Coyote Moon Slot Machine
Coyote Moon is one of many IGT slots initially presented at land-based casinos and later made available to anybody who owns a computer and has access to the internet. While this development path normally implies visual simplicity, gameplay can be equally exciting and rewarding as with titles designed specifically for the virtual gaming arena.
This one is, for example, willing to deliver more than 200 Free Spins which can keep you going for ages while not making any dent in your budget. Read on to see what else is available and decide whether the game is worth a spin or two.
You’ll need to land 3+ of any symbol to receive a payout, unless Wild game logo helps out when you’re a symbol or two short of a winning combination. Each time it does its job, coyote howling will celebrate the event. Wilds will occasionally appear stacked, which is always a nice extra, and the only icon they can’t replace is the game’s Scatter.
The latter is depicted as an Ancient Singing Coyote willing to make appearance only on the second, third and fourth reel. Three or more will launch the Rising Moon Free Spin Bonus which initially awards 5 free games but can potentially deliver far more. All you need to do is keep landing triggering combinations and see additional spins stack up, hopefully to a maximum of 255 rounds played without asking for any additional investment.
To be perfectly honest, this is your only hope of making profit worth mentioning. Base game wins might keep you afloat for a while but will assuredly not make you rich. Prepare to be patient as the bonus round is not all that easy to activate.
Once on a Free Spin frenzy, however, you’ll get to enjoy the added benefit of extra stacked Wilds which facilitate more frequent and bigger payouts.
Coyote Moon is optimised for mobile play and therefore accessible even when away from your desktop. Betting range starts at somewhat high €0.40 per spin and goes up to €200, which is rather typical for IGT titles. The RTP of between 92.5% and 94.8%. is a bit on a low side.
So, what do we think? IGT frequently creates clones of their popular titles and in this case you’ll notice that Coyote Moon shares a lot of similarities with (slightly more popular) Wolf Run.
True to the philosophy “if ain’t broken, why fix it”, the developer presents multiple versions of the same and offers us to pick based on the theme and visuals rather than gameplay. Still, there are plenty of players out there who’ll appreciate simple gameplay and hundreds of free spin opportunities, and one has to acknowledge Coyote Moon is a very playable title capable of dishing out decent rewards.
Coyote Moon in Vegas
Coyote Moon is actually quite popular in Vegas and I have played it many times over the past few years. It is not quite as popular as some of the other games made by IGT, but it is still a big hit and you are sure to see it, if you have a good look around.
There is something about Coyote Moon slots that I find, put me into almost a trance like state when I play. I think it's the sounds that play in the background when you spin the reels, combined with the animal noises - have a spin and see what you think.