Big Bad Wolf – It is the Quickspin platform powered by Microgaming Company. The theme is the piggies who built their own homes and a wolf who was trying to destroy them to get piggies from out of them – tale ‘Three Little Pigs’. The background is a farm with tractors and fields sewn with something green.
On the foreground, there is a straw house of one of the piglets inside of which there are five reels with three horizontal lines in each, making a slot to be filled with 15 cells.
The pictures of cells are:
- Three different piglets
- A wolf (scatter)
- Card symbols ranging from 10 to A (they provide low-graded earnings)
- Wild symbol (a hive of bees)
- Rag toy, a pink pig.
You can bet from 0.01 to each payline and so the overall bet ranges from 0.25 to 100 coins. When you select a bet per line, you do it indicating a total bet and the payline bet is adjusted automatically to what you have selected.
There are several steps during changing your bet and they differ slightly from the pretty and round numbers we all got used to: 0.25 – 100
If you want to make another amount on a bet, you are prohibited as only these are indicated. In auto-spins, you indicate a number of spins you want to have automatically done.
The animation is such that it shows the cells as boxes made of woods and they are thrown on the floor somewhere from above the ceiling, with bumping on the ground causing little clouds of dust running from below them.
When you have several wild symbols in a row, an indicator in the top is on and it can be maximum 6 of them. When one wild works out, it disappears with the items with which it worked and their empty places are taken by new items. If you are lucky enough, you may receive another wild symbol.
Big Bad Wolf – Free spins are activated by at least three wolves on the screen giving out 10 free spins with the current bet.