Thus, “Alaskan Husky” is a slot of 5 x 4 reels which has been provided with 100 paylines, and with a single credit, you can buy two paylines, so that $0.50 will be enough to buy a spin at the lower bet level available in this slot.
For me it is difficult to resign myself to conceive a slot of 5 x 4 reels without the presence of any stacked wilds feature, and I have to say that “Alaskan Husky” is not one of those slots, actually it has two additional features related to wild symbols, one is “Expanding Wilds” that expands 2, 3 or 4 wilds upwards whenever the feature is randomly activated, and the other is “Random Wilds” that turns at random any ordinary symbol into a wild symbol.
In this game, there is also a round of 10 free spins which can be triggered and re-triggered with the appearance of 3 scatters that can only happen on 3 central reels.
Overall, this slot seems to contain all the ingredients of a good slot, but once you start watching an unstoppable decline in your account as you make each of the spins, then you start to rummage a little and you start to find some weaknesses such as a paytable rather weak, a poor hit average because although the number of letter’s symbols is lower, these are those with the highest rate of occurrence, and to all this you can add a great difficulty in triggering the round of free games, so for example, during a session of over 600 spins, I had only one round of free spins, which finally only represented a win about 17x my total bet.
I can only say that my initial expectations about this game were not very high, but I think, even so, my final feeling about “Alaskan Husky” slot is a deep disappointment.