Just for the Win are set to excite players at casino sites this week, with the launch of a brand cartoon-style slot, and one which has just a hint (arguably more) of Looney Tunes about. Rockabilly Wolves has a lot more in common with Wile E. Coyote than perhaps its developers might like to admit. This is no bad thing, though. The newly launched slot is positively good fun all-around.
The new JFTW slot is played over a wacky set of reels, has slight musical undertones to its theme, and should be available to play at any major casino which offers Microgaming slots. The same is true of many Just for the Win developed titles.
A Cartoon Classic
There is every reason to believe that the newly launched Rockabilly Wolves slot is set to go straight to the top of the charts in terms of popular slots. The quirky game features classic slot imagery as well as barmy symbols and is played over 5 reels and 20 paylines. Players will prosper from a two-for-one deal on lines, too, with bets costing as little as 10p a spin on this release. Maximum stakes aren’t too damaging, either, set to £50 a turn.
Non-progressive jackpots are a little on the light side on account of the cheap stakes, with top prizes worth no more than 20x a bet in this slot, which has an RTP rate of 96.03%. Wild symbols can appear stacked (like many other icons in the game), and take the shape of three wolves. They can replace all bar the free spin symbol.
Funky Free Spins
Players who land 3 of the free spin icons on the three innermost reels will trigger a total of 9 free games. In this slot, bonus symbols which appear on the third reel during this feature will become sticky wilds. Additional sticky wilds and multiplier sticky wilds can also crop up, giving players further chances to win in this funky feature. Of course, additional spins can also be added to a player’s tally.
Play Rockabilly Wolves at Casinos Today
Any Just for the Win casino sites will be to provide players with the Rockabilly Wolves slot this month. As mentioned, most Microgaming powered casinos (or those running the Quickfire platform) also serve up games from JFTW, so they could work out just as well if you want to play this new slot.