With Rolling Reels and 243 ways to win, the Cool Wolf slot machine from Microgaming can easily generate some nice prizes, especially if we take into account the stacked wilds. The game also comes with a free spins feature that adds a multiplier to consecutive wins on the same bet which can go up to 10x. The action is nicely wrapped in a colorful theme with a cool teen werewolf.
Cool Wolf is a Microgaming title which doesn’t take long to leave a nice impression on online players. Its theme is based on a nerdy kid in high school who turns into a werewolf when there is a full moon outside. However, the twist is that it is a cool werewolf and very popular due to its superhuman abilities. The game is styled with bright colors and there are some nice animations which perfectly show off the theme. For playing, each spin will show five reels and three rows of symbols, where 243 ways to win are active at all times. The Rolling Reels feature allows for multiple wins on the same bet since the symbols which create combinations will disappear after they award the prize and make room for other symbols to fall in their place. There are more than 40 wild symbols in the Cool Wolf slot machine and these are represented by the game logo. Wilds can appear stacked on reels 3, 4 and 5 and they have the power to substitute for all symbols except for the scatter. The Howling Wild feature can be triggered randomly when playing the game and it offers a guaranteed win by turning reel 2, 3 or 4 into wild symbols. Rolling Reels are no longer available in this function. The scatter symbol is an image of a couple of movie tickets and three, four or five will trigger 15, 20 or 25 free spins with Rolling Reels. Consecutive wins on a bet will also add a multiplier during the free spins and it can go up to 10x. The highest paying symbol is the one showing the nerdy kid, who turns into the Cool Wolf for the free spins. The next one is a symbol with two cheerleaders, followed by a red muscle car, a movie theater, and an image of sunglass and some cash. Four card symbols cover the lower paying part of the table.