After releasing OMG! Kittens, WMS is back for another round of super cutesy animal-themed action in OMG! Puppies. The design in this 5 reel, 50 payline video slot is as twee as you’d expect. There’s a decent bonus round on offer though that awards up to 50 free spins and multipliers that can top 10x. Play on your PC, tablet or mobile from between 50p and £100 per spin.
The design in OMG! Puppies is very schmaltzy. Joining the lower value doggy biscuit, leash, bowl and fire hydrant are 3 puppies who go by the names of Lady, Coco and Spike. They always appear fully stacked.
Payouts of 2, 4, 8 or 20 times your stake are on offer if you find 2, 3, 4 or 5 of the same puppy on adjacent reels, starting from reel 1. You’ll receive 2, 5 or 10 times your stake if you land a combination of different puppies. Appearing on reels 2 to 5 only is another puppy called Maxx who is the game’s wild. Puppy symbols that land on reel 5 can come with a multiplier of 2, 3, 5, 10 or even 100x attached.
Fill reels 1, 2, 3 and 4 with puppy symbols plus the OMG symbol on reel 5 and you’ll trigger the OMG! Free Spins Bonus feature. The number of free spins, multipliers and cash bonus awarded varies depending on the combination of puppies that landed on the triggering spin.
You’ll receive a minimum of 5 free spins. Land 4 of the Lady symbol on the triggering spin and that increases to a total of 50. Land 4 of the Spike symbol on the triggering spin and you’ll receive the minimum of 5 free spins but the multiplier is a massive 10x. Coco awards bonus prizes of between 1 and 8 times your total bet.
You could land a combination of all 3 symbols on the triggering spin which deliver a little of everything. For example, land 2 Lady symbols, 1 spike and 1 Coco and you’d receive 15 free spins with a 2x multiplier and a 1 times bet bonus.
The feature has the potential to be a good one with payouts of up to 1,000 times your bet available on every free spin. We couldn’t get past the sickly-sweet design and theme though. Dog lovers will no doubt enjoy OMG! Puppies. Despite the potential on offer in the feature, it’s not one for us.