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Blood Moon Wilds

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Do you dare go near the forsaken village, ravaged by a blood-thirsty werewolf? With the amount of winnings up for grabs made available by Blood Moon Wilds we’re sure you just might, and it’s all thanks to the creative minds over at Yggdrasil. This brand new online slot has been released just in time for some Halloween frights, as well as a money maker for you to stock up on candy for those pesky kids who come knocking every year. With a free spins feature, wild functionality and random multipliers let’s venture into the darkness to see what rewards this game can bring. They have created other “horror” slots such as Wolf Hunters and Baron Samedi , so how will Blood Moon Wilds compare?

Set in the days of yore, we are introduced to a small community that endures the wrath of a beastly werewolf. You’ll find quite a few characters on the reels, not least the awful wolf. The game was created by Yggdrasil, perhaps the most creative iGaming studio operating today, although we’re sure some would argue that point, so expect only the best graphics and sound effects to go along with your spinning session. They’ve also made Blood Moon Wilds available on mobile devices, including iPhone, Android, Windows and basically any other OS in existence.

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This is a 5 reel, 20 payline slot, which is along the traditional lines. This is by no means a negative, as all the highest paying titles over the years have followed this format. Yggdrasil has set the highest possible payout at 5,000x your bet, and if you take into account the max bet is £100.00 per spin, then we’re looking at a beast of a payout in £500,000.00. It can’t be confirmed if Yggdrasil has set the maximum they’re willing to pay out at lower that that, but if the full whack stands then it’s party time. There’s a return to player ratio of 96.25% in Blood Moon Wilds, but this is the optimum. It only works if you play a sensible strategy, so try and keep a cool head and don’t let your primal instincts rule you.

Feature Symbols

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As with most online slot games, the symbols aren’t anything you haven’t seen before, and by this we mean that they haven’t reinvented the wheel here. There’s higher paying and lower paying icons, with various symbols representing the theme of the game. The symbols aligning with the theme are the higher value ones, and consist of a bunch of characters from the storyline. There’s 2 men, one missing an eye and the other with a unique haircut, and then 2 women. The one with the white streak in her hair is the highest paying of the regular symbols. The lower value icons are standard playing card suits aces, clubs, spades and diamonds.

It isn’t called Blood Moon Wilds for nothing, as you’ll notice that you’ll have the ability to turn the higher value symbols into wilds – wilds being a snarling werewolf. There’s also a symbol titled Free Spins, and we’ll discuss it in the next section.

Bonuses and Jackpots

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So you’ll most likely have guessed what the bonus feature is by the name of the previously mentioned icon – you guessed it, it’s a free spins feature.

To trigger the feature just land 3 or more free spins icons anywhere on the reels on the same spin. Once you’ve done this you’ll be awarded a certain number of spins. One thing that helps out quite a bit is that any wilds that are on the reels on the trigger spin, or land on the reels during the free spins, will remain there for the duration of the spins.
This is where your bigger wins will most likely come from, so you’ll want to be landing those free spins symbols as often as possible.

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Although the wolf in the game is anything but tame, this effort by Yggdrasil is. We’re so used to their games being blockbusters with the most creative themes and unique bonus features, but this feels a bit like something they slapped together just in time for Halloween. It’s still a good game, however we’ve seen better from this trend setting studio.