic spooky night, with twinkly stars and a full moon hanging over a dark and brooding castle. There's an adorable black cat sat on the top of your playing board and a witch down the side – complete with traditional witch attire of slinky red dress and strappy shoes. Looks like she might get a little chilly on a broomstick but she'll look good doing it.

So, onto the actual game itself. Magic Money has your standard 5 reel board with 15 paylines. Before you get started you'll want to set your options. This is where it might get a bit tricky. If you're lucky you might find an English language version of this. The chances are though you'll get the German version from our lovely Austrian friends at Rabcat.

Don't panic though, for if you've played even a few of these games before then it's not hard to figure out what the buttons do. (To help you out though, Gewinnlinien is paylines, which you can set from 1 to 15, while Einsatz is your bet amount, which goes from 0.05 to 1). There's a max bet button as well as your standard start, collect and gamble. No autoplay option on this one so better get your clicking finger warmed up.

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A Spellbinding Slot

The paytable is a shiny spellbook by the witch's feet. Again it's in German, but it's mainly numbers and symbols anyway so you can get the gist fairly easily. There's an impressive array of different symbols, all in the magical and witchy theme, ranging from owls and spiders to spellbooks. Potion bottles are your highest payout from the witchy symbols, while the golden euro symbol is the jackpot symbol and it can give some impressive payouts.

A portrait of the witch acts as your wild. The symbols are all beautifully detailed and have their own individual animations when they pay out. There's an option to gamble each time you win, which brings up a card game. It's a pretty basic red or black – so that's a 50/50 chance and you can stack up to 5 cards if you're feeling brave, leading to some nice bonus amounts. There's also free spin options, which come with a cute animation of a crow dropping ingredients in a cauldron to give you random numbers.

Other Enchanting Games

You may have gotten this mobile-compatible game confused with the one of the same name from Novomatic – and if you did then you could do worse. While the graphics aren't quite as slick as the Rabcat contribution, they have a fun cartoon quality as well as a great bonus game and some truly impressive jackpot opportunities. If you're looking for more from the Rabcat stable, then check out Forsaken Kingdom. This is a medieval themed slot with truly mind-blowing graphics. It becomes very obvious that Rabcat have worked on games like Oblivion and Warcraft as it feels like you're on a high-end console game.

Magic Money Conclusion

Magic Money by Rabcat is not the most readily available online slot and unless you're lucky enough to hit the jackpot then the payouts aren't huge, so this may put off the high-rollers. That said, this is a truly lovely looking game with beautiful animations and fun gameplay. If you enjoy the magical, witchy theme then it's definitely worth the effort to track it down both for those who play for fun and play for real money.

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