Gems Gone Wild Introduction
Red Tiger Gaming has created a simple-to-play pokie based around glinting gems of various colours. The electronic music makes you feel you’re on a game show, along with the purple and blue neon game screen containing gold, purple, green, blue, red and pink gems.
Any symbol on the reel can go Wild at any time, leading to some big wins which are announced by super spinning circles and the screen turning gold. You might also be lucky enough to spin some Wild repeats to bag even bigger prizes.
As soon as you get two or more Wilds on an active payline, the fun really starts, as these can turn two or more symbols on a payline into a win. Wins are not paid out for simply matching symbols in a line in Gems Gone Wild, which has a vast amount of win lines. Although five icons in a row will, of course, get you a win, there are a host of other winning possibilities.
The highest-paying icon is the gold gem, which will net you 20 coins for three, 200 for four and 600 for five. The title Gems Gone Wild is perfect for this pokie, with gems falling on to paylines to create a myriad of both small and large wins created by the Wild respins feature. The screen is simple, with just the total stake to be set using the plus and minus buttons and the choice to use the Spin button or Autoplay.