You might be a long way away from Christmas time, but that does not mean that it’s not a good time to get into the Christmas spirit. You can do just that in a zany way with Return of the Rudolph which, as you probably imagined, refers to the lovable reindeer that is the subject of so much lore related to the holiday. The theme of the slot is decidedly odd. It looks like Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer is angry for some reason (because the other reindeer used to laugh and call him names perhaps?) and he's out for a bit of payback. It does much more, however, than just offer up a nice theme. Indeed, the presentation here is solid but the gameplay is excellent!
Return of the Rudolph information
Do not be immediately put off by the presentation in this game that, admittedly, is not spectacular. The effects, graphics, and music are indeed all fairly average and the element of it that is missing the most oomph, so to speak, is the music, which is non-existent. On the plus side, the overall theme here is both unique and put together quite well. Santa’s toy factory in this one seems to be quite the crazy and fun place to hang out.
Now, let’s move to the relatively better part of Return of the Rudolph: the gameplay. Indeed, there is much here to make up for the presentation. Perhaps the most unique element is the selection of free spins features that you can enter if you have three or more of the thuggish looking Rudolph wild appear anywhere on screen. There are basically three bonuses – the Santa Strikes Back feature, the Rudolph’s Rampage feature, and the Rudolph’s Revenge feature – and they are all some form of a free spins bonus with various wilds, multipliers, and free spin numbers. Give the paytable a look for more information about this. There is also a stacked wild and a regular wild available during normal play.
How to play Return of the Rudolph
With the number of paylines here fixed at 50, there is even less work than usual here. Use the bet button to adjust the ante wager and then push “spin” to get the action started. That’s all there is to it!