Chicken Drop slot REVIEW
Chicken Drop ReviewWe just reviewed a farm-themed grid slot from Pragmatic Play yesterday, namely the somewhat similar Fruit Party 2. Chicken Drop, however, comes with a humorous streak in the form of a rather manic and big-eyed hen on the right-hand side. She is instrumental in the Progressive Egg Drop feature, and she’ll also help you keep score of the size and multiplier value of each egg.
The visual presentation is bright and idyllic, and the redneck soundtrack will get you in the mood for a good ole’ moonshine barn dance. Building up the size and value of the Mystery Egg is what this game is all about, and when it drops it transforms all underlying symbols into a randomly selected matching symbol. A single cluster payout of 1,000x your stake is also possible without any egg or multiplier action, so things can certainly get interesting when the egg is boosted.
Chicken Drop Slot - Reels Screen
Chicken Drop Slot Features
Every win triggers the Tumble feature, which removes all winning symbols from the grid. This creates a gap that’s filled with existing and/or new symbols dropping down from above, and the process goes on as long as you keep landing new winning clusters.
The Progressive Egg Feature is triggered whenever you land a 4-leaf clover or watering can symbol anywhere in sight. The watering can increase the size of the egg symbol that will drop later, and the egg can be as big as 6x6. The 4-leaf clover on the other hand, increases the multiplier value from x2 up to x10 at the most.
At the end of a tumble sequence, the egg drops to a random marked position, turning all symbols involved into a random matching symbol. If this leads to a win, the payout will be boosted by whatever multiplier value you’ve managed to rack up. The hen on the right-hand side holds up a sign that shows your egg size and multiplier progress, and everything resets once the tumble sequence is over.
You trigger the Bonus Round whenever you land 4, 5 or 6 scatters anywhere in view, and this awards 10, 15 or 20 free spins, respectively. Any Egg upgrades from the base game are carried over into the bonus round, and the Egg attributes don’t reset during the feature.
You'll benefit from an Egg drop at the end of every tumble sequence, and it lands on randomly selected marked areas on the grid. Landing 4+ scatters anywhere awards +5 extra spins, and there is no cap on the number of retriggers you can get. Non-UK players can purchase the bonus round from the in-game menu for 100x the total stake.
The 200 Spins Chicken Drop Slot Experience
We have included a couple of longer Egg upgrade sequences from the base game, before the bonus round is triggered at 2:34 into the 6-minute highlights video. These are well worth a watch, as they give you a good impression of what the base game is capable of. See how it all played out by hitting the play button below.
The Progressive Egg system Pragmatic Play has come up with in Chicken Drop is kind of clever. They tend to avoid falling for the temptation of simply copying Play’n Go’s grid slot system, where symbol collection triggers modifiers. It can be hard to get into longer tumble sequences where the egg and/or multiplier grows significantly in the base game, but this is to be expected in a highly volatile game.
This all changes in the bonus round however, as you’ll now get an Egg drop at the end of each spin sequence, and the Egg attributes don’t reset between spins. This can lead to very exciting moments to the tune of 5,000x your stake, although your chance of that is 1:4,166,667. This is significantly lower max win chances than Pragmatic’s somewhat similar Fruit Party duo, not least the first one in the series.
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Chicken Drop Slot FAQs
What is the Return to Player of Chicken Drop?
The game comes with 3 RTP settings: 96.50 %, 95.51 % and 94.53 %. Follow the link to learn more about adjustable RTP ranges.
How volatile is Chicken Drop?
This is a highly volatile game for sure, and it scores 5 out of 5 on Pragmatic Play’s own scale.
What is the biggest win possible?
You can win up to 5,000x your stake, which is a fairly standard max win from this developer. The max win probability is 1 in 4,166,667.
How does the Progressive Egg feature work?
Landing 4-leaf clovers and watering cans upgrade the Egg size (up to 6x6 at the most) and the Egg multiplier (up to x10 at the most). Everything resets between tumble sequences. The Egg drops at the end of tumbles, turning a number of symbols into matching symbols.
Is there a free spins mode in Chicken Drop?
Yes, you can win up to 20 free spins for starters, and each spin comes with an Egg drop at the end. The egg attributes don’t reset between spins in the bonus round, and non-UK players can purchase the feature for 100x the stake.
How does the Cluster Pays engine work?
You win by landing clusters of between 5 and 37+ matching symbols, and 37+ of the top-tier Strawberry symbol is worth 1,000x your stake.
Can I play Chicken Drop Slot for free?
Yes, you can always try the free Chicken Drop demo game at the very top of this page (UK players must verify age first). Up there, you’ll also find plenty of casinos that carry this title, something our scan has confirmed