Cat Wilde and the Doom of DeadShow
There is something special here in this game. The slot is made up of simplicity and other basic features. Nothing here can complicate the rolling of the slots. It's a fairly simple layout with nothing unusual. Cat Wilde and the Doom of Dead is one such slot game that can be played by anyone who loves and adores simple and basic gaming.
About the Slot
Cat Wilde and the Doom of Dead is an ordinary, not-so sophisticated slot play with zero complication. This is one of many games with just the free spin feature. Speaking about the layout, nothing magnificent is here. It's not the usual background here with basic amenities. The entire slot looks like a mummy movie with all its typical horror and ghostly shadows. The sound effects too are shady and not to the point. All this feels like something else was about to get added but forgot to do so. This suffices the entire game including all its features.
Nothing tremendously aligns with the symbols. It's just some Egyptian funda. The symbols here are Cat Wilde, a female adventurer, compass, scarabs, Anubis and the usual Royals that emit the same horror. When it comes to the actual gaming experience, the music here plays a significant role. These symbols are fitted and bolted inside a gold-accented structure. Finesse can be seen here and on the symbol graphics.
The feature of free spins is triggered when 3 compass scatters land on reels 1, 3, and 5 at the same time. 10 free spins are awarded, but before they begin, one regular symbol from the low or high end of the paytable is randomly selected to become the special expanding symbol. That's it.
Scatters continue to turn up during free spins, so the feature can technically be retriggered without limit.
Compared to other Egyptian slots, this is really a massive lack when it comes to the features and bonuses which are not here. The game certainly needs some improvements and enhancements to make the rolling more interesting. Other than this, it's just a simple slot with just the free spin features.
Name: Cat Wilde and the Doom of Dead
Author: Darren Henley