Now, “Extra Wild” slot is the game I was playing today, and just as I expected, this slot is also equipped with a couple of special features that compete fairly well with other slots developed by this same provider.
The first feature is that “Extra Wild” slot pays for lines formed in both directions, from left to right and from right to left, but additionally, it also pays for lines of 3 of a kind formed within the area of the 3 central reels, so this slot is designed to be a bit more dynamic than the other slots of this provider.
The other feature is the Extra Wild symbol, which appears only on the central reel, but it could be said that this is not a problem thanks to the previous feature. Additionally, this Extra Wild always has an x2, x3 or x7 multiplier attached, occasionally creating big wins of fairly decent size; for example, throughout my session, I got several big wins between 10x and 30x my total bet, but my last big win reached a figure close to 140x my total bet.
This last lucky spin was my exit signal because to that moment, my bet had already been increased several times, so my payout was big enough to recover losses made during a long streak composed of non-winning spins interrupted occasionally by small hits, and also to make a profit with which I felt satisfied.
I think if I had played with a flat betting system, my balance would have been negative at the end of my session; however, I think I risked a bit more by increasing my bet gradually and the machine responded well to my expectations after all.
If you like video slots provided with only 10 pay lines, surely you will already be accustomed to having patience and to endure the long runs of dead spins and wait for the machine to reward you for it; then, if you already have this quality, I see no reason not to recommend you make a few spins in “Extra Wild” slot.