Looking for Wolf Gold, the famous rabbi, Jewish activist, and one of the signatories for the Israeli declaration of independence? Well, you’ve come to the wrong place.
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No, this is not about Wolf Gold who died in 1956, this about wolves and gold, and I have to say I’m a big fan of wolves, me. They’re like proper cool dogs. Dogs are cool, sure, but they’re not wild and they’re not properly vicious. Wolves are, though, and therefore, much cooler.
But is this game cool, I hear you scream. Well, cool’s not the word I’d use, though it is very good with crisp graphics and excellent animations.
Then gameplay wise we’re doing really well too with two bonus rounds, speedy transitions, and a big jackpot on offer of £250k.
With regards to the symbols, they’re all different animals with a wolf (shock), a bison, an eagle, a horse, and a leopard featuring plus the classic A’s, K’s, Q’s, J’s, and Scatter’s. The wolf also works as a Wild.
The best symbol to hit is the wolf and the bison which pay out at 20/1 should you hit five in a row. If you hit three scatters on any of the five reels it will trigger the bonus round.
There are two bonus rounds on Wolf Gold, one is triggered by hitting six or more money symbols giving you three respins (you can see it in full in the video above), and the other is triggered by hitting three scatter symbols and just consists of free spins.
You can’t bet on different lines on Wolf Gold, but you can bet between 25p and £125 per spin. The house edge is a strong 3.99%.
There is an autoplay feature which comes with a number of autostop options.
Excellent, excellent game. You can see why it’s one of the most popular around.
Offering a big walloping jackpot, crisp graphics, two bonus rounds, big potential wins, a solid house edge, and strong betting options, there’s very little letting this game down.
The only thing for me that stands out is the highest paying line is only pays out odds of 20/1, which is poor, but it shouldn’t put you off playing this lovely, lovely game.