Chibeasties Compared: Sequel More Eventful Than Original

Publish: 09.04.2017

Yggdrasil has decided to treat us all with a sequel to their highly popular Chibeasties online slot and our team has decided to compare it to the original title and see if our claim from the Slotfather is true.

Can Sequel top the original?

One example doesn’t make a rule, but it can hardly be eyed as an anomaly either. When it comes to Chibeasties, we are rather sure that the newest version of this game brings significant improvements to the original title.

The 2015 version feature only one special feature, which used to be triggered by landing three Scatters.

  • Three Scatters are worth 10 free spins
  • Four Scatters give you 20 free spins
  • Five Scatters bring 40 free spins

Before the free spins actually start rolling, a symbol will be chosen by random and expanded to enhance the winning potential and boost your chances of landing a win.

Chibeasties 2 is the Real Deal

Once again, Yggdrasil comes forward with similar free-spin bonus which will reward you with 7, 15 and 30 complimentary rounds.

However, the real fun is in the Wild Realms special feature which gets you to choose from a realm – a playing mode – in which Wild symbols will act differently.

Mirroring Realm – Wilds landed during this playing mode are mirrored across an axis to give you plenty of more options of landing a win.

Spreading Realm – boasts Wilds which will randomly create up to four extra Wilds across the playing grid

Teleporting Realm – moves the Wild to wherever it will create a big and significant win with the rest of the symbols.

Expanding Realm – It is quite self-explanatory as a wild landing here will expand to cover entire reels and thus provide you with a significant boost for the chances of winning.

There is a big twist to the four-mode playing system as there is a Combo Wild option waiting for the luckiest of players. The Combo Wild will add extra wilds to the reels and will at the same time enhance your Willing potential.

Better than the original, right?