Among the special features we find free spins and win multipliers.
This game is available both for desktops and mobile devices.
Examples of symbols that can show up on the reels when we play Snowmania:
- Candy canes in a stocking
- Gingerbread man
- Christmas cracker
- Santa’s hat
- The snowman’s nose (carrot)
You always play with all 20 paylines active on Snowmania.
You can adjust the coin value.
Autoplay is available, up to 1,000 spins.
Ice wild, re-spins and win multipliers
The powerful Ice Wild can substitute for any regular symbol, but not for the scatter symbol. In the base game, it can appear on reels two, three and four.
If a winning combination is formed with the help of an Ice Wild, the winning symbols are crushed (after payout) and give room for new symbols on the screen, giving you a new chance to win.
For the first crush, a 2x multiplier become active. If a second crush occurs right after the first, the win multiplier increases to 3x, and so on. The largest possible win multiplier is 5x.
You need three scatter symbols to start the free spins rounds.
First successful payline = you get a 3x win multiplier. The second one = 6x multiplier. The third one = 15x multiplier.
The RTP for Snowmania is 96.4 percent.
Did you know…?
- Christmas crackers are very popular in the former British Empire, especially in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, Ireland, and – of course – the UK. When the Christmas cracker is pulled open, a chemically impregnated card strip inside the cracker makes a small “bang”.
- In the Bible, there is a story about how the newborn baby Jesus was visited by shepherds. The shape of the candy cane is an allusion to the shepherd staffs carried by them.
- In the old Celtic culture, the European holly (Ilex aquifolium) was believed to ward off evil spirits.
- According to legend, gingerbread was brought to Europe in 992 AD by the Armenian monk Gregory of Nicopolis. While living in France, he thought French Christians how to make gingerbread.
- The current record for largest snowman was set in 2008 in Bethel. Maine, United States. The snowman built there was 122 feet and 1 inch in height (37.21 meters) and named after Olympia Snowe, the U.S. Senator representing the state of Maine.