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Introducing Feline Fury slot
Some could say that Feline Fury from the creative team at Play ‘n’ Go needed to launch a new slot just to adhere to their tight production schedule, whilst others could be forgiven for thinking that the creatives had either gone rather crazy or been struck by some type of brainwave. Regardless of this Feline Fury is different and overrun with the second most popular domestic house pet, the cat. However, these are not the usual domestic cats and they are certainly not what gamers have come to expect it a sweet and cute way. No, in this slot you will come across mystic cats, merchant cats, pirate cats to name but a few. If you want to see whether you can get the reels purring, then read on.
Game Set Up & Design
Feline Fury is not only about the various cats it will also take you back to the middle ages, although to be honest I have absolutely no reason why! The slot plays out over 5-reels and 20 pay lines and the game area sits in front of a walled castle underneath the greyest of skies. The desolate setting could be partly to blame for the awful mood the cats are in, particularly as they like to be warm. The high ceilings in the castle it is impossible to heat the many rooms, believe me it is a very odd sight but keep reading.
To start playing you need to choose the bet that you are most comfortable with and this ranges from 20p per spin up to a maximum of £100 per spin so a great range to suit all budgets.
The slot is playable over all devices which provides the freedom to play wherever and whenever you desire. The math statistics certainly make for comfortable reading and are what you will have come to expect from this developer. The default return to player stands at 96.2% and you will be pleased to hear that the volatility is lower than you probably expect and is classed as a 6/10 medium rated. It would be understandable if you thought the volatility would be higher particularly as the felines are so cross, but it is a game with plenty of twists. There are several features to help you land the wins and overall, the potential as one would expect from a dependable and solid Play ‘n’ Go slot.
When it comes to the symbols you will either find the absurdness of it all laughable or really wonder what on earth is going on. As expected, the four playing card suits are the low payers, and for the premium symbols you can expect to come across a mystic cat, a cat merchant, a captain cat, and a cat-at-arms which all look pretty hacked off about something. When it comes to the values on offer the premium symbols range from 2.5x to 10x the stake when you land five of the same symbols.
All the cat symbols can turn wild when they appear in the features, however there is also a standard wild that is depicted by a Crown and this symbol can appear at random. The crown wild has the same value as the premium symbols and can substitute for all symbols except the Golden Grail Scatter to create winning combinations.
There are three addition features on offer in this slot, these are the Feline wilds, Fury reels, and free spins all of which have various complexities. The Feline Wild feature is activated at random during the base game, and with this there are one to four types of feline symbols that will turn wild, and they can pay at the usual rate or substitute for other symbols.
When you have the Feline Wilds feature is in play, there is a chance that it could activate up to five Fury reels and any cat wilds that land on a Fury reel then expand to provide you with a complete reels of wilds. If you land a second feline wild on the Fury reel this applies a 2x multiplier, land a third feline wild on the fury reel and a 3x multiplier active, if you land more than one multiplier on a win line these are then added together.
The real highlight of this slot for me was the round of free spins. First you need to land the Holy Grail scatter on your 1st, 3rd, and 5th reels and this will then activate 5 free spins. The goal in this bonus game is to collect the suits, landing 12 of each turns the corresponding symbol in a feline wild for the remainder of the feature. In order, the clubs equal the mystic cat, diamonds are the captain cat, hearts are for the merchant and spades for the cat-at-arms. Once you activate the first feline wild the fury reels are a possibility bringing their multipliers to the round. Each scatter you land in the free spins will add one more to the total.
What can I say? Feline Fury is an odd slot, and I would recommend you just go with the flow as this is how you will get the most out of the game. It is like when you watch a film to see what happens and the ending just is not worth it because you never actually find out what you watched it for. This is the type of slot that you will either love or hate as not only is it strange, but it is quite far from reality. However, it is things like this that keeps you sane, and a bit of weird is good every now and again.
The slot’s 5,000x the stake could make the game more appealing to non-cat lovers. There is no doubt that Feline Fury is a little bonkers, but it plays well, and the features and potential are up for grabs. It may not offer the volatility that hardcore players are looking for, but if you are looking for something mad and or brilliant this could be the slot for you.