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Aesthetically, Forest Guardian isn’t as high spec as some of other slots from other providers – you are taken to an enchanting world of magical creatures. Symbols include snails, frogs, owls and squirrels as well as candles, potion bottles, mushrooms and the Forest Guardian herself (fairy). She is the most rewarding symbol giving you 400 times your stake for 5 across a payline.
The Tree symbol is the wild and can substitute for all other symbols – it appears randomly as a stacked symbol on all reels too which helps. When the wild appears stacked, a fairy symbol can randomly appear and trigger the Free Games feature. This will give you 5 free spins with all wild symbols remaining sticky for the duration of the feature.
This can result in 5 free spins with a few sticky wild reels! All in all, this medium variance game offers you maximum payouts of up to 500 times your stake on each spin. If fairies are your thing, Quickspin’s Fairy Gate and Novomatic’s Fairy Queen are better alternatives with a similar theme.