About Wild Wolf
The music is good, with atmospheric Native American pan pipe and drum music setting the scene and a howling wolf, making his presence known somewhere in the distance every time you spin the reels. There’s obviously been a lot of thought put into tweaking this game in just the direction to make everything about it that little bit better.
As you’d expect with a top quality IGT game, the animations are smooth and every thing about the game just feels right. Within minutes of loading up Wild Wolf you’ll be totally immersed in its reels. Its got that big casino production that players have come to associate with this brand and you get that magic gamble feeling when you session it up on this slot.
The base game on Wild Wolf uses a fifty pay-line structure, which makes for a pretty big board. The wilds appear in stacks, so when you hit them on several reels, you’re likely to hit a big payout. However, the awards are quite limited in size (the top award is only 1,000x your stake) so you’ll need to hit that big combination in order to get the big pay-out.
Hit three of the bonus symbols on the middle reels to take you into the Wild Wolf bonus round. Here you’ll be taken to a special second set of reels, which are packed with even more of the game’s trademark Howling Wolf stacked wilds and bonus activation scatters. You’ll get five goes on the reels, which can lead to some big-payouts, and you can re-trigger the bonus to get yourself a colossal 255 free spins.
The gamble feature that allowed you to ramp up your wins in the original Wolf Run slot is no longer present in Wild Wolf, which is a little bit of a disappointment, but obviously IGT must have tweaked the reel game action to account for this. We believe that they’ve dropped this feature, which to be fair was a generic 50/50 card draw gamble in favour of an additional ten pay-lines. In some respects this makes Wild Wolf a much truer slot machine that Wolf Run.