Join an adventurer on his quest for treasure in Savanna Moon, a 5 reel, 10 payline slot from Bally Wulff. Set in the grasslands of Africa, this adventure comes with double wild wins as well as a free spins feature where all payouts are trebled. Play from between 10p and £20 per spin.
The grasslands of Africa form the backdrop to the reels Savanna Moon’s base game – the dark reels are filled with A to 9 playing cards which pay up to 12.5 times your total stake. Next come yellow and pink flowers that award 1.5, 7.5 or 25 times your stake. The silhouetted tree pays up to 40 times your stake with the elephant and lion symbols awarding up to 75 times your bet.
The potentially most rewarding symbol is the adventurer who is the game’s wild – land 2, 3, 4 or 5 of these on a payline and you’ll win 1, 25, 250 or 1,000 times your bet. Whenever the wild forms part of a winning combination, the payout is doubled.
Savanna Moon also comes with a Free Games feature – to trigger it, you’ll need to land the full moon symbol. 3, 4 or 5 of them anywhere on the reels on the same spin will get you 5, 20 or 500 times your total bet. You’ll also be awarded 15 free spins. All wins landed during the feature benefit from a 3x multiplier and are trebled. It’s possible to retrigger another round of 15 free spins (giving you 30 in total) if the scatters land nicely.
Savanna Moon offers an enticing combination of quality design and fast paced, volatile gameplay. It may not be the prettiest nature-themed slot you’ll ever see but the imagery is functional and does its job.
The 2x multiplier for every wild base game win can deliver some timely boosts. The game comes into its own during the feature though where the trebling multiplier can quickly get the coins building. We’d put the variance in the medium to high range.
There’s nothing complex on view in Savanna Moon – expect a simple diet of fast paced action. This trip to the wilds of Africa can be memorable enough though, especially if the multipliers work their magic. I do prefer other similarly themed games like Microgaming’s Tarzan.