A wolf prowls the reels of the new Wilds of Wall Street slot machine. It's the latest game from Spearhead Studios, a developer that's part of the EveryMatrix group.
Following a preview at the recent ICE London 2020 event, Wilds of Wall Street is ready for launch at online and mobile casino sites on 25th February 2020.
Meet The Wolf
A 5x5 grid of symbols sits on the floor of a stock exchange, with banks of computers being watched keenly by cartoon pigs on their mobiles. Symbols include a private jet, yacht, sports car and designer watch, which the piggies hope to buy from their successful trades.
But a big, bad wolf is on the scene, accompanied by bunny girls. Players earn free respins of the reels on every winning spin, with extra symbol positions and rows unlocked. If they manage six wins in six spins, a special free spins feature begins.
The wolf is unleased on the reels, filling up an 'Insider Tips' meter with each appearance. In each free game, it could be a Bull or a Bear market, with wins paid out from either the left or right side of the game, depending on how the market is going.
Players have the option to bet on whether it will rise or fall on the next spin, doubling their prize with correct picks. The bonus games carry on and on until the closing bell rings 3 times. An optional side bet can increase the number of free games by insuring against the bell.
Wilds of Wall Street is a medium volatility game with average paybacks of 96.5%. It's available to play on PCs and mobile fro stakes between 0.20 and 100.00 per spin. The wolf might be a crook, but the Wilds of Wall Street slot is fully licensed and certified for fair gaming.
“Wilds of Wall Street is an excellent addition to our portfolio. We have a robust roadmap for 2020, which consists in launching 18 new games. We are also on the forefront when it comes to certifying our games in regulated markets.''Mathias Larsson, Managing Director at Spearhead
Source - Press Release - Spearhead Studios showcases newly launched Wilds of Wall Street slot www.spearheadstudios.com/news 18th February 2020