Wrigley's World accepts wagers between $0.010 and $4.00 per turn. The relatively low maximum wager is indicative of high volatility and high potential, as is the case here. The RTP is 95.72 percent, which is near to the market average.
In the centre of the workshop is a 5-reel, 3-row gaming display where the actual gaming will take place. It has 243 ways to win, wherein the row position is irrelevant so long as matching symbols appear from left to right beginning with the first reel. When a five-symbol winning combination consists of the lower-paying 10-A symbols, the payout ranges from 0.4 to 1.2 times the wager, while the payout ranges from 3 to 10 times the wager for five spanners, wheels, swirly objects, or cups.
Wilds and Race Spins with a Double Boost extra are the primary features to be aware of in Wrigley's World, a game with a simple layout.
Wild symbols can only appear on the middle three reels. When they land, they always come with an x2 multiplier, meaning they register as two symbols when calculating wins. Up to five wilds can appear on a single rotation, and they substitute for all other symbols.
Depending on the number of Race Spins symbols that appear, monetary rewards and free spins will be awarded. The payout for landing 3, 4, or 5 scatters is 5x, 15x, or 50x the wager in addition to 10 free Race Spins. The award granted by scatter symbols is transmitted to the bonus round as its initial payout. Whenever a wild symbol appears during Race Spins, it is now accumulated in a metre located next to the reels. When the gauge is filled by collecting 5 wilds, the Double Boost feature activates, multiplying the current win total and awarding +5 free spins. If the gauge is filled during the same turn as a win, the prize is added to the total win amount before being doubled. Multiple gauge fills are possible during the same bonus round.