You’d expect to see some pandas in a slot with that title, wouldn’t you? Rest assured they do appear, along with some other friendly-looking animals. These are presented cartoon style, and you can meet them in a nice grassy setting with a bridge over a river. But will you also find prizes on your journey in Panda Planet?
This is a ways-to-win game, and there are 1,024 ways to try and win here. You’d expect five reels for that, and that is exactly the number you get.
You only need to choose a total bet here, which will be between 50 cents and $300.
The wild is a yin yang symbol which is marked as a wild too. These replace everything else that can spin into play in this slot. It is also the highest-paying symbol in the game.
Let’s begin with the Growing Wilds. All wilds that land in the base game can randomly multiply. This means they could take over a 2x1, 1x2, or 2x2 position on the reels.
There is a Power Panda feature here too. You must find a yin yang symbol in one of the corners of the screen to trigger this. The wild is sticky for five spins, unless you trigger the Colossal Wheel. If you should find another corner yin yang symbol while playing those five spins (they’re not free, by the way), you will trigger the Colossal Wheel feature. You can also trigger the wheel immediately if two yin yangs occupy two corners at once.
Once triggered, the central three reels become one huge reel, showing 3x3 symbols on them. You will receive three, five, or 10 Colossal free spins when you get two, three, or four corners with yin yang wilds in them.
Once the Colossal spins are over, you can keep whatever you won in those spins or play the spins again to try and win more. That’s an interesting feature!
Panda Planet is unlike any other slot we have seen. It uses some familiar elements, such as the wild and the free spins, but each one has been given a quirky twist. We think you’ll love playing this one – we certainly did. Will you spin to win too?