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Dwarfs Gone Wild Pokie NZ

Quickspin’s flagship pokie release of 2018, the Dwarfs Gone Wild pokie game, disregards plural conventions and turns everything up to 110%. The Stockholm-based company has clearly put a lot of eggs into this particular basket (at least 7… 8 if you count Snow White as an egg). The game has features up the wazoo, including bonus games, free spins, re-spins, mystery features, and individualised dwarf wild symbol sprinkling. Dwarfs Gone Wild will truly have everything – there are no half-measures here.

Dwarfs Gone Wild Pokie Background

According to the game’s producers, the pokie is, of course, based on the Brothers Grimm fairy-tale from the early 19th century. However, in this day and age, most people will be more familiar with the Disney film from 1939, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” The Dwarfs Gone Wild pokie doesn’t take too much inspiration from that particular movie. Rather, the pokie’s sheer scale is in part due to the scale of influences. The epicness of this pokie can be seen in the epicness of its influences: Snow White and the Seven Dwarves Lord of the Rings The Hobbit Looney Tunes (especially Yosemite Sam) Sword and the Stone (King Arthur etc.) Monopoly Wacky Races Thor (Marvel Film) Harry Potter (Book and Film) Not only are there all these influence, there are a myriad of features also.

Pokie Features

Although we are yet to play Dwarfs Gone Wild for ourselves, the pokie will offer players exciting features on every level of the game. There is a bonus game, free spins rounds, mystery features, Snow White’s mirror, and perhaps most importantly, each dwarf has a different skill which gives you wilds during the main game. These are the 7 dwarves (dwarfs) and each of their “powers:” Bomber – bearing a remarkable resemblance to Yosemite Sam thanks to the big red beard, the Bomber leaves good old-fashioned gunpowder bombs. These bombs blow symbols into wilds. Racer – zooming about in his minecart, Racer can show up during the main game and lace reels with wild symbols. Blacksmith – A handsome, blonde haired stud (bearing resemblance to Chris Hemsworth’s Thor), the Blacksmith pours molten metal down entire reels to create stacked wilds. Strongman – A moustached fellow draped in classic Victorian body builder garb, Strongman displays his muscles while dropping wilds, looking like an old-timey, and particularly short Arnold Schwarzenegger. Huntsman – stalking his prey, the huntsman shoots wilds into your reels with a particularly nifty, old fashioned hunting rifle. Wizard – the eldest and wisest of the dwarves, when he appears during the main game you get 3 extra spins. Banker – looking like the lovechild of the Monopoly Man and David Lloyd George, the Banker offers multipliers on wins in the main game. Finally, Snow White herself is the highest paying symbol in Dwarfs Gone Wild. She can even introduce the magic mirror feature (the fairest in the land?); this gives players multiple re-spins. While you play, you’ll also build up your golden minecart metre. This can be found on the left hand side of the reels. Every spin that includes a dwarf will build up your metre.
dwarfs gone wild pokie game review

Dwarfs Gone Wild Pokie NZ

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  • Paylines20
  • MultipliersNo
  • Jackpot Win 6,000
  • Scatter Symbol Yes
  • Volatility Medium to High
  • Wild Symbol Yes
  • RTP 96.38%
  • Quick Spin Yes
  • Bet Value 0.20-100
  • Max Bet 100.00

Dwarfs Gone Wild Pokie Background

According to the game’s producers, the pokie is, of course, based on the Brothers Grimm fairy-tale from the early 19th century. However, in this day and age, most people will be more familiar with the Disney film from 1939, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.”

This pokie doesn’t take too much inspiration from that particular movie. Rather, the pokie’s sheer scale is in part due to the scale of influences. The epicness of this pokie can be seen in the epicness of its influences:

Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
Lord of the Rings
The Hobbit
Looney Tunes (especially Yosemite Sam)
Sword and the Stone (King Arthur etc.)
Monopoly
Wacky Races
Thor (Marvel Film)
Harry Potter (Book and Film)

Not only are there all these influence, there are a myriad of features also.

Pokie Features

Although we are yet to play the game for ourselves, the pokie will offer players exciting features on every level of the game. There is a bonus game, free spins rounds, mystery features, Snow White’s mirror, and perhaps most importantly, each dwarf has a different skill which gives you wilds during the main game. These are the 7 dwarves (dwarfs) and each of their “powers:”

Bomber – bearing a remarkable resemblance to Yosemite Sam thanks to the big red beard, the Bomber leaves good old-fashioned gunpowder bombs. These bombs blow symbols into wilds.

Racer – zooming about in his minecart, Racer can show up during the main game and lace reels with wild symbols.

Blacksmith – A handsome, blonde haired stud (bearing resemblance to Chris Hemsworth’s Thor), the Blacksmith pours molten metal down entire reels to create stacked wilds.

Strongman – A moustached fellow draped in classic Victorian body builder garb, Strongman displays his muscles while dropping wilds, looking like an old-timey, and particularly short Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Huntsman – stalking his prey, the huntsman shoots wilds into your reels with a particularly nifty, old fashioned hunting rifle.

Wizard – the eldest and wisest of the dwarves, when he appears during the main game you get 3 extra spins.

Banker – looking like the lovechild of the Monopoly Man and David Lloyd George, the Banker offers multipliers on wins in the main game.

Finally, Snow White herself is the highest paying symbol in the game. She can even introduce the magic mirror feature (the fairest in the land?); this gives players multiple re-spins.

While you play, you’ll also build up your golden minecart metre. This can be found on the left hand side of the reels. Every spin that includes a dwarf will build up your metre.

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