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Developer: Red Tiger Gaming

Free Wild Elements slot

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Wild Elements slot review

wild elements slot gameWild Elements slot by Red Tiger Gaming returns us to their quite frequently used large grid format, which can be hit and miss when it comes to excitement, potential and volatility. This we saw with the lamentable Piggy Pirates and the very good Tiki Fruits to take the two extremes of playability. Here though the subject is the 4 Elements of Earth, Fire, Wind and Water as with Netent's Elements - The Awakening and we open the game up to dramatic and powerful music and a turbulent red sky behind the reels. So the message here is that our bankroll can be burnt, blown away, buried or drowned, so can we avid those four disasters here?

On The Reels...
Wild Elements slot gives us a grid of 7 reel of 6 rows each but there's no ways-to-win, just a rather low amount of 30 fixed pay lines. Icons appear staked a minimum of 3-high and the 7-of-a-kind pays range from 600 for the Goddess Wilds which can overlay as stacks 2-rows wide, 300 for the Element symbols of Fire, 240 Earth, 180 Water and 120 Wind with card suits making the lower four symbols at 60 down to 48 coins. You may also see Jackpot symbols if the slot is joined to a progressive and you need 3 for the game.

Mystic Spins
You want to land 3 Mystic Spins scatters as this is where the 5000x stake potential lies that Red Tiger tell us is attainable on this slot. You choose an Element to be your stacked Wild during the spins and get other enhancements too. Firstly, if your Wild lands fully in view any matching Element symbols on the grid also turn Wild and secondly you may see a Sphere of Fortune Orb appear on any free game. This means the Goddess grants you extra spins or a multiplier for the remaining spins. This round blows hot and cold, just like the elements!

Our View...
I quite liked Wild Elements slot as the low win frequency usually means base game wins are worth getting, with Wilds coming in quite often. The Mystic Spins don't trigger very often but you will almost certainly have an exciting bonus with a reasonable total accrued during it and a high incidence of those modifiers described above. The RTP is pretty par for Red Tiger at 96.17% and the slot is colourful and vibrant despite not really catching the eye when you open it. It's one of those you leave on autoplay and hope for the bonus trigger, but could also land a good win beforehand to maintain your balance. I won't say I was wild about the game, but there are elements of a good design here...