This mobile slots game from Microgaming is not about a prolific goal-scoring footballer but about the North American ape-like creature many are convinced roams the forests of the Pacific Northwest. If you can’t visit the Bigfoot Discovery Museum in Felton, California this could be your best way to get to know the big fella.
Big Foot is a five-reel slots game with 25 paylines. There is no progressive jackpot but a wide range of wagering options between 0.25 coins and 50 coins is offered to entice both recreational and big-time hunters into the search for Bigfoot.
In Microgaming’s world the oversized hairy hominid is just a happy guy walking around the woods. We see him walking with other woodland creatures, we see footprints of where he has walked, he is depicted as walking every time we see him and there are warning signs of Bigfoot road crossings. This actually meshes well with the reported sightings of the American Yeti since the grainy films that exist of Bigfoot always show him walking, never doing anything else. Even the soundtrack has an ambling and shuffling quality to it.
The rambling Big Foot is the Wild and if a gaggle of five of the friendly beasts show up across a payline you score the game’s biggest jackpot of 5,000 coins. The next biggest scorer to keep your eye on is the Babbling Brook flowing through the pine-scented woods. Five of those brings back 2,000 coins.
Big Foot as Wild can only appear on Reels 2, 3 and 4. When he leaves his forest lair and bounds across all three at once the Big Foot Bonus is triggered. Night descends on the forest and you must identify Big Foot from just a pair of eyes in this Pick Me feature. All of Big Foot’s furry and feathered friends return a prize but if you pick the Sasquatch himself cash is thrown your way until you can gather it up no longer as a multiplier is enforced.
The Footprint is the Scatter and three or more activate a Free Spins Bonus. The search has now lasted into winter and a warming 2X bonus is applied during the free play. All in all, this Big Foot seems a hail fellow, well met.