The Raging Reindeer slot game can be found at casinos offering iSoftBet software. iSoftBet are one of the newer casino software providers on the market but they have managed to tie down some impressive branded slots game contracts. As a standard iSoftBet do publish the RTP/House Edge information for their slots games within the game help file. As such, we can tell that the House Edge of Raging Reindeer is 4.06% when playing maximum paylines/coins.
Raging Reindeer is a 6 reel slots game and each reel is 4 symbols high. Instead of using paylines you for wins by landing 3 matching symbols across adjacent reels.
Valuable Symbol – The game’s most valuable symbol is the “Rudolph”.
Wild – The “Crate” symbol is Wild and will substitute for all symbols other than the “Raging Reindeer Sign”. Wild symbols only appear on reels 2, 3, 4 or 5.
Free Spins – The “Raging Reindeer Sign” is the Free Spins symbol. You need 3 or more of them anywhere on the reels at once to trigger the Free Spins feature.
Jingle Spins – 3, 4, 5, or 6 “Raging Reindeer Sign” symbols anywhere on the reels on a single spin will trigger 8, 15, 20, or 50 Free Spins respectively. During the feature, any Wild symbols that land on the reels will appear as x2 or x3 symbols and will behave as if there are 2 or 3 separate Wilds on the reels, instead of just the 1. Also, the “Rudolph” symbol and any Wilds that the “Rudolph” symbol could combine with do not need to form combinations across adjacent reels, essentially turning them into Scatter symbols. The feature can be retriggered in the same way that it was originally triggered.
When I first saw this slot I had such high hopes for it. Not only is it the first Christmas slot of 2019 that I have reviewed but it has been made to the usual iSoftBet standard. The character symbols are bright, vibrant and filled with cheeky, fun looking animals. However, once you get beyond this you realise there isn’t too much invention going on here. You get Free Spins and you get Wilds. The Free Spins come with 2 additional features and they can be re-triggered. Essentially, what you have here is a very simple slot that fails to live up to the promise that initial inspection might have given us.