Take a trip to a strange and fantastical forest in Gnome Wood, a 5 reel, 25 payline slot from Rabcat. Available on all devices, it comes with wandering wilds, multipliers and a free spins round. Join the animals from between 25p and £50 per spin.

The design on show in Gnome Wood is impressive – set against a forest backdrop filled with trees, statues and toadstools, the reels include 4 lower value rune-style symbols alongside a lantern, a flower, a book of spells, a cauldron and 2 smiling creatures. Land 5 of the gnome style animal and you’ll pocket an award equal to 10 times your total stake.

There’s also a wild that replaces everything apart from the free spins scatter – the wild can also feature a multiplier which can double payouts when it forms part of a winning payline.

Whenever the wild lands, you’ll trigger the Wandering Wild feature – all wilds move 1 position to the left on the reels and a re-spin is awarded. These re-spins continue until the last wandering wild has dropped off the left-hand side of the reels. It’s possible to land more wandering wilds during this feature which can add even more re-spins to your total.

Gnome Wood also comes with a Free Spins feature which is triggered by landing 3 or more scatters on the same spin – you’ll then receive 10 free spins. It’s possible to land Wandering Wild re-spins during this round. You can also trigger more free spins if you land 3 or more scatters.

The theme here is a cute one. The volatility isn’t especially tame though – it’s in the medium range, offering a balance of payouts. The visuals in Gnome Wood are high-end and easy on the eye. The range of extras isn’t wide but the Wandering Wild re-spins certainly add an extra layer of interest in the base game. The free spins round is pretty solid too, especially if you land a Wandering Wild.

We do sometimes wonder about who plays such cutesy-themed slots. They are consistently popular though and this one is very nicely constructed if you like that sort of thing. It’s not one we’ll be coming to regularly but if you can’t get enough of cute looking creatures then you’ll likely enjoy a trip to Gnome Wood. Alternatively, take a look at Castle Builder II which is Rabcat’s best game to date.