Did you ever read the Tom Sawyer books by Mark Twain? Maybe you saw the TV show based on those same books. Either way, you might want to check out this new slot from Bally Wulff, as it is inspired by these same two characters. The only question to ask now is whether it will inspire you as well…
The game is fixed with five reels, and it has 10 paylines to play.
The smallest amount you can bet on the slot is 10 cents, but that covers all the lines as you cannot deselect any of them. That means you’re playing a cent per line. You can increase your bet to $50 on all the lines, which makes it a $5 max line bet.
Tom Sawyer is the wild symbol in this game. There is only one symbol he can’t replace, and that is the scatter. It’s not Huck Finn either – instead, the symbol is a picket fence.
Yes, if you get three scatters appearing anywhere on your five reels in one spin, you can get a generous 12 free games to enjoy. If the wild Tom Sawyer appears during these spins, he will remain in place for the rest of the free rounds.
The one puzzle here is that the pay table shows Tom Sawyer and a plus sign next to a question mark. Could that mean there is another element to consider to this slot game when you get into those free games? There is only one sure way to find out the answer to that one.
One negative aspect of the game is that it doesn’t come with an autoplay feature. These are quite common so it’s a shame they haven’t added it.
On the other hand, you do get a gamble feature included. This triggers whenever you get a prize. You have to click collect to do just that, or you can choose to gamble what you’ve won. Be careful, though – that gives you a chance of losing whatever you just won, so it might be better to collect if you can!