Play'n GO has announced another addition to its top-performing 100 series. Like in the previous installment, the company's three beautiful and charming witches, Cherry, Berry, and Apple, join forces to deliver a delicious treat to players.
Players must eliminate the Heart, Sugar Cube, Bean, or Donut icons from the grid to win a payout. This slot combines the excitement of sweet wins and witch themes, thanks to the Witch Powers feature.
Interestingly, you can activate the unique Witch Powers feature if you fail to land a win on any spin. If this happens, Cherry, Berry, or Apple will randomly perform their magic on the reels, helping players at the best mobile casino apps secure some sweet wins.
Here is how the witches work:
As that continues, players can fill the Trinity meter with high-value wins to activate the Trinity feature. Play'n GO fans may recognize this function from Moon Princess Trinity (2023). Gamers can receive one free round if they perform the Witch Powers in rapid succession.
Remember that the Trinity feature must be active to start the Free Spins round. Once in the round, the player can choose one of the three witches to determine how many Free Spins and non-winning effects they will get. Every non-winning spin during the Free Spins comes with the Witch Power feature.
Sweet Alchemy 100 is one of the many recent mobile casino games from Play'n GO. In June, the company released Sweet Alchemy 2 to continue the sweet slot saga. Another notable release is Scroll of Seth, taking players back to Ancient Egypt to search for some lovely wins.
George Olekszy, Head of Game Retention at Play'n GO, remarked:
"As Sweet Alchemy is such a beloved Play'n GO slot, it only made sense to commission two sequels – last month's Sweet Alchemy 2, and Sweet Alchemy 100. We think that Sweet Alchemy 100 embodies everything that made the original title so much fun whilst being a premium new entry in the 100 Series, not to mention building on the IP with the addition of three new characters. We know the fans love the Free Rounds and transforming sweet symbols from the first game, so we had to bring them back with a new twist."