Alchemist Edgar Woodart’s desire for wealth had him spending decades of commitment in his beloved laboratory. Now all time is lost and his obsession with gold has come to an abrupt end. With regrets, he stares into his stone fireplace, when suddenly, the mesmerizing flames come to life…
“I traded time for wealth, all time is lost. My life is spent, at the highest cost.
An eternity alone, my only friend is fire. I wonder if the flames can fulfill my desire?”
Miss Wildfire is a 6 reel 4 row flammable slot. It comes with fire spreading wilds, sticky symbol generating wilds, walking wilds, and a free spins bonus game with upgrading symbols.
Miss Wildfire is a flaming walking wild that walks all the way to the left while the reels respin. All Log symbols she touches in her path is set on Wildfire and become burning wilds. She also exists in the form of a Super Miss Wildfire symbol which keeps all unlit Logs sticky throughout the respins. The unlit Logs turning sticky increases the chances of Miss Wildfire setting them on fire, and gives great potential for massive payouts from big hits with burning wilds!
Miss Wildfire and Super Miss Wildfire can land at any time, in any spin!
The Wildfire feature turns Log symbols into wilds and is spread by adjacent Wild or Miss Wildfire symbols. It can also be spread by burning Logs.
Miss Wildfire is a Wildfire spreading wild that walks one step at a time, all the way to the left while the reels respin.
Super Miss Wildfire
Super Miss Wildfire is a super variant of Miss Wildfire, which not only spreads Wildfire but keeps all unlit Log symbols sticky throughout her walk.
The Free Spins bonus game is triggered by 3 or more bonus symbols and awards a minimum of 7 free spins. It starts with a set of up to 4 Miss Wildfire symbols, walking from the rightmost reel. During Free Spins, Logs are collected to fill up a gauge meter and level up. Each time the gauge meter is filled with Logs, a low-value symbol is upgraded to Log and one or more Miss Wildfire symbols appear to keep the bonus game going.
Fires may start by lightning strikes and other naturally occurring events. However, most wildfires are man-made. In fact, it’s estimated that over 80 percent of wildfires are caused by human errors such as unattended campfires and discarded cigarettes.