Do you remember the story of Chicken Little? This was a big favorite when I was young, but I never thought there would be a slot game based on that story. However, there is, and you will see some of the characters in the game appearing as you spin the reel set.
So, is this a game worth playing for a while, or is the title the best thing about it? We played it for a bit to check out what it can offer you.
Reels and lines
This is a basic game with three reels and just a single payline in play.
$10 is the top-value coin for this game, but you can play it as a simple penny slot if you like. You can also play up to three coins on the line, which means you open the chance for a bigger prize if you win anything.
Chicken Little special icons
Bar symbols are great, because any combination of three secures you a prize. Chicken Little is the highest-valued symbol, because three of these secure the jackpot. A one-coin bet will return a 1,000-credit prize, whereas a two-coin bet will give you a 2,000-credit prize. But if you bet three coins on the line and three Chicken Littles showed up, well… you can look forward to receiving a massive 4,000 credits for your trouble.
One other thing worth mentioning is that Chicken Little is the wild and can replace all other symbols in the game. One appearing as part of a winning line will double the usual amount you’d get for that, too.
Are there any bonus features in Chicken Little?
No scatters or bonus icons to be found here, and no free spins or bonus elements can be found either. That’s normal for a three-reel slot though.
Download and play the Chicken Little slot today
The simple yet appealing graphics in this game elevate it above what it could have been without their presence. It’s not too simplistic, but it does feature the famous acorn that led Chicken Little to fear the sky was falling in on his head. Poor thing! You won’t mind seeing three acorns on the payline though, because that would mean you get some credits for a win.
This enjoyable little game does more than just pass the time. Will it prove to be a favorite three-reel game for you?