Merry Xmas Slot Review
It’s very clear what a game entitled Merry Xmas will be all about, right? It doesn’t take a genius to work it out. And while there are numerous different slot games available out there which are based on the Christmas theme, this one from Play’n Go manages to provide an altogether unique experience. The icons which have been added to the game start with four decorations, which are in the form of a candy cane, a mug of mulled wine, two candles and a set of bells. Three others exist as Christmas tree baubles, a reindeer and Santa Claus!
It’s all played on a familiar enough layout of five reels and three rows, and the developer has added a total of 15 different pay lines to it as well. You do have the chance to adjust these around by using the arrows at either side of the ‘Lines’ box. You can also customise the value of the wager that you place per spin, starting with altering the coin value between £0.01 and £0.25 per line. Following on from this, you can change the amount of coins wagered between one and five. This allows a maximum overall wager of £18.75 to be played per round.
There’s a couple of specialities included in the game, and these make it all the more entertaining to play. These features begin with the wild symbol, which exist in the form of four different icons – 2x, 3x, 4x and 5x. When these substitute for any of the symbols, except for the bonus icon, they will not only form a win, but they will multiply the win by the amount shown.
And as far as the game’s bonus symbols are concerned, there are three of these incorporated into Merry Xmas, which exist in the form of three different wrapped gifts. Three of them showing up into view on the reels will trigger the bonus round, and this requires you to choose one of the gifts to reveal a winning amount. With this, you could win up to 150 times the total wager you have placed.
This game makes sure to bring Christmas to you all year around, complete with ringing bells and snow-covered scenery. It’s a real treat to play, especially if you’ve got those Christmas blues.a