Wild o’Clock slot review
Wild o'Clock slot by Red Tiger gives us images of old and mysterious wheels, cogs and instruments that seem to drive some fancy invention or other. All very Da Vinci, like Leander's good Codex slot and quite comparable to Red Tiger's very own and quite brilliant Da Vinci's Mystery Super Lines slot which alas Netent couldn't match with their Turn Your Fortune game. We see shadowy gears turning either side of the gilded reels featuring clocks and hear some upbeat gentle music while the timepiece above moves around, which I'm sure will have some significance later on. So will this clock be calling time on our bankroll or shall we be getting happy hour here?
On The Reels...
There are six reels of 4 rows each here giving 30 lines on Wild o'Clock slot and symbols can appear stacked. Wilds can land anywhere and can display a multiplier of 2 to 8x on a random basis with them also being the top 6-of-a-kind win along with the Sundial at 10x stake. Next is the Sand Timer at 8x, Clock 6x, Watch 3x, Clock Hands 2.5x with 4 card suits paying 1.2 down to 0.6x for a full line. You play a series of 12 spins which are counted on the clock above the reels and every 12th. spin guarantees you a win with a stacked Grandfather Clock Wild. That's about it here.
You need 3 Clock Spins scatter for 12 free games which cannot retrigger. You will see any Wild multipliers which land and count in a win added up in the top right, this accumulated multiplier applies to the rest on the free games and can only increase. On your 12th. and final spin, you will see at least 2 Wild reels and a guaranteed win at whatever your final multiplier is at.
Wild o'Clock slot has a RTP of 95.69% and despite the good looks is slightly dreary to play. The build up to the 12th. spin soon gets repetitive and tedious while rarely paying much. The free spins aren't too hard to trigger but again, although the potential is there, you would do well to win more than 100x bet and by then you may have quit anyway. Not Wild about this clock, wouldn't give it the time of day...Review by Gamingslots