The game feature battle is back at High 5 Blog! Today’s battle features Expanding Wilds – a feature that stretches all the wild symbols over all of the middle reels, generating more wins and bigger payouts. Thanks to Expanding Wilds, you have a bigger chance to load a full screen of wilds on your High 5 Casino reels. Who doesn’t like that?
Games with Expanding Wilds are often paired with Connected Lines – which gives players five lines for every credit played and 16 free paylines for playing the entire board, therefore a mere 90 credits will earn you 466 paylines! Now vote for your favorite game with Expanding Wilds feature: The Charleston, Figaro, or Lucky Horse.
The Charleston – Kick those feet. Bend those knees. It’s time for the Charleston.
They were having so much fun that they had to hide it. In speakeasies and underground dwellings, the party was never fully underway until the Charleston began. Kick off your shoes and start to relax, because the good old times are back again.
Figaro – A magnanimous and moving opus that will strike a chord with even the darkest of souls.
Inspired by the 18th century Pierre Beaumarchais plays and the resulting timeless opera of Mozart and Lorenzo Da Ponte, High 5 Games has taken a classic story and has adapted it for a casino audience. Slot players will love Figaro for its thrilling soundtrack, unique game play, and vivid depictions.
Lucky Horse – A horse worth betting on!
Your horse trots to the gate, resplendent under a bright blue sky. As you look over the competition, you feel confident that the choice you made was the right one. The race begins, and as the horses start to thunder down the track yours pulls gracefully ahead. Maybe today really is your lucky day…
Which is your favorite Expanding Wilds game? Comment in the conversation bubble located on the top right corner and let us know.
The Charleston 2maybe I love mostly all the games
Me encanta lucky horse.
Lucky horse, got it to level 100 in two days. Figaro is stuck at 51 and not moving.
Figero is my fav of the three, but I just got the Lucky Horse game and haven’t played much at all.
I would vote for Figaro 🙂