Bally Tech have really outdone themselves with their Acorn Pixie slot. Arguably the most beautifully designed slot they have ever produced, Acorn Pixie features the tale of two pixie sisters, who seem to be having a magical time at the bottom of a fantastical garden. Expect wonderfully drawn flower, pixie, and insect symbols in this fantasy-themed slot. Acorn Pixie can deliver 30 paylines spread over 5 reels in the base game, whilst the Acorn Pixie Bonus offers 50 lines, as does the base game if you use Bally Tech’s Buy-a-Bonus feature. Standard wagers range from a minimum of 0.50 per spin, whilst they cost no more than 250.00 a spin in standard mode. Buying a bonus can see your wagers stretch from 20.00 a spin up to 100.00 a game. The top prize in Acorn Pixie is worth around 5,000 coins in all and is non-progressive in nature.
When players buy a bonus, they won’t only get 50 lines to play on. Players can buy 6, 8 or 12 games for 20.00, 40.00 and 100.00, respectively, with 1x multipliers added throughout.
As for the basic features, there is a wild symbol in the shape of a pixie, and wilds can substitute for all symbols except bonus icons. At random points in the slot, a cluster of 4 wilds could form a 2x2 colossal wild, which will ramp up your wins.
Bonus symbols can appear on the second, third and fourth reels. You will need them to appear on all 3 to trigger the Acorn Pixie Bonus.
The Acorn Pixie Bonus is played over 50 lines and offers 7 free games in total. You cannot retrigger the feature, so you need to make the most of it with this game. Symbols in this feature can reveal a part of the background picture, and any which do so will automatically turn into wilds. Naturally, the cluster wild (colossal wild) feature is not available in the bonus round. Symbols which have been turned into wilds will remain wild for the duration of the bonus. During the bonus, acorns can transform symbols on which they appear, and help reveal the wild tree. A massive bonus available to any player who manages to clear the background picture, simply because wilds (as the best paying symbols in the bonus round) will cover all of the reels in the game.
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