Cheeky Cheshire, takes players on a crazy ride in search of big win bonus features
Green Jade Games is taking players on a trippy Alice in Wonderland ‘esque’ adventure in Cheeky Cheshire, the latest slot to leave its production line.
The game uses a 5×3 reel matrix with 10 paylines and a selection of features including Random Wilds and Free Spins that can deliver wins so big, players might go as mad as a hatter.
Green Jade has really focused on the mobile UX with Cheeky Cheshire delivering a totally different experience when played from smartphone or tablet.
The reels take a 3×5 format and the game is played in portrait mode with the reels spinning from right to left to make players feel like they are tumbling down the rabbit hole with every spin.
Regardless of whether being played from desktop or mobile, Cheeky Cheshire offers the same bonus features that are sure to have players grinning like the famous cat.
During the base game, Random Wilds (Cheshire Cat symbol) can drop at any time to increase the chance of players landing win combinations.
Three or more Clock Scatter symbols trigger the Free Spins bonus with 10 Free Games awarded. If Wilds land while the bonus is playing out they become Sticky for the duration of the feature.
Players can also buy the bonus in markets where it is permitted to be offered, allowing them to guarantee at least three Scatters will land to trigger the Free Spins.
Green Jade’s design team has done an incredible job of capturing the spirit and essence of the iconic Alice in Wonderland tale in a crazy and colourful slot.
Cheeky Cheshire sits at the mid-to-high end of the volatility scale, has a return to player of 96.27% and a total hit frequency of 25.26%.
Mark Taffler, Chief Commercial Officer at Green Jade Games, said: “We listen to our customers, and we know that in most casinos the majority of play is done on Mobile. We hear a lot about a mobile centric approach, and we have worked very hard to give players something fresh and exciting. We want them to experience both Mobile and Desktop highlighting the UX differences- we are very proud of both versions.”