Online slot machine games don’t really come much simpler than the Extra Wild slot. Here is a casino game which features some very basic and elementary imagery and symbols. The theme of this game is very muddled, but you can ascertain certain qualities about it from the imagery, such as trinkets like pocket watches, golden heart lockets, ruby rings, and bags of gold. Extra Wild – as its name suggests – is more about wild symbols than anything else, though. This 5-reel slot offers up just 10 paylines, and yet costs at least 25p per spin or as much as £500 per spin. Blueprint Gaming are going to struggle to attract players to this game with those wagers, even if it does offer a non-progressive prize worth 2,500x your total bet.
The golden safe icon appears as the Extra Wild slot’s substitute symbol. It can replace any other symbols in the game without exception, leading to so-so wins when it appears.
There aren’t many special features to write home about, as you have probably ascertained, but there is a wild multiplier feature, which is where this slot gets its name. Whenever a wild symbol appears on the reels, it will come with a multiplier attached to it. That wild multiplier will be applied to any wins you pocket with wild symbols.
We wouldn’t really call it a bonus feature, but players do have the ability to win in both directions in this slot machine. This means that players can win from right to left, as well as from left to right. No other special features are present in this game, which is a bit of a downer, to say the least.
All in all, this is one of Blueprint Gaming’s more shoddy efforts. Even the ability to win in both directions and having wild multipliers doesn’t make this game worth the minimum stake that it is charging. If it cost less to play (even on a minimum bet) it would be worth a look, but suffice to say, there are better slots out there from this developer.