One game that is sure to catch your eye whenever you come across it in a land based casino is Ainsworth’s Red Wolf. While the trend at the moment is to create a whole host of games based on a similar style, you won’t see many like this as it makes full use of the genuinely huge cabinet that is all the rage at the moment. It also packs in plenty of great bonus features and is a really great way to win big on any casino visit, so check out all of the features of this land based exclusive in the full feature below!
The Pokie Style
It’s not just the layout of the game that will catch your eye. Red Wolf also incorporates some of the most striking visuals currently available and this once again is linked into the sheer size of the cabinet. When the game is not being played, the top screen is taken up by the unmistakable logo, together with the current size of the progressive prize pools, which can be won at any time and gets bigger depending on your bets.
Speaking of bets and options, that is where the main unique part of the game comes into play. For starters, this is no ordinary reel layout, even if the game is played over five of them. The first two reels are fairly standard, with three rows of icons in view, but the changes begin on the third reel and continue over four and five, with an extension to four rows. In terms of the bets themselves, they are typically flexible. The game uses a hundred win lines as standard and coin bets start at 1c, while rising all the way to $20 depending on your state’s maximum bet rules. Red Wolf doesn’t have to break the bank either, as you have the option to play two lines for one credit, bringing the minimum bet for all of the action down to 50c.
Features and Bonuses
The unique reel layout doesn’t end at the base game, as it can also come into play during the features. In addition to triggering free spins, you also have a shot at activating up to three more sets of reels on the top screen of the cabinet. The wild Red Wolf itself will appear on your last set of reels, whichever that may be, and can come along in stacks, with six or more in view awarding an additional bonus prize. The biggest bonus prize of all, the grand bonus, gets bigger the more you stake on the game too, ensuring fair payouts whether you’re a casual player or a high roller.
It’s a game that can require a bit of getting used to, but in fairness that in itself is a tribute to just how unique the game is. Give it a spin for yourself next time you’re in the casino as it offers some of the biggest and best winning opportunities that are currently available in Australia!