Gorilla Slot Free Play

Gorilla Slot Free Play

Gorilla is a relatively new 5 reel video slot. It features 50 lines, which is not very common with Novomatic. Most of their popular slots, Book of Ra Deluxe, Sizzling Hot, etc are 9/10 liners. Gorilla slot offers a nice African theme, wilds, scatters and Free Spins bonus with extra wilds.

We couldn’t find any official data on the expected RTP of this game, but you can check our list of Best paying Novomatic slots online.

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Look & Feel

In terms of the general feel, Gorilla slot looks more like Microgaming or Rival slot, then something developed by Novomatic.

The symbols of Gorilla slot are all taken from the African surrounding. The Gorilla is the highest paying symbol of the game. If you get 5 of those in line you will win x1,000 your bet per line. It can also come stacked and cover the whole reels, which will get you the biggest jackpot of the game of x50,000!

 

Gorilla Slot Paytable

Gorilla Slot Paytable

Other high paying symbols are two birds, followed by two flowers. Golden Mask if the wild symbol and Africa map is the scattered.

Free Spins

To trigger the free spins you will need to get 3 Africa scatters on reels 1,2 and 3. You will be given 10 free games. The good part is that with each spin, an extra wild is added on reels 2, 3, 4 or 5.

This bonus can be retriggered only once more and only for 5 free spins.

How to Play

Choose the number of paylines from 1 to 50
Set the bet per line, from 1 to 50
Click Start or Autoplay to spin the reels
After a win, you can collect your winnings or try to double up using the Gamble feature.

Gorilla Slot Free Play was last modified: July 28th, 2019 by Mark Cesley