Wolf Run slots from IGT were inspired by North American nature and history. You can tell by the wolves symbols, feathers, and weird-ass indian totems. The sound effects don’t fit into the theme too well. The dinging of the spinning reels feels out of place, and the big wins are accompanied by something that sounds like music from the eighties TV commercials.
The features it offers are kinda scarce: a stacked wild symbol and a generic free spins round.
The wild symbol (a wolf howling at the moon) in Wolf Run slots is stacked, and can potentially cover the whole reel. The bonus symbols appear on the three middle reels, and activates five free spins (that can be re-triggered). There’s an entirety different set of symbols in the free spins. The “entire difference” lies in different background colors, or mirror-flipped images. Some hard work has been done on these, eh?
“There’s not much going on in the free spins. It’s just.. Well, free spins with your standard stacked wild”
Wolf Run slots are kinda boring. The theme is appealing, but the slots do a sloppy job at immersing you into it. Stacked wild are alright, and can trigger some nice wins, but the free spins bonus lacks anything really interesting. Try it out, if you have nothing better to do.
Click here to play Wolf Run slots, which prove that a good theme is not everything.