Big Bad Wolf Megaways by Quickspin is a 6-reel & 7-row online slot with 117649 Megaways and a 96.05% RTP. Playable on all devices from €0.20 to €100 per spin, Big Bad Wolf Megaways is a high volatility game with a max win capped at 30540x your stake.

Big Bad Wolf Megaways is the latest re-release from Quickspin, this time having given their classic Big Bad Wolf slot the Megways makeover. The original was released back in 2013 and quickly became one of their biggest hits, so there is no big surprise that they wanted to give it a good old Megaways upgrade. They seem to have kept a lot of the original details from the game, however, there are clearly some upgrades in terms of both graphics, a larger reel set, and the addition of a progressive multiplier in one of the special features.

Speaking of special features, you can look forward to seeing pretty much the same ones in this Megaways version. There is a total of four different special features to keep an eye out for, including the Tumbling Reels, a Piggy Wilds feature, and of course the Blowing Down the House feature which is where you'll find the new progressive multiplier. In addition to these features, you can also look forward to a feature buy.

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How to win big in Big Bad Wolf Megaways – Blowing Down the House Bonus feature

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The key to the big wins is through the free spins feature, which you can trigger by landing 3 scatters anywhere on the reels during a spin. This will get you 11 free spins where you start out with a x1 multiplier. Every time you land a tumbling reel win, this multiplier will then increase by 1 and it won't reset after a winless tumble. The multiplier will continue to increase throughout the entire feature and you can even get even more free spins as well as bigger multiplier increases should you land more scatters.

3 scatters – 3 free spins + x5 multiplier increase 6 scatters – 3 free spins + x10 multiplier increase 7+ scatters – 1 free spins for each scatter

Special Features

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  • Tumbling Reels
  • Piggy Wilds
  • Feature Buy

First up is the Tumbling Reels feature, which is triggered after a winning spin is formed. Symbols part of the win are removed from the grid and new symbols are dropped into place, followed by a new payout. These tumbles will keep on happening as long as you keep on getting new winning combinations.

Then you have the Piggy Wilds feature which happens to be connected to the Tumbling Reels feature. Should you have several tumbles in a row, you will see the piggy symbols transform into wilds. With 2, 4 or 6 consecutive tumbles you can look forward to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd pig turning wild respectively. These wilds are able to land on the reels 2, 3, 4 and 5 and will go back to their original state after a winless tumble.

Finally there is the Feature Buy which allows you to buy your way into the Blowing Down the House Bonus feature, which will cost you 90x your total stake.

Look and Feel of Big Bad Wolf Megaways

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The theme and overall look has remained the same in this Megaways version of the original Big Bad Wolf slot. With it's fairytale theme, you can expect a colourful game with a cartoon like design. Blue skies with fluffy white clouds along with green fields and green trees is what makes up the background. The reel set itself has been placed inside a house built out of hay. When triggering the bonus feature, you will see that the entire setting will change into night time.

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The reels are designed to look like wooden crates and on these you will be seeing standard royals J, Q, K and A as the low value symbols. In addition you have a couple of farm items such as gardening forks, axes and spades representing the high value symbols, with the 3 different pigs holding each their tool as well as the wolf who is the highest valued symbol.

disclaimer: the game’s RTP and min/max bet may vary depending on operator and jurisdiction. Use our data as a pointer, but always make sure you check the real RTP by locating the help file directly in the game itself once loaded.