Book of Oz: Lock 'n Spin

Book of Oz: Lock 'n Spin

Discover plenty of chances to win big on Book of Oz: Lock 'n Spin.

Land top-paying symbols on the reels to be awarded with another spin, allowing you to rack up big wins on any spin.

Follow the yellow brick road.


Book of Oz: Lock 'n Spin Slot Game Overview

The bet sizes available in Book of Oz: Lock 'n Spin range from 10p to £25.

Betting in this game is fixed at 10 paylines.


Lock ‘N Spin 

Following the conclusion of each base spin, choose to lock as many reels as you want with the chance of completing a win. 

Each locked reel is offered at a cost. The cost shown per reel is the new total bet to lock that reel combined with all currently locked reels.

Up to four reels can be locked, although you will only be paid for wins that involve the unlocked reels.

The only time the Lock ‘N Spin feature is active is during base game after the first spin.

Bet changes will disable the Lock ‘N Spin feature for the current spin.

When you have completed your set of Free Spins, the Lock ‘N Spin feature is inactive.


Free Spins Bonus

Book SymbolsFree Spins
310
412
525

Scatter symbols can be displayed in any visible position.

Expanding Symbols – at the beginning of Free Spins, you are randomly awarded a special symbol.

Second Chance – you select to either keep the current symbol, or reshuffle for a different symbol. The special symbol expands to cover the reel and pays when matching symbols land anywhere on a line. The only time the special symbol will expand is when a win can be completed. Expansion wins pay in addition to regular Free Spin wins. 

The Free Spins Bonus can be re-triggered.


Wilds and Scatters

Book symbol acts as both a Wild and a Scatter, and you can use it to replace all symbols.

The total bet is used to multiply Scatter wins, and they are added to line wins.

All bets during the Free Spins Bonus are played with the same stake that triggered the feature.

Scatters pay in any position.


Return to Player (RTP)

Return To Player: 96.35 – 96.60% 

The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £96.35 - £96.60 of wins.