Net Entertainment Releases the Wonderfully Engaging New Slot ‘When Pigs Fly’ – An Innovative and Unique Slot Filled with Great Animation and Sounds!
The popular English expression, When Pigs Fly is not just an old saying anymore, it’s now a video bonus slot thanks to Net Entertainment. NetEnt promised the release of the cartoonish slot a couple weeks ago, and followed through with its promise by making the 45 line, or 3,125 ways to win slot now available.
When the preview of the slot first made its debut on YouTube last month it looked promising to invite players with its cartoon visuals, changeable reels, expanding reels, free spins counter and payouts. Besides the characters of the game, Pigs, there are a few bonus and additional features that sets this slot apart. First are the changeable reels. Some are used to the traditional 5-reel setup on slot games, but this time NetEnt upped the ante a bit and made the reel’s change adding more symbols that can appear in each row and up the winning chances to 3,125 ways.
The second added feature is the free spins counter. If you watched the first preview of the game on YouTube, then you sees the wilds that are included in the game can get you a whopping 480,000 coin jackpot, but what you didn’t see was that after every win the reels will re-spin. Each re-spin will be lessened by the counter, but if you can make it to at least 5 re-spins you are awarded with an additional 8 free spins.
Lastly, but not least is the expanding reels. With the changeable reel layout NetEnt wanted to add more to the game, and have done just that with expanding the reels after each payline win making it more possible to land a 5×5 grid full of the same symbols, thus making your payout huge.
Simon Hammon, Chief Product Officer of NetEnt, comments: “NetEnt delivers innovative, unique themes and When Pigs Fly is just another example of a game that really stands out from the crowd. With music and animation that amplifies each time the reels spin, the game gets even more exciting as players continue to play.”