The Cheshire Cat s a 5 reel, 4 row, 40 payline slot from WMS Gaming that can be played from 40p to £400 per spin across desktop, mobile and tablet devices (including laptops, PCs, iOS and Android). Based on the character from Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland who is famous for his mischievous grin, there’s plenty of bonus features in this epic magical adventure.
Visually, The Cheshire Cat looks superb – set in a forest and a soothing soundtrack, symbols on the reels include characters such as the Cheshire Cat himself, Alice, the Caterpillar and the March Hare. You also have potions, slices of cake and playing cards (A, K, Q and J) appearing. The Cheshire Cat symbol is the wild and replaces all symbols except the bonus symbol – it’s also the most lucrative symbol giving you 12.5 times stake for 5 on a payline.
Despite the low value of the symbols, The Cheshire Cat benefits from a Super Stacked feature meaning that 1 symbol is randomly chosen to become a super stacked symbol on each spin. This does help.
The Cheshire Cat comes with a Free Spins Bonus feature which is played when 3 or more wheel bonus symbols appear anywhere on the reels – 3 will give you 5 free spins whilst 4 rewards you with 10 free spins and 10 times your total stake. If you’re lucky enough to get 5, you will get 20 free spins with a cash bonus of 50 times your total bet.
Before the feature begins, there’s a Wheel feature which is played prior to the free spins beginning – this will give you wild reel(s) on randomly chosen reels. You can get up to 4 wild reels which can be very lucrative.
The Cheshire Cat also comes with a Bonus Guarantee feature meaning you are guaranteed to win 10 times your stake as a minimum. If you win less, your win will be topped up. It’s a low to medium slot where you’ll get mostly small wins throughout – the key to winning big, up to 500 times your stake per free spin, is get a few wild reels in the Free Spins Bonus feature. I also recommend you take a look at Alice & The Mad Tea Party from WMS which has the same theme.