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Very Merry Christmas Slot

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Very Merry Christmas Slot

 

Are you a video slot fan who wants to have fun during the Christmas season? If yes, Eyecon’s Very Merry Christmas slot is a good option. Featuring 5 reels, 3 rows, and 25 paylines, this Christmas-themed video slot has several symbols with a woody look including squirrels, a horse, rattles, trains, cars, planes, alphabet cubes, teddy bears, wrapped prizes, and blocks. The wooden horse is the most lucrative symbol rewarding up to 1,000 coins depending on how many you manage to land on the reels. You’ll also see some dark green colors, golden bells, red bows, pine cones, and leafy branches in the background.

Gameplay

This slot game is optimized to run on all devices including desktops, mobile phones, and tablets. To play the game, you need to set your wager amount, which should be somewhere between £0.25 and £12.50 per spin. When the letter symbols form the word MERRY when spinning the reels, you’ll win up to 3,000 coins!

Game Features

Very Merry Christmas allows you to enjoy a variety of fascinating features including wilds, scatters, the Match and Win feature, the Prize Pick feature, multipliers, bonus games, and Extra Spins. The Snow Globe represents the Wild symbol. It only emerges on reels two and four and replaces other symbols to create winning combinations. The Snow Globe also doubles your wins.

There are 2 scatter symbols: the green and the red gift box. These scatters activate the bonus game. Three or more red gift boxes activate the Match and Win feature. This feature allows you to find 2 globes with similar values to win prizes. Three or more green gift boxes will trigger the Prize Pick feature. When this happens, you’ll find several snowballs with a multiplier (up to x100) or ten extra games. If you get the Extra Spins, your wins are doubled!

Our Verdict

Playing Very Merry Christmas Slot is a great way to have fun during the Christmas season. It’s a nice game with plenty of opportunities.

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