Penguin Vacation Slot Review

Penguin Vacation Slot Review

In this Penguin Vacation slot review we take a look at another popular Playtech slot and assess its features, paylines, jackpots and much more.

So what is the Penguin vacation slot game all about? What does it offer you as a player? Should you give it a spin or a miss? Let’s find out.

Penguin Vacation Slot Review – Theme

Penguin’s going on vacation?! Yes, that’s right. Playtech have decided to create something a little quirky and weird here, and despite the fact that it doesn’t appeal to us on a personal level, at least it’s something different and not just another fruit or penguin themed slot.

The theme is very ice blue and chilly, as is expected in the South Pole, and symbols include penguins, snowmen, fish, frozen suitcases, penguins in Hawaiian shirts and more.

It is what it is. You’ll either love it or not.

Penguin Vacation Paylines & Jackpots

This is a 5 reel, 20 paylines slot which means there are a fair number of ways to win.

Bets start as low as 0.01 and go as high as £10, meaning this is a slot for those without cash to burn.

That said, the jackpot on this slot is actually huge – you can win up to x10,000 your stake if you strike it lucky.

Penguin Vacation Game Features

Again, there’s nothing new or revolutionary about the features this slot offers, but it does bring enough to the table to turn up the heat and make things extremely exciting, especially if you unlock the bonus round.

Multiplier/Jackpot – The sliding penguin is the wild in this slot and it brings with it a x2 multiplier. Get five of them on an active payline and you win the x10,000 jackpot! Get four of them on a n active payline and you’ll walk away with a x2,5000 payout.

Free spins Bonus Round – A fishing hole is the scatter symbol in this slot and three of them or more activates the game’s bonus feature. You can win scores of free spins (up to 33) and they also have a multiplier which can be up to x15, meaning a chance for some serious wins!

 

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