Head to the frozen north in Wild Huskies, an animal themed slot from Bally Technologies. Among the goodies on offer in this 5 reel, 40 payline title are a pick me bonus feature that offers up to 100 times your total stakes as well as plenty of free spins. Play from between 40p and £400 per spin.
Like many online slots in the Bally portfolio, Wild Huskies started life as a live casino slot. The reels feature just 3 main symbols, a husky, a pair of huskies and a snowflake. Joining them are playing card symbols from ace through to 9 as well as a wild and scatter.
The white husky wild substitutes for all other symbols apart from the scatter. It can also be very lucrative in its own right offering payouts of 2,500 times your line bet if you find 5 in a payline. It appears as a stacked wild, filling entire reels.
There are also Bonus and Free Spins symbols which are the keys to triggering the 2 feature rounds. Look out for the Bonus symbol on reels 2, 3 and 4 as that will trigger the Bonus feature. It’s a classic pick me round where you choose 1 of the 3 bonus symbols and you’ll be awarded a cash prize worth anywhere between 3 and 100 times your total stake.
Find 3 free spins symbols anywhere on the reels and you’ll be awarded 3 free games as well as a cash prize of double your total stake. All wins during the free spins round are subject to a 3x multiplier and trebled. Look out for the scatter symbol during the bonus as it awards extra spins. One extra game is awarded for each scatter. A maximum of 50 free spins are allowed.
The initial offering of 3 free spins seems a little on the tight side but the extra free spin symbols appear on a regular basis to extend the round. Throw in the 3x multiplier and the results can be quite impressive.
There’s nothing too flashy on offer in Wild Huskies though – the sound and visuals are typically Bally. The free spins feature doesn’t at first glance look that impressive but it’s possible to extend the free games significantly and really boost your payouts. I also recommend you try Thunderhorn by Bally which is highly volatile or Siberian Storm by IGT which has a similar theme.