The Big Bad Wolf pops up in quite a few fairy tales, but we’re firmly in Three Little Pigs territory on this QuickSpin slot. The graphics could be illustrations from a children’s book, with cartoon pigs popping up in a house made from straw. These pigs aren’t as innocent as you might think, however, as they can turn wild in one of the unique bonus features - who says the pigs can’t give the Big Bad Wolf a run for his money? The Wolf might still come up trumps, able to blow down all of the pigs’ houses, but you might be able to shake up proceedings. Why not pig out on your winnings afterwards?
How to play
On this play board, you’re in the house built from straw, and there are 5 reels here. The Pig symbols are the most valuable on the board, and you could win £12 from a £1 spin on the base game. There is the Wild symbol too - it substitutes for all regular symbols and also pays out, so you could come away with £40 from your £1 bet. At this point, you could probably buy the house from the pig, and watch over the 25 pay lines from the comfort of your new sofa! However, the excitement doesn’t end there. Every second win will turn a Pig symbol into a Wild symbol, giving you some extra chances to win!
Pay table symbols (based on a £1 stake)
Wild This symbol substitutes any other symbols in a payline apart from Wolf Scatter and Moon symbols
Wolf Scatter 3 or more triggers Free Spins
Moon Symbol 3 or more triggers Blowing Down The House
Where do we start with the bonus features? Of course, Free Spins are one you’re sure to be familiar with, and you know the drill. 3 or more Scatter symbols and you’ll get 10 Free Spins - the symbols will pay 3x your bet too! Find 3 or more while you’re playing the Free Spins and you’ll get another 10 to use so you can fill your boots!
There’s also the Blowing Down The House feature, where the Big Bad Wolf really gets to exert his power. Just collect the Moon symbols on the final reel and he’ll blow down the houses and award you some additional spins too! You might even get a multiplier too. Who said the Big Bad Wolf didn’t have his positive qualities too?