Aristocrat slots aren't usually renowned for being impressive visual treats but Werewolf Wild bucks that trend - set against the backdrop of the House of Parliament, this slot conjures up an olde worlde London feel. Look out for a portly bobby, housemaid, gentleman, carriages and street lamp on the reels as well as playing cards from A to 10.
The werewolf is the wild, substituting for all other symbols apart from the scatter and the gold coin. Five wilds will net you a 1,000 coin payout.
There's plenty on offer in the features department, including 2 randomly triggered base game bonuses. First up is the Mystery Coin feature. If the coin appears in reel 1 and a werewolf wild hits anywhere on the reels, you'll trigger a random cash bonus which can range from anywhere between 2 and 40 times your total stake.
Next is the Claw Swipe feature. Also triggered randomly, the werewolf's claw can scratch between 1 and 5 five symbols and turn them into wilds. There will then be another consideration and hopefully another payout.
Three or more full moon scatter symbols will trigger the free spins round – known as The Werewolf’s Touch Bonus. Three scatters will get you 7 free games, four will provide 14 with 28 on offer if you trigger the feature with five scatters.
During the feature, the wilds turn contagious - any policeman, lady or gentleman touching the werewolf will turn into contagious wilds too. The wilds keep on coming until there's nobody contagious in touching distance. You can trigger even more free spins here too so hope to see those scatters.
The Claw Swipe and free spins features are the best chance of securing a decent win. Though not as volatile as some Aristocrat slots, the variance in Werewolf Wild is on the high side of medium so expect some lean spells with the occasional biggie. If werewolves are your thing, the exclusive NetEnt-produced Mr Green Moonlight is worth playing as to is Full Moon Fortunes by Ash Gaming.