Piggy Payout is a farmyard-themed 5-reel slot game that gives you a barn full of ways to win, complete with 25 pay lines and a whole host of animal-themed combinations that might be your next big payout. Created by Eyecon, these colorful slots are framed against a sheep enclosure, adding a bit more character than some other generic slots that don’t try to stand out.
As with all slot games, there’s quite a wide range of symbols you can land on, ranging from a selection of animals (dogs, roosters, cows, pigs, and sheep) and other farm-themed items like windmills and sunflowers, as well as the letters A, K, J, and Q. This makes each line clearly distinct and easy to identify at a glance.
As you’d expect, some of these symbols have special effects. The Windmill acts as a substitute for anything but Pig or Sheep symbols, which in turn act as scatter symbols. There’s also a Wild symbol that doubles your payout, and you can win free spins (as well as extra payout money) by getting at least three Pig Symbols on-screen.
Sheep symbols are similar, activating the Pick Prize feature that can give you multiple chances to get up to 100x your bet. Each sheep you get adds another chance to pick, meaning that you’ll always have at least three chances of getting a big bonus. Both the Sheep and Pig bonuses can be re-triggered multiple times in one playing session, so you never know when luck might bring them your way again.
The Max Bet, Bet up and Bet Down buttons can be used to alter how much you’re betting, ranging from 1 – 50 credits (specifically, 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 10, 14, 20, 25, 30, 40 or 50). You can also select how many lines you’ll be playing with the similar Max Lines, Lines Up and Lines Down buttons, meaning that you’re only dealing with a handful of buttons and don’t need to fiddle with extra options.
There’s also an Auto Play button that lets you play up to 100 games automatically, saving you from having to keep placing the same bet over and over again. Occasionally, there’ll be a Gamble Bonus round which allows you choose between two cows, one of which can double your winnings –it only ends when you choose to take the win or hit the maximum limit.