Wolfpack Pays is powered by NextGen Gaming and has 5 reels and 243 ways to win. Available to play across desktop, mobile and tablet devices from 40p to £80 per spin, it’s based on wolves. Set in a forest, it has an American Indian feel with wolves (obviously) and eagles on the reels.
Wolfpack Pays has a mystical feel to it with a tranquil soundtrack setting the tone. The game uses the unique On A Roll feature – any win in the base game awards a free re-spin. Wolf Wilds are then added at the beginning of each free re-spin.
After 1 win, wilds appear on reel 3 whilst wilds appear on the 3 middle reels after 2 wins. After 3 consecutive wins, wilds can appear on all reels. If you manage to get 4 consecutive winning spins, you will trigger the Wolfpack feature.
This, in effect, is the Free Games feature – here an extra 5 wolf wilds are added. There’s no limit to how many free spins you will receive as the feature ends only when 3 paw tokens disappear from the paw meter above the reels. 1 paw token will disappear with each non-winning free spin basically.
I found Wolfpack Pays to be quite a basic slot game in terms of gameplay – basically, you will get free re-spins for consecutive wins in the base game and 5 wolf wilds in the Free Games feature. As long as you get consecutive wins in either the base game or feature, you can win pretty big.
Wolfpack Pays is a medium game with the free spins feature giving you wins of under 30 times your stake on most occasions. Saying that, I managed to get 4 wolf wilds in 1 free spin which resulted in a 340 times stake win. It’s definitely a decent slot game but if you want higher variance, there’s no better NextGen Gaming title than 300 Shields.