Wolfpack Pays Pokie Review
A pack of wolves isn’t something you would like to see on your every day out. These vicious predators have been fascinating people for a long time and have been a widely used theme in the online gambling industry. Wolfpack Pays is the latest pokie game which features the everyday life of a wolf family.
Wolfpack Pays is the latest addition to the pokies collection by NextGen Gaming. The visual effects and animations in this pokie are on a high level making it attractive to the eye. The background music is quiet and at times you won’t notice any sounds unless you start triggering the bonus feature in the game.
How to Play
Wolfpack Pays is one of the few NextGen pokies that has 243 ways to win. They are distributed over 5 reels and 3 rows, which is more or less standard to these types of pokie games.
It seems that NextGen is experimenting with all sorts of pokies lately trying to hit the winning combination. The minimum bet to play this pokie is set at $0.40 while the maximum is set at $80 per spin. Since you can’t manipulate the bet lines all that is left is to adjust the bet and start hitting the spin button hoping for a big win to happen on the reels.
About The Game
Coins Range:0.40 to 10.00
Fee Spins/Multiplier Better:15/Up To 4x
This pokie doesn’t have any scatter symbols so there is no standard way to trigger the bonus round. It works in a way that you get extra wild symbols for each consecutive spin, so the wild is the main symbol here. With each win you get a free spin which can have an extra wild symbol land in it. The free spins continue after each consecutive win up to the fourth when you trigger the Wolfpack feature. The wild symbols are added in a certain order as you start the winning spin.
In the first winning spin you can get a wild symbol on the third reel, in the second winning spin you can get a wild on reels 2, 3 and 4. After the third winning spin the wilds can appear on any reel. This continues in the wolfpack feature where the wilds can land on any of the 5 reels. There is no standard number of free spins in this feature.
You are awarded with 3 paw tokens which are in fact lives that you lose with each loosing spin. So the free spins end when you get 3 non winning spins on the reels. There is no way to earn extra tokens so you should hope for a big number of consecutive wins in order to win anything decent in this feature.
We have no official information what is the maximum payout this pokie can produce. We know that all 243 ways to win pokie games usually have a big payout potential but in this pokie the pay table is very weak. The highest paying symbol is the wild with an 800 coins payout for 5 of them on the reels. The second highest paying symbol is the wolf with only a 400 coins win for 5 of them on the reels.
NextGen gaming has been really busy lately and we are seeing a big number of new releases for their pokies collection. Most of their new pokie games were clones of some previous release but there are a few original designs including Wolfpack Pays. Pokies with 243 ways to win from this provider are rare and we are used to seeing a different game design from NextGen.
We had to try this pokie for real and see what winnings it would produce, but we can’t say that we were impressed by the results. Base play wins are very small and go up to 10 x total bet which really can’t make up for all the dead spins we got. Our balance was constantly on a downfall which is a bit expected for 243 ways to win pokies, but we really expected a big win in the bonus round.
Once we managed to get 4 consecutive winning spins we were hoping to see many wilds on the reels. Still our 3 tokens disappeared very fast and our biggest win in the bonus round was about 40 x bet. Very disappointing results but maybe it was just our bad luck. You can try this pokie for real and we hope you will have bigger winnings than us.