The Odd Forest Slot review
The Odd Forest is a dark place, but it is populated with perfectly loveable monsters and fairies, giving you all the right elements for a fantasy inspired title.
The Odd Forest will take on a topic that has often been a favorite of people in the last decade or more, of the cute monsters that are actually quite loveable once you get to know them. The game takes the player deep inside a dark forest, one where you will find fairies, but where there are also multiple monsters with sharp teeth, ones which you can’t hope but like thanks to the way they were designed. You have a lot of chances to get a good payout out of this game, since it has 50 different lines that are always active on 5×4 reels. You will find inside wild substitutions, special symbols, free spins and a bonus game. A jackpot of $1,250 is also mentioned on the paytable.
If you want to play the game, the minimum amount that you will need for one spin will be $0.50, sufficient to activate 50 lines with $0.01 line bets. Those with larger budgets will be able to spend more, up to $125 for one spin, so up to $2.50 per line.
Appropriately enough, we have the image of a forest in the wild symbol, but with the WILD logo in front, so it’s easy to figure out what it can be used for. Both the paid and the free spins will benefit from this feature. The symbols are responsible for some of the higher payouts that the game can give you, offering up to $1,250 through their own winning combinations. Obviously, they’re also usable as substitutes for other symbols.
Random Wilds may be added to the reels, between 3 and 6 of them, as you play the game. It’s a random feature, obviously, but it can be accessed only during paid spins.
The Tree symbol is next on the feature list, the scatter symbol from The Odd Forest. Having it appear full sized, anywhere on the reels, will trigger the feature with four magic orbs to choose from They can give you 6 to 14 free spins, most of them with extra features. The option with 14 spins is the only one that doesn’t have things like sticky wilds, sliding wilds or extra wilds.
The Odd Forest has the cool features to keep you interested, some loveable monsters to make your day better, and overall I think that it’s a good effort on Foxium’s part.