Big Bad Wolf Christmas Slot Free Play
How To Play It
You are allowed to pick a total amount, with 25 coins used, and a betting range of $0.25 to $100.
In exchange, the game activates 25 lines on 5×3 reels, which you can use to create wins of 3+ matching symbols (left to right). If you’ve played the original Big Bad Wolf, then you know exactly what this version has for you, it’s the same game basically.
What other companies have called Cascading Reels or Avalanches, Quickspin calls Swooping Reels, but the underlying principle is the same. Winning combinations trigger this feature, which will make the winning symbols disappear, and new symbols will fill the empty positions. This stops happening only when there are no more winning combinations formed.
A result of this mechanic, is the Pigs Turn Wild feature. For every two Sweeping Reels triggers (meaning two wins), one of the three pigs will be turned into an extra wild. With a total of six consecutive sweeps, you end up with three pig wilds. This mechanic resets after the spin is over.
Regular wilds are also used, and they have the image of the Beehive with the bow on it. It’s a replacement, though only for a regular symbol, and it pays up to 40x the stake for its own wins.
Santa Wolves will get you into the slot’s 10 free spins feature, provided that you have 3+ symbols present.
While in free spins mode, a feature called Blowing Down The House can activate, as you collect any Moon symbols landing on reel 5. Get 3 Moons, to win 2 extra rounds and to blow down the wood house. With 6 Moons, you take down the brick house, and you get 2 spins and a 2x multiplier for the rest of the wins formed.
Don’t go in expecting huge top payouts, Big Bad Wolf Christmas is more of a slot that everyone can enjoy, keeping the volatility on the high side of medium. 1,225x the stake is the highest it appears ready to go, but they also announced a very good RTP, of 97.34%.
Once you look at everything Big Bad Wolf Christmas offers, I think you will agree that it’s still an excellent slot machine, even after all these years. The Christmas theme just gives us a reason to try it again.