Don’t Let the Gold in Wild Falls Float You By!
Water and waterfalls are as powerful as they come. Together with rivers, they have changed our landscape since eternity. Now imagine the water that flows through turns into gold for every time you push a button. We are not saying that’s what happens in Wild Falls slot, but we are not saying it doesn’t either, so it’s best to check it out for yourself.
Multipliers and Golden Features
Chests filled with gold floating in a river seems to be a different type of slot theme but we love it, Play’n Go. Anything that brings us to the outdoor wilderness has that effect on us. On the reels, the water fills up with bags of gold, nuggets, tools for digging, a lantern and playing cards. The scatter and the wild are both chests which is a pure delight.
Gold, Gold and More Gold!
The current of a river can be scary strong and sometimes even deadly. Well, in this game the river is indeed extremely vibrant, but very much alive. The precious chests keep coming and coming and they are just waiting to be popped open and appreciated by someone like you.
Chests – As we mentioned above, all chests are wilds and scatters. The gold ones can have up to 5x multipliers in them. If they stick on the reels they will activate rapid re-spins, which can certainly land you those extra goodies.
Gold Rush – Randomly, this can be rewarded during a regular spin. The chests turn into gold with multipliers for the next two spins. If you manage to stick 3 of these gold chests, then prepare yourself for Super River of Gold feature and really start smiling.
Dueling Banjos and Big Wins!
This is a really nice slot that comes with a great vibe with the help of the background banjo music. We like the excitement when the chests pop up and you’re doing whatever you can to make them stick to the reels. Combine all the fun in just spinning with the piles of cheese you can make and you have a winner. With the help of multipliers, the max coin win is a smashing 1,000,000 so there is no doubt there is plenty of gold to find in these waters. We recommend you start hiking and find out for yourself. It’s a ton of fun!