Wizard of Oz

Based on the Wizard of Oz, this slot machine is unsightly and noisy. Getting pelted with apples by a talking tree is about as entertaining as being pelted with apples.
Wizard of Oz - WMS - Movies and tv

Wizard of Oz – Based on the Wizard of Oz, this slot machine is unsightly and noisy. Getting pelted with apples by a talking tree is about as entertaining as being pelted with apples.

Wizard of Oz RTP 95.99%

Slot functionSlot description
Slot Provider:WMS
Slot date created:
Features:Configurable winlines
Wizard of Oz themes:Movies and tv, 5-Reels, Fairy tales
Available on:Desktop
Win lines:Unknown

Review of The Wizard of Oz

Theme and plot of the story

When L. Frank Baum began writing his stories of Oz, he intended them to serve as a metaphor for the state of the economy. Despite the fact that the original film version chose a somewhat different approach, it is undoubtedly appropriate that a narrative about the difficulties of political economics should make its way into the shape of a video slot machine.

Wizard of Oz is a licensed slot machine produced by WMS that is based on the film of the same name.

You may expect to see lions and scarecrows and tin men (oh my!) as well as Judy Garland’s face, witches, tornadoes, and dustbowl twisters among other things.

Graphics, sounds, and animations are all included.

Given that the game is licensed out by a major company such as MGM, it seems a bit strange that the visuals are so awful. Pixelated and consisting of relatively dull screencaps of the characters placed on simple backgrounds, the photos are shown here.

When animated elements like as the Flying Monkey Wilds (more information on this below) come into action during the bonus rounds, the game comes to live a bit more. The game, on the other hand, has a fairly shabby appearance on the whole.

Despite the fact that the picture is considered to be a cornerstone of the Golden Age of Musicals, the soundtrack for the slot is every bit as shabby as the images themselves.


The Wizard of Oz is a straightforward five-reel, three-row slot with thirty paylines that has three rows of symbols. As a result, the primary game is rather straightforward.

Although the game’s additional features (more on which can be found in the section below) are what really make it stand out, the Emerald City feature in particular, which adds multiple levels of gameplay to the slot, is where it really shines.

Wilds, bonuses, and free spins are all included in this game.

With the exception of the Feature symbol, the Wild symbols may be used to replace any other symbols.

The Feature symbol appears exclusively on the first, third, and fifth reels of the game. Getting a Winged Monkey Feature symbol on all three reels in a single spin activates an additional mini-game, which involves selecting a random box from which one of three things will be triggered: the Winged Monkey Feature, the Emerald City feature, or a cash win.

The Winged Monkey feature is a free spins game that may be triggered at any time. You will gain 8 free spins at the beginning of the game. A Wild symbol landing on reel three during the free spins will cause a random number of flying monkeys to appear and transform one symbol on each reel into a Wild symbol, triggering more free spins. Wins are then revised as a result of this.

The Emerald City feature is a more complex game in which one gets to choose emeralds which either provide a cash reward or send you to a new location where you play a further picking game to try and find one of the four main characters from the film: Dorothy, the Lion, the Tin Man and the Scarecrow. The amount of money you get as a final prize is determined on how many characters you discover before discovering the Emerald City hidden beneath one of the emeralds.

In addition, there is a Glenda the Good Witch feature that is generated at random in the original game. When this bonus is activated, it transforms one to five reels into expanding Wilds.

Bet sizes, return on investment (RTI), and variance

The Wizard of Oz has a 95.99 percent return on investment (ROI). This is almost exactly in line with our yardstick return on investment (RTI) of 96 percent.

There was a wide variety of bets available on the site we tested, ranging from a minimum of $/£/€0.30 to a maximum of $/£/€150.00 each spin. Although this may exclude the tiniest of rollers, the vast majority of players will be able to find their level within this pricing range.

Our favored methods do not work well with this game because of its medium volatility, which is a little too low for our tastes.


Wizard of Oz is an unattractive slot machine based on a well-known source material. The game’s return to player is below average, the variance is inadequately high, and the gameplay is weak, with the noteworthy exception of the extra features, which breathe new life into a game that otherwise seems eerily similar to the poppy field scene from the movie.

In spite of its many flaws, the game remains popular, with some players claiming that there is no location like Oz in which to play.