The slot uses fixed 25-paylines where we can place bets from $0.50 up to $100 and in return we can expect 1000 coins from the best paying 5 of a kind win but fortunately it can be increased many ways and the game really needs this possibility because obviously this is not the best paying ability what we ever witnessed. Generally can be said about the game segment that not the normal game mode is the one where we can expect some nice surprises as it has just very limited qualities.
Besides the mentioned not too high top prize the Werewolf also takes the responsibility to substitute other icons in winning combination but unfortunately it doesn’t multiply wins and the Moon scatter symbol is also limited to reward us as it pays only 50 times of total bet if 5 of them appear anywhere on the reels but this symbol is still one of the most important icon here as it triggers the free spins session which is a really good side game and most of the times it deserves to play with.
After collecting 3, 4 or 5 such symbols during normal game we’re awarded 7, 14 or 28 free spins where the Wild has a really great plus function and it is no win multiplying capability but it can transform all person illustration characters what arrived one of the spots next to Werewolf. The best is the originally character which turned into Werewolf immediately gets the same transforming quality and if another character is connected with it on the table it changes that icon also a Wild. So there’s a massive chance in lucky situation to get 6 or even 8 transformed Wild on the table and such symbol arrangement can really do some tricks. I really like this feature because this transforming process very often occurs and that’s why an average run here are more than promising. I had several times when I could witness some lucky allocation and the Wild did its job and at the end of the spin my profit could exceed the magical x100 of total bet plateau. This feature also can be re-triggered which I think is a very important fact here because it surprisingly often happens giving us more chance to increase our collected won prizes.
The game has got another two little features from which the Claw Swipe is not too usable as randomly the Werewolf can turn any symbol(s) on the reels into Wild but most of the times it doesn’t bring any new wins to the table and it’s also a rarely triggered extra but the other one called Mystery Coin feature is not bad and all we have to do to collect a special Gold Coin symbol on the first reel and a Werewolf figure anywhere on the reels and the feature randomly presents a x2-x40 of total bet prize. I almost forget the well-known suit/colours type Gambling feature which is available to be used after every winning and though I like this kind of extra but I don’t use it here very often because I’m not too satisfied with its settings or I have had just bad luck on it several times.
This slot was able to surprise me and this time this was a welcomed thing as I didn’t think the game could have done that. Maybe I was a little bit prejudiced but the game proved me that it has the power to entertain me and make enjoyable my play sessions. The very solid appearance is just one thing I like here but the real great thing is the feature the game offers and I can thank that extra some nice winnings achieved there. Even though I see some errors in this products (mainly in the paying abilities of the winning combinations and the powerless Wild during base game) and it can’t be said it would be a highly recommended slot but in my opinion this is still a very solid product and probably it’s not much more than an average game but for some reasons I still like it a lot and love to spend my time with.