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Software:
Game type:
RTP:
92.10%
Jackpot:
2500
Features
Paylines:
50
Reels:
5
Min coins per line:
1
Max coins per line:
1
Min coins size:
0.01
Max coins size:
5
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Pennie. Reviewed on 04.07.18
I can’t help but every time when I opened up Piggies and the Wolf slot to play I have an illusion that I’m playing with a BetSoft product. It very reminds me that puppet-like symbol using scheme and somehow the entire design of the interface makes me even more fool. Anyway, the slot has great graphics and has even more captivating little animations and though I can’t name an unequivocal theme of the game (if I have to guess I’d vote for a cheerful, farm subject) but all of the cute characters fits the atmosphere very well and have the ability to insinuate themselves into the player’s heart. I think this is one of the best attribute of this products and it can be the most important factor is someone spend a lot of time with it.

I think my opinion in the last sentence tells a lot about how I’m thinking of the game segment. In my opinion assigning to this slot 50-paylines was a mistake and as I see it 9 or even 15 lines would have fit to Piggies much more. At first sight the slot has a lot to offer but if we examine them closer and not even mentioned while actually playing the game, well, the situation changes lot, at least in my case. Wolf is one of the key figures at this slot as it pays the most if 5 of them form a good line (x2500 of line bet) and also acted as a Wild to replace others and appears only on the first, third and last reels. It pops up on the on the screen in stacked formula and when it does that on the fifth reel and covers the entire reel, a little feature is activated named Huff ‘n Puff. Wolf comes along with a bike and blows at the screen and the symbols start to shuffle all over the reels before all of them arrives to a new positions creating a brand new arrangements and a bonus chance when the winning combination can be completed. This whole great animation happens very rare times and honestly I can’t see too much sense in it because almost never means a profitable re-designed reel area.

3 special Bonus symbols on the first, third and last reels activate the Blow the House Down bonus which creates a top-notch atmosphere and is one of the humorous side games I’ve ever played. This is a multi-level bonus game where the Wolf has to demolish the little cabin to get to the Piggies. First we have to select a symbol (blue note, nunchaku, bull’s head) and the Wolf starts to disco dance, karate moves or acts like it was a toreador. All of the moves it makes are so cool and funny that player can forget that she/he plays for money here. This little action repeats 2 times before we get to know how much money we won. In money wise standpoint it’s an easily forgettable side game as I never won more than 10 times of my total bet.

Free games can be won in number of 15 by appearing 3 Name Plate symbols on three reels and that extra spins are played with the same conditions as the activating spin had and again all of the animations attached to an extra feature is really priceless while the serious part of the feature (gambling part) is neglected. If a Wolf character arrives to the reels next to one Piggy symbol, the predator starts to chase Piggies off to the reels and every symbol that Wolf touches during this pursuit becomes Wild and we can easily believe with that many Wilds on the table much combination can be completed but it’s not the case and the arrangement of the symbols are always close out this opportunity.

In conclusion, I have a very ambivalent feeling of this game. One part there are a great appearance with nice, cute figures with very good graphics but the real deal is the funny entertainment what the animations and the features can provide (they’re really fantastic and falls to the must-see category) and on the other hand there are a poor paying game segment that has terrible rewarding habits and sometimes seems has unfair game settings. One attribute would make me an everyday player here while the other would force me to never return here. Of course because money is involved in this whole thing the slot can’t be played just because of fun so it really determines the frequently of my visiting time here. I really feel sorry for this slot (I know it sounds stupid) because the visualization and the atmosphere here really would deserve a much, much better working game section.
Shemika Surratt. Reviewed on 26.09.18
Are the kids asleep yet? If yes, then parents can start playing Piggies and the Wolf, one of the latest addition to Playtech stable of games. If the kids are awake, careful, they might want to play this game too, it’s a children’s tale after all! No kids? Great! So let’s go! Being a relatively new game, Piggies and the wolf is beautifully presented, with lovely cartoon icons of the wolf and the 3 pigs, super animations, music and sound effects, and with some humour thrown in as well. Well up to today’s expected standards, so no star down/up.

Looking at the paytable, the game has 50 paylines, but win values for the symbols are rather on the very low side, the trend nowadays and a far cry from the very high win values of older games. The Wolf is the Wild symbol, paying 2500 x line bet for 5-of-a-kind, 3 ‘Piggies and the Wolf’ scatter symbols pay 2 x bet, the Bonus symbol doesn’t pay for itself, while the highest Pig symbol pays only 1000 x line bet. However, the Wild symbol is stacked on reels 1, 3 and 5 and does provide opportunities for big wins. 1 star down.

3 Feature games are up for grabs – Huff N’ Puff Shuffle Feature, Blow The House Down Bonus Game, and the standard Free Games Feature. The Huff N’ Puff Shuffle Feature is activated whenever a fully stacked Wolf appear on reel 5, all symbols then get a puff and a reshuffle, thereby creating new wins. Blow The House Down Bonus Game is triggered by the Bonus symbols appearing on reels 1+3+5, whereby the Wolf attempts to blow the 3 Piggies houses down, 1 at a time, awarding cash rewards at every attempt. The Free Games Feature has 15 free spins at x 1 multiplier, can be retriggered infinitely, and has a special Running Wild feature, giving good opportunities for getting 5 Wilds on a payline. Good feature games, so no star down/up.

Can Piggies and the Wolf be as much fun as reading the children’s tale? Yes indeed! Playing the game is fun, entertaining and giggling as well. I love watching the Wolf do the disco-hip, the kung-fu and the bull-fight dance routines. If it doesn’t get you smiling at the very least, there’s something wrong with the funny bones in your body, hehehe. Then there’s also that final blow at the third Piggies house, whereby you pick a gas tank, Wolfie tops up the motorbike tank, then boom, everything blows up, and Wolfie holds up a placard with a *#@&*@* message! Haha. Hilarious! Hmmm, so much for the fun side. The down side isn’t so good. In one of the free spins game, Wolfie appeared on reel 5 with a Piggy beside him on reel 4, thereby triggering the Running Wild feature. Wolfie chased the Piggy leftwards all the way to the end of reel 1, turning all the icons into Wilds, creating a 5 Wilds win. Whoopiee! Naaah! Got excited for nothing. The payout for the 5 Wilds was only $25 at my $0.50 bet! And there wasn’t any x 2 or x 3 win multiplier either. W*F! Come on Playtech, I told you the paytable was very low, and here’s proof! Very disappointing indeed! An otherwise very good game brought down by a lousy paytable. Sorry Piggies, you’re good, but this isn’t my game. 1 star down.
Angelyn. Reviewed on 28.09.18
I was actually waiting for this game to come out on AskGamblers. I have been playing it for a while now and I must say I really like it. It is fun and most important it can give you a huge win. The first time I played this game I had a very good time and managed to make a lot of money.

There are 50 lines in this game and the minimum bet is €0.50. When I found this game I only had around €20 on my account and I decided to play it on smallest bet. Just to see how it is and what I need to get for the feature. From the beginning the game play was very good and I was getting ok line hits. I would get nothing for three or four games but then get a good win. This way the game kept me going and I still had my money left to play. Then on one of the spins I got first and last reel full of wilds, and for getting them on last reel I got the Huff n Puff feature. This feature shuffles all of the symbols around to give you a win. I got two lines completely wild and won over €50 on that spin. This game brought me back up and it was just beginning. There were still two features to be explored and I could not wait to get them.

The game can also be played on turbo mode and the first time I got free spins was on it. I got 10 free spins and if a pig lands near a wolf then wold runs on that line in left direction making everything on his oath wild. I got this feature few times and my biggest win was €60 on €1 bet. Usually it is €20 to €30 on the smallest bet, which is not too bad.

The other feature is the Blow The House Down bonus. To get it I had to get bonus symbols on the 1, 3 and 5 reels. I got this feature many times and most I ever won on it was around €20. There are three stages and I always pick the wrong one on the last pick. The motorbike always explodes and I cant find the right one. I don't even know what happens if you pick the right one, but one day I will get it.

Over all the game is a lot of fun and I really like it. My rating 8 out of 10. Very cool.

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