King Tusk

King Tusk

Start the fanfare, because King Tusk has arrived at Pocket Fruity – and he’s offering YOU the chance to bag some elephantine wins! Join the Elephant King in his natural habitat, and see if you can find some regal wins lurking in the depths of the trees…


Not only is this game super fun and easy to play, but its also packed with exciting features to help you on your way to some red-hot wins. Keep your eyes peeled for Free Spins, Wilds and those cheeky Scatter symbols that activate your bonuses. It’s all going on in this slot – so step up and join the fun!

How To Play

The (+) and (-) buttons on your game panel allow you to increase/decrease your BET, whilst the SPIN button will begin your game. Rather sit back and enjoy the beautiful, regal surroundings? No problem – hit AUTOPLAY and the reels will spin automatically for a set number of spins, so you can put your feet up and enjoy the ride.

Free Spins

Everybody loves a good Free Spins feature, but the one in this game is extra-special. Not only can you bag 10 FREE SPINS, but you’ll be given a choice of 3 different bonuses:

  • Gone Wild Feature = All Elephant symbols are WILD
  • Stampede Feature = 2 Reels turn WILD
  • The Dance Feature = Wild Elephants dance on the reels, giving you up to 5 Sticky WILDS

Choose one of the above to accompany your 10 Free Spins. How do you trigger the bonus in the first place? Aim to get 3 King Tusk scatter symbols on your reels, and one of these juicy features could be yours! You can even re-trigger the bonus, so keep your fingers crossed for extra-special jungle treats!

Wild Rules

As you would expect from a slot that’s based on the King of the Elephants, this game is PACKED with Wilds. They can substitute for all symbols except the Scatter, and they may randomly expand into Stacked Wilds to give you some extra-special chances to nab a win! Good luck.

Return To Player

This game has a theoretical RTP of 96.2%, which means for every £100 staked, the expected return would be £96.20.

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