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Wai Kiki

Iron Dog
RTP 96%
RATING 6
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Reels 5
Paylines 25
Min bet size
Max bet size
RTP 96
Wild symbols Yes
Free spins Yes
Bonus Yes
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Wai Kiki Slot Review

The Wai Kiki slot game can be found at casinos offering Iron Dog software. Iron Dog are one of the smaller software providers currently on the market, but the appear to be a subsidiary of the far larger and better established 1x2Gaming. They do not offer a full casino platform, but primarily seem to be used as a bolt on package for extra slots games. Iron Dog do publish the Return to Player (RTP)/House Edge information for their slots games within the game paytable. As such we know that the house edge for Wai Kiki is 4%.

Wai Kiki consists of 5 reels, 3 symbols high with 25 possible paylines, playing from left to right.

Special Symbols:

Wild – The “Pink Flower” is the wild symbol, replacing all symbols other than those needed to trigger any additional features. Wild symbols appear in random places on the reels after the spin has ended, replacing existing symbols. More than 1 “Pink Flower” symbol can appear on any given spin.

Magic Portal – One of the most useful symbols in the game is the “Magic Portal”. You’ll recognise it as a gold dragon circling a whirl of purple light. The symbol acts as a multiplier, with 3 “Magic Portals” multiplying the win by 75, 4 multiply it by 250 and 5 multiply it by 888. It also helps to trigger the game’s free spin feature.

Turtle – The “Turtle” symbol is important because is can turn into a Scatter and it helps to trigger the game’s main bonus. It is also the second most valuable standard symbol in the game after the “Fish Hook”.

Free Spins – The “Free Spins” symbol is a collection of flowers with “Free Spins Luna” written across them.

Bonus Features:

Scatter – To enable Scatters in this game you need to land a Wild “Pink Flower symbol on top of a “Turtle” in the centre of the screen. When you do this, all Turtles on the reels will become Scatters and you will be awarded 100 coins.

Shark Fishing Bonus – When you land a “Turtle” symbol in the centre of the screen with a “Fish Hook” symbol on either side you will trigger the game’s main bonus feature. When this happens, a small screen will appear in the centre of the screen and you will use your hook to catch a shark and a random cash bonus.

Free Spins – When you land a “Free Spins” symbol in the centre of the screen with a “Ukulele” symbol to either side of it you will trigger the game’s free spin bonus. When this happens you will be awarded 21 free spins and night time will fall on the reels along with a party atmosphere. The “Surf Board” and “Fish Hook” symbols will change colour but will not add any feature or change in value. During the spins pink and blue “Wilds” can appear on any position after the reels have stopped spinning, substituting for all symbols other than ones relating to features. There is also a chance that the “Wilds” will spread and cover up to 5 symbols on the reels.

Free spins will also unlock a “Token” symbol, that will replace the “Cocktail” symbol and will equate to the same pay-out multiplier. You collect these during the free spins and at the end the number you have collected will equate to a number of coins won:

10-14 Tokens = 50 coins

15-19 Tokens = 125 coins

20-24 Tokens = 250 coins

25-29 Tokens = 500 coins

30-34 Tokens = 1250 coins

More than 35 Tokens = 5000 coins

Conclusion

Wai Kiki is a fun looking slots game that does relatively well with a tried and tested slots theme. The symbols look OK but lack the intricacy and detail that other games have to offer. There are lots of different bonus features to try and unlock, which helps to make the game engaging. The screen change during the free spins is a brilliant little touch and whilst we won’t be complaining about the addition of a bonus round, I can’t help but feel that the Shark Fishing Bonus was over far too quickly and didn’t involve the level of interaction that the title suggests it might. I like that Iron Dog are trying to add some variety with their free spins and the inclusion of the tokens is a welcome introduction here. The house edge is the standard Iron Dog 4%, meaning that you’ll find better value elsewhere if you want to shop around.

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