Sheep Gone Wild maintains a relatively narrow betting range, which is generally a good indication for winning potential in Red Tiger-designed slots. Here, you can wager as little as 0.10 or as much as 6, and all device types are supported. A highly volatile mathematical model predicts a theoretical return of 95.72 percent for participants.
On a 5-reel, 4-row gaming matrix, there are 25 paylines for users to secure winning combinations. When a win line of five matching symbols appears on all five reels, the payout ranges from 0.8 to 1.5 times the wager for the 10-A card symbols to 2.4 to 8 times the wager for the chickens, cats, hogs, cows and farmer symbols. So, there are no sheep among the pay symbols, but there is one on the wild symbol, which is present on all five reels. Wilds substitute for all standard pay symbols and are worth eight times the wager for a winning combination of five wilds, despite the fact that they only appear during the Wolf Spins Picker Bonus or the Sheep Snatch feature.
A random sheep may materialise on the screen for the player to click during a spin. Then, a wolf abducts the sheep, resulting in a modifier for the rotation.
Symbol Transformation – all instances of a low-paying symbol type are converted into wild symbols.
Win Multiplier – A x2 or x3 win multiplier is unveiled for the current spin.
It is conceivable for up to three consecutive Sheep Snatches to appear on a single spin. If a win multiplier appears multiple times during a Sheep Snatch sequence, the multiplier values are combined – up to x8. Multipliers are reset for the next turn.
Wolf Spins scatter symbol serves as the concluding symbol in Sheep Gone Wild. At least three of them activate the bonus round, which awards seven free spins. Prior to the start of free spins, players select one of 15 livestock displayed on the screen for the wolf to steal. The number of selections is proportional to the number of scatter symbols that triggered the feature. Shepherded livestock reveal: