Untamed Giant Panda
Part of Microgaming’s ‘Untamed’ series, this slot is set in the heart of China as a bunch of cuddly black and white bears get on with life amongst the bamboo shoots. Can you unlock one of the exciting bonuses and spin your way to a big win?
Untamed Giant Panda
Take a trip to China's steamy bamboo forests
Game Type: Slot Game
Payout: 96% - 97%
Available on Mobile: ×
Available on Desktop: ✔︎
UK Compliant: ✔︎
Why You Should Play Untamed Giant Panda
If you have previously played Untamed Bengal Tiger or Untamed Wolf Pack, you will be familiar with the setup of this game and find it very easy and enjoyable to play. Using Microgaming’s ‘243 ways to win’ pay structure and offering several bonus features, it is a slot that has the potential to deliver some great prizes to players. The difference between the games is the theme, and Untamed Giant Panda takes place in the lush bamboo forests of China. Symbols include a tree-covered mountain scene and various panda images.
How to Play
You can control how much you want to stake on each spin by using the +/- bet arrows, while hitting the 'Bet' button itself will also give you the option to change the coin size and number of coins. You can bet anywhere from £0.30 to £45. All you have to do to start the game is press 'Spin', or tap 'Auto Play' to spin up to 150 times automatically.
The game’s logo is the Wild symbol, and it substitutes for other symbols apart from the panda’s eye to form winning combinations.
Collect A Wild
Underneath each of the five reels are four small boxes. Each time a Wild symbol appears, a box will be filled. Once all four boxes are full, the reel will turn completely wild and you receive four free spins.
The panda’s eye is the Scatter symbol and you receive ten free spins if you can land three or more anywhere on the reels. Any Wild you land during this phase will also stay locked in place for the duration of the free spins.
Following each win, you get the opportunity to gamble. Rather than a standard, playing-card style gamble, you get to adjust a circular dial to try and increase the value of your latest payout. If three-quarters of the dial is shaded ‘Win’ for example, you are more likely to win your gamble, but there would be less of a reward. If most of the dial is set to ‘Lose’, the spin of the dial is less likely to settle into a winning position, but you would win a larger prize.