Celebrate iSoftBet’s Forest Mania release at NetBet Casino

NetBet Casino are celebrating the release of iSoftBet’s new slot, Forest Mania, by giving away 35 cash prizes totaling £4,000.

Forest Mania has just launched at NetBet Casino are celebrating with a promotion that runs until the 1st of March (2017). You need to play the game and collect points every time you activate the Magic Power features. The more points you earn, the higher up the leaderboard you will place.

The top 30 players will win a share of £4,000 – you will get 1 point for getting the Wild Blue Parrot, 2 points for the Wild Crazy Cat and 3 points for Mr Krokko (the green critter). If you place in the top 30, you will win the following cash prizes:

  • 1st to 10th: £150
  • 11th to 20th: £80
  • 21st to 30th: £70
  • 5 randomly chosen players will each win £200

Forest Mania is the latest game from iSoftBet – set in a magical leafy paradise, it has 2 reel sets with 10 reels and 100 paylines overall. On the left-hand reel set, randomly chosen symbols become wild with all of those symbols across both reel sets also becoming wild.

Up to 3 reels on the left-hand reel set can also become fully wild which will transfer over the right-hand reel set. The main attraction is the Free Spins feature where you are rewarded with up to 10 free spins – it works exactly the base game with random wilds and wild reels but there are a lot more frequent. For full details, and to try for free, check out the Forest Mania slot review.

Not played at NetBet Casino? They have slots from iSoftBet, Net Entertainment, Ainsworth, IGT, Quickspin, Playson, Novomatic, Microgaming, NextGen Gaming, WMS, Barcrest, Aristocrat and Lightning Box Games amongst others, recent arrivals include Wild Wild West: The Great Train Heist by NetEnt, Gypsy Moon by IGT and Hot Sync by Quickspin.

Online-Slot.co.uk readers are welcomed with an exclusive 30 no deposit free spins on a large selection of NetEnt titles – then there’s a 100% first deposit bonus up to £200.

Play now at NetBet Casino