The reel spin on a yuletide backdrop with a house and trees covered in fairy lights with a snowy landscape behind it. Is this Mrs Claus’ gaff? Who knows? But the electricity bills must be enormous…
The soundtrack is a festive ditty that will make you feel Christmas cosy as you spin.
Simple yet effective.
Your high value icons are reindeer, foxes and owls plus Mrs Claus herself, of course. All these premium symbols are worth between 75x and 500x your bet for 5 in a row. Meanwhile, the lower paying icons are the 10, J, Q, K & A playing cards.
Mrs Claus’ Christmassy red book will act as your wild scatter symbol.
Book of Mrs Claus Game Play
Book Of Mrs Claus slot comes with 5 reels, 3 rows and 10 pay-lines. So Your traditional “Book of” setup and bang on the money with Ghost of Dead and other minimal pay-line games.
On Mrs Claus, bets start at a minimum of 0.10 coins per spin, up to the maximum bet of 25.00 – so there’s decent range for most players.
In terms of variance, the game is in the high category so keep an eye on your bank balance as you spin.
Hyperspins This cool extra feature allows you to re-spin each reel individually for a price. You can choose to hold certain reels and spin others on each go in the base game, and it can help you land extra scatters as a way to set off the bonus round. Sadly, players in the UK won’t be able to use this feature.
Free Spins Land 3x or more of the wild scatter icons anywhere on the reels and you’ll scoop 10 free spins ( 12 or 25 if you landed 4x or 5x scatters).
Before the round begins, a special Expanding Symbol will be picked at random, and as your spins take place they will expand to fill the entire reel.
If a premium icon gets picked as your Expanding Symbol, you’ll need 2x of them for the expansion to take place. If it’s a low-value symbol it will have to be a minimum of 3x.
There aren’t that many Xmas ‘Book Of…’ slots out there, which makes the Book of Mrs Claus slot pretty unique, and the addition of the HyperSpins gives it a bit of something extra. But that’s about it.
Spin if you’re feeling festive. If not, stick to the more interesting Egyptian versions…