The Big Bad Wolf Slot Review
The Big Bad Wolf is a 5 reel 25 payline slot with swooping reels that’s based on the story of the Three Little Pigs. Fairy Tales are a popular theme for slot developers with Red Riding Hood alongside Hansel & Gretel rocking up on the reels thanks to Net Entertainment. However The Big Wolf is not is a NetEnt game but a Quickspins Production for Virtue Fusion and Playtech.
How To Play The Big Bad Wolf
The Big Bad Wolf is set in the straw house of one of the little pigs. The reels drop in as wooden crates and they feature pig and wolf symbols alongside the usual A, K, Q and J. Real money players can choose to play from 25p to £125 a spin. You can speed up the game by selecting “fastplay” and there’s also an autoplay option. However we expect that this will be removed from UK versions of the games due to UKGC recommendations.
At first the game seems like any normal slot, but when a win line drops in thing start to get interesting. All winning symbols are blown away, the blocks drop into place and new boxes added to the reels. This feature continues whilst you win. Each win during this process results in the little pig symbols becoming wilds – they turn wild on the second, fourth and sixth consecutive win.
The Big Bad Wolf also features wilds and a free spins round. The free spins are activated when three wolf symbols appear on the reels. During the free spin rounds look out for the full moons which will help you blow down the pig’s houses and get you extra spins and multipliers.
The Spin On The Big Bad Wolf
This is an entertaining game and utilises the back story to good effect. The swooping reels feature isn’t unique (other slots call it cascading reels) but it does add a nice addition to play. We’re unable to expand on the wolf free spins feature as after umpteen spins it just never materialised. We huffed and we puffed but it just never fell into place. The theoretical RTP is 97.34%.