89.90% - 96.00% RTP

Wild Gambler: Arctic Adventure

If you're a fan of the original Wild Gambler slot game but fancy something a bit cooler, Wild Gambler Arctic Adventure is for you. Swapping the Plains of Africa for the chill of the Arctic, Wild Gambler Arctic Adventure is a fantastic follow-up to one of our most popular online slots.

Wild Gambler Arctic Adventure Game Info

  • Jackpots worth up to £50,000
  • Lock and Play wild multiplier feature
  • Play from as little as £0.20
  • Software Provider: Playtech

How to Play Wild Gambler Arctic Adventure

If Wild Gambler was hot, then Wild Gambler Arctic Adventure is certainly cold. In place of withering trees and barren plains, you'll now find tons of snow, ice and cool characters such as penguins and polar bears. Of course, looks are only one part of the slots equation and the developers at Playtech haven't simply transplanted the original Wild Gambler into a new setting.

Sure, when you roll in three or more matching symbols, the payouts run from 10x your line bet to 1,000x, which is virtually identical to the original game. However, the area where this game really stands out is the "play your way" setting. For those that have played Wild Gambler before, the lock and spin feature will be familiar.

Basically, this feature allows you to pay a slight premium on each spin to lock any wilds in place to increase your chances of winning. This hasn't changed in Wild Gambler Arctic Adventure, but that's not the end of the story. To make this cool feature even cooler, locked wilds now have the power to multiply wins by five. That's right, on top of helping to create more winning combos, locked wilds also act as a multiplier.

So, when you spin the five reels and 20 paylines for as little as £0.20 or as much as £1,000, you'll have even more ways to win up to £50,000. Basically, if you loved Wild Gambler but you now fancy something a little wilder, we'd suggest taking a spin on Wild Gambler Arctic Adventure.

Suggested Games: If you don't like spinning in the cold, why not head off to the tropics with Thai Paradise instead?

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