Typical of the Megaways slots, the Wolf Legend is a high variance 6-reeler, that comes with 117, 649 ways to win. The slot utilises the cascading reel mechanics. The symbols that form a winning combination are replaced by new ones thus giving you the chance to score unlimited number of wins in one spin. The feature ends when the symbols on the reels do not form a winning combination.
The Megaways slots pay a lot, but they usually feature quite a low max bet, and the Wolf Legend is not an exception. It accepts bets in the range between 0.10 and £10 per spin.
The symbols you will land during your gameplay include A to 10 royals, as well as a cougar, buffalo, eagle, and a wolf with the latter being the best paying among them. The golden landscape is the mystery symbol. When it appears on the reels, it transforms into a randomly picked symbol. The wild is represented by a wolf, and the wolf moon bonus symbol is the scatter.
Wolf Legend Demo play Video
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To trigger the bonus feature, you need to land 3 or more scatters. You can also buy access to the free spins round at the price of 75x your stake. Before the start of the free spins feature, you will be taken to the Golden Streak feature.
Golden Streak Feature
Every scatter you land grants you between 1 and 5 free spins. The Golden Streak feature ends when you lose all lifelines you were given at the beginning. (their number is determined by the number of scatters that trigger the feature)
When the Golden Streak feature is over, the Gamble Feature comes into play. You can walk away with your winnings or take the risk and eventually win more golden spins or additional lifelines.
Finally, you get to the free spins feature where the symbols from every winning combination are replaced by new ones and your multiplier is increased by 1 after every winning combo. Scatters do appear during the free spins round, so a re-trigger is possible.
The Wolf Legend is an OK slot. The base game is engaging but the bonus rounds is where the magic happens. The similarities to the Buffalo Rising are undeniable, though. What’s more, it is getting a bit hard to tell the difference between the latest Blueprint Megaways slots and their mass production might make players lose interest. That being said, the Megaways fever is at its peak and despite the fact that game developers release Bonanza style clones, we will keep playing them.
The Wolf Legend Megaways is expected to launch on April 12. We will update this review once it goes live across all casinos where BTG-licensed Megaways slots are available.