Naughty or Nice: Spring Break
Remember Naughty or Nice? RTG has come up with a sequel here called Naughty or Nice: Spring Break. The original game was a Christmas-themed slot, so the spring break element of this one might make you think we're worlds away from that here.
That's not true though, because Santa does still pop up as you begin to play. He's not working hard since it isn't Christmas Eve. However, he does seem to be enjoying some great downtime, doesn't he?
Reels and win lines
Five reels are provided for us to play on, with 30 lines popping up as well.
You can play at a penny a line if you wish. Other coin values are supplied, going up to 25 cents on each line. If you wish to ensure the Feature Guarantee option is switched on, make sure your bet aligns with that as per the paytable.
Special icons in Naughty or Nice: Spring Break
The Naughty Girl and the Nice Girl appear again here, each behaving in a truly wild way on the reels! Good news for you, of course. The girls both replace all other icons appearing in a spin. There is just the usual exception, and that is the scattered game logo.
Bonuses to hunt for
Find three logos and you can choose one of two free spins features. Will you go for Naughty Girl Free Games or the Nice Girl Free Games?
Naughty means you get 10 free games with the Naughty Girl replacing the Nice Girl wild. Every prize is tripled in value too. Reel three may go wild and the Naughty Girl also substitutes for scatters and turns those wild too.
If you choose the Nice option, 12 free games are given to you. Prizes are doubled in value here, with grouped wilds making frequent appearances in lieu of a bigger multiplier. However, the multipliers you do get could go way higher, up to 500x your prize at most.
Download and play the Naughty or Nice: Spring Break slot game today
We would suggest playing the two free spins features in turn when you trigger them. They each have their own charm, bringing you the chance to enjoy some awesome gaming in this festive summertime slot. Yes, that description does apply in this case! It's worth following Santa on his travels, that's for sure.