Wolf Sierra (video slot) launched by Tom Horn Gaming


Maltese online casino games developer Tom Horn Gaming is inviting online casino players to take ‘a journey of adventure’ in hopes of securing ‘big wins’ via its new five-reel and 40-payline Wolf Sierra video slot.

Headquartered in the Valletta suburb of Is-Swatar, the innovator used an official Tuesday press release to declare that its newest four-row video slot is themed around the wolves that once roamed across the wild Sierra Nevada mountains of the western United States and challenges aficionados ‘to find the great wolf’ so as to bank ‘mythical riches’.

Fortunate fate:

Tom Horn Gaming already offered a portfolio of well over 60 video slots and it stated that Wolf Sierra is a medium volatility online casino title that looks destined to become ‘one of its most popular games’. The developer moreover pronounced that the mobile-friendly innovation ‘has all it takes to attract players’ including a range of colorful and inspiring graphics alongside a story and characters ‘that have stood the test of time and are loved by players around the world’.

Easy entertainment:

The innovator proclaimed that Wolf Sierra furthermore comes complete with simple gameplay and sounds ‘that complement an experience that is exciting and diverse’ while its free spins feature can be triggered by anyone lucky enough to simultaneously get Dreamcatcher scatter symbols on the second, third, and fourth reels. Tom Horn Gaming additionally explained that this re-triggerable attraction can be further amplified via sticky wild icons that will lock into place until the end of this attraction.

Read a statement from Tom Horn Gaming…

“This slot is packed with thrilling features for players to enjoy and get a chance to collect higher rewards. In the base game players can maximize their wins with the Wild Clusters feature. In total, they can gain six wolf symbols that roam across the reels in packs while guaranteeing higher payouts.”


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